Shabby chic is one of the top trends today, and this loft in the 1882 building is done in that style with some rustic and bohemian touches. The interior is very elegant, with lots of wood and calm pastel colors. The room has its own personality: exposed pipes (especially the one painted red with a large valve), wooden floors, wooden poles and paint worn over time, the massive sliding door, the piano. Outside there is a sun-drenched terrace ideal for sunbathing and alfresco dining. In fact, this is a perfect place for any creative or unconventional person to dream, get inspired, and create something great.