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See how to make a loft space work for the family

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Inside the Crosstown loft designed by Campos/Leckie. High density downtown living for a family - as an alternative to the suburbs - and an innovative use of space.

Photos by John Sinal

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The winding staircase which spans three levels – including a generous 500-square-foot roof deck – became the natural focal point for the renovation of the Crosstown loft.

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When purchased, the loft was in a derelict condition.

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The children's bedroom is open-concept. The entire loft space was designed to be as open as possible, with sliding panels in lieu of walls.

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The sliding panels make the children's room cosier at night time.

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Another sliding panel can shut off the nursery.

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The master bedroom.

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