A true industrial Loft is another matter!
The word #loft itself has a foreign origin and literally translates from English as "attic", "apartment upstairs". The idea of using abandoned factories, warehouses, workshops and manufactories for housing is not new, its roots stretch back to the 40s and have American origins.
In America, in the 40s, production began to move outside the cities, so vacated warehouses, abandoned factories, workshops began to be equipped for living quarters. Most often, such premises were occupied by people of creative professions, where they spent not only their personal time, but also their exhibitions and presentations. When the rent increased, these premises began to be occupied by richer people: businessmen, politicians, bankers. And they brought new details, expensive furniture, decor and equipment to the interior. It was from this time that the loft began to firmly enter into fashion in the interior.