Structure Lofts, San Diego

Structure Lofts began as a classic 1960s office building.

The building's concrete structure and glass facades made it an appealing candidate for conversion to loft apartments.

The apartments' open floor plans offer residents maximum flexibility in defining interior spaces.

Coffered concrete ceilings establish a strong visual rhythm overhead.

Kitchens occupy a single wall, minimizing their intrusion into the apartments' floor space.

The building's height and its broad expanses of glass yield impressive city views.

Exterior before renovation

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