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This small but sleek bamboo entertainment area connects directly to the kitchen (far right) in this loft overlooking the San Diego airport. David Brandsen
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This bamboo kitchen highlites a loft overlooking the San Diego airport and downtown. Silestone countertops, glass tile splash with highlights, stainless steel appliances, antique italian pendant lights, and a cantilevered island top all make this small kitchen beautiful. Photo: David Brandsen
“my layout” — ybutts1
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This bamboo kitchen highlites a loft overlooking the San Diego airport and downtown. Silestone countertops, glass tile splash with highlights, stainless steel appliances, antique italian pendant lights, and a cantilevered island top all make this small kitchen beautiful. Photo: David Brandsen
“LOVE IT!!!!!” — 911nautilus
Downtown Loft
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hanging glass pullman on glass tile, with green stone shower and heavy glass shower doors beyond.
Downtown Loft
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Due to zoning issues, the owners of this loft overlooking the airport were not allowed to put any posts or supports underneath, but they were allowed to build the deck! With that in mind, the engineer designed a steel frame deck that was supported solely by bolting 4 large welded steel plates to the building in 4 separate locations on the masonry walls. The result is the smal...More
Downtown Loft
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Due to zoning issues, the owners of this loft overlooking the airport were not allowed to put any posts or supports underneath, but they were allowed to build the deck! With that in mind, the engineer designed a steel frame deck that was supported solely by bolting 4 large welded steel plates to the building in 4 separate locations on the masonry walls. The result is the smal...More
Downtown Loft
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Due to zoning issues, the owners of this loft overlooking the airport were not allowed to put any posts or supports underneath, but they were allowed to build the deck! With that in mind, the engineer designed a steel frame deck that was supported solely by bolting 4 large welded steel plates to the building in 4 separate locations on the masonry walls. The result is the smal...More
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