Many of us aspire to an organized life, but for those living in open lofts, it’s the only way to stay sane. Nine hundred square feet for a family of four never seemed so airy and spacious as in this Paris loft of a former manufacturing warehouse by Septembre Architecture. With the perimeter of the space lined with multi-functional cabinetry, there’s a place for everything, leaving the open quarters super organized and clutter free. The apartment has one large, open, multi-functional space for living, cooking, and dining. Glass-and-metal partitions and doors allow natural light—and the sense of openness—to flow into the bedrooms. The interior is modern and very functional, done in a laconic color scheme of black, light-colored wood and white, and right accents and light colors make the loft look even more spacious.