Loft Tour: Sparse Space in the Windy City
In Chicago’s Greektown neighborhood lives Swedish-born photographer Andreas Larsson, who moved to the US more than ten years ago to attend photography school in Miami. Since then, he’s traveled internationally on assignment, but calls his loft in Chicago “home.”
Larsson has a low tolerance for clutter, preferring simple, stark minimalism. He draws inspiration from the “Danish Modern” movement and names Grete Jalk, Arne Jacobsen, and Hans Wegner as favorites.
Slightly more than 1,000-square-feet in size, Larsson chose a few modern pieces to decorate his space, creating a tranquil environment that’s as much about the bones of the loft as it is about the particular items that fill it.
For more on Larsson, visit his website: Andreas Larsson Photography