Lofty design goals.
This loft library and reading nook.
Part of a $22-million penthouse that occupies the top two stories of the Dietz Lantern Building in Tribeca, New York.
This loft solarium in a converted warehouse apartment.
Photo: Andrew Franz Architect
This loft lounge and office with 20-foot windows.
This 435-square-foot micro-loft with a garage door window wall.
Photos: Broadhurst Architects
It has a retractable window wall!
This bedroom with a loft closet.
And this closet with a loft.
This fancy loft studio space for the definitely-not-starving artist.
This dreamy tree house loft.
This bachelor pad loft.
This multi-purpose loft space with a bed and a bathtub.
This penthouse loft with a retractable window wall and bridge balcony.
This solid concrete loft common room.
Photo: Terra E Tuma
From Brazilian architecture firm Terra E Tuma. More info and images here.
This bedroom/bathroom loft in a converted church.
And this loft apartment in an old radio engineering factory.
Located in Vilnius, Lithuanian. Designed by Inblun.
This in-home office with a suspended loft bed.
This loft room with a hammock floor.
This adorably tiny loft apartment.
This great room with a pretty great loft bridge.
This cozy loft cabin.
This circular loft bookshelf.
Photo: Travis Price Architects