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SHED Makes 1310 East Union Building Loft More Cohesive

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This 1,702-square-foot Capitol Hill loft in the 1310 East Union Building recently got a complete makeover courtesy of SHED Architecture & Design and they're ready to show it off. So what did they change? The young couple who live there weren't happy with the exposed entry way, lack of storage and oversized hallway that left no place to hide. They wanted to add functional elements to the space that blended with the building's original palette of concrete floors, zinc plated pan-decking ceiling, and blackened steel beams and railings. SHED came in and went about artfully marrying the new additions with the original industrial construction using a palette of concrete, brick, stainless steel plate, blackened steel and mirror.

· Capitol Hill Loft Remodel [SHED]