Jirsa Loft designed apartment in downtown Des Moines, Iowa from fabric architecture. The client is a single doctor who loved city life, as well as the arts. The apartment is a stylish minimalist consists of bedroom, living and dining area, kitchen, media, work space, master bathroom, guest toilet, kitchen, laundry, guest room and powder.

Residential and restaurant closed AOS out, with views of skyscrapers in Rome in the West and North. Also, the bathrooms and the workspace as a partition in addition to the core of the AOS is positioned wall with thick Gallery. All interior design and furnishing are in elegant and minimalist design. Apartment design awesome view of the city looking to support, as well as artistic accessories.

Substance Architecture designed the Jirsa Loft in downtown Des Moines, Iowa. Apartment in downtown Des Moines was designed for a single doctor interested in fine art and urban living. Organizationally, the loft was conceived as a simple, linear volume containing the major public spaces (kitchen, dining, living, media, and bedroom) served by a series of smaller, more private spaces (laundry, master bath, office, powder room, pantry, and guest bath).

The public spaces were placed adjacent to the building‚ Äôs exterior, providing each with sweeping views of the city skyline to the north and west, while the private spaces were placed next to the building‚ Äôs core and separated from the main volume by a thick gallery wall.

A reductive tact was taken throughout. Mechanical systems were removed from the large volume and concealed above the ceiling of the private, core spaces to eliminate the resulting clutter. A ribbon of translucent panels both delineates the open volume and integrates lighting and sprinkler systems creating a simplified ceiling plane.