This Minimal Loft Inside a Converted Toronto Charm Has a Special Curved Surprise

A trip down the adaptive reuse path often means a tour through an abandoned warehouse or old industrial building that is not a modern home with some of the old quirks firmly intact. But the Pape Loft in Toronto is a bit different from the others. This is a stylish, minimal apartment unit sitting snugly inside a church a transformation that one would have to see to believe. A StudioAC project that not only puts space to sensationally good use, the home also revamped the lifestyle of its owners and ushered them towards a more minimal setting that encourages de-cluttering and smart usage of space.


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