Adrian Amore Architects from Melbourne, Australia, showed that a modern dwelling can be seen as a sculpture. They designed this loft that blurs the line between habitation and installation. The interior and the colors are minimalist but there are a lot of accents made with shapes. Curvaceous and twisting, the staircase leads to first the sleeping level then rises to the rooftop terrace. But it’s not only the staircase that is accenting the space, the furniture is also very peculiar, of simple materials but with cool shapes. What I like about this design is that the loft looks spacious without being it and the sculptural approach to the interior gives it a character.