2021

Biscuit Loft
by OWIU (Only Way Is Up)

Justin Chung

Biscuit Loft is a Japanese-inspired apartment in Downtown LA's burgeoning Arts District.

Housed within the old Nabisco bakery building, the loft's interior architecture has been transformed from a tired loft space into a two-bedroom urban zen hideaway. OWIU's main goal was to avoid a cluttered scheme, as often happens in loft spaces, and create a homey environment for comfortable and practical everyday use. Maximising every inch, OWIU created additional quarters with distinct uses. The result merges Asian design principles with Southern California industrial edge and a comfortable living environment that inspires a thoughtful daily routine and mindful lifestyle.


This project has been longlisted in the apartment interior category of Dezeen Awards 2021.

Designer: OWIU (Only Way Is Up)
Project: Biscuit Loft

Sponsors

  • Dezeen Awards 2021 sponsor Longboard
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  • Norse Projects
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  • Dezeen Awards 2021 sponsor Tom Dixon
  • Kvadrat

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