This loft in Zurich was converted from industrial to residential back in the 80s and has not been refurbished since then. The architect Daniel Taddey, who undertook the alteration, had an important task: to make the room as bright as possible, even on the second floor, where there are no windows. Therefore, it was decided to make the bathroom transparent by enclosing it in a glass cube. It was decided to make a small space of the floor, under which the kitchen is located, to be made of glass and completely transmitting light. The color scheme is modest here: white, black, gray and noble red. Well, what does Chanel have to do with it, you ask? So: during the creation of the project, the architect jokingly said that the installation of glass panels and windows with black frames was inspired by the famous black and white suits of Chanel. But in every joke there is only a fraction of a joke, the interior turned out to be as elegant and strict as the style of the famous fashion designer. Perfectly!