All posts with tag:industrial

This loft in Sydney is the perfect base for a young businessman who often travels between Sydney and Melbourne on a job. The home appeared on the site of a former warehouse and has wonderful architectural characteristics: high vaulted ceilings, open space, mezzanine bedroom. Designers, of course, left the original brickwork in the living room…

Bright walls, retro chest of drawers and warm atmosphere – almost nothing in the decor of this Stockholm apartment gives out the industrial past of the building, which used to be an old leather factory. Of course, the industrial spirit of the premises is still felt: the ceilings with a height of almost 4 m…

This beautiful modern apartment is part of a new residential complex in downtown Chicago, in which large windows and open floor plans are an important architectural feature. Studio Sven designed the home in a trendy industrial style that bachelors so often choose for their living. Concrete ceiling, black fragments of walls, open communications and metal…

The style that this Chicago home is designed in can be called loft-eclectic, as its owner mixed rather mottled objects and solutions in a purely industrial space with brick walls and open communications. And such a bold mix appeared here not by accident – the apartment belongs to the founder of Studio Seven, which decided…

New York is rich in all kinds of loft spaces since in the past many industrial buildings here found a new life and were turned into housing. Despite some similarities, each of these objects is unique and interesting in its own way. For example, this loft is located in the heart of the city in…

From the first glance at this bright loft in Manhattan, you understand that they love kids here. Although the space itself is completely white, colorful and playful details are placed throughout the home, including fanciful children’s drawings in frames (most likely the work of the little inhabitants). And the rest is of New York-style: open…

The more unusual the past of the premises, the more interesting is its present – this principle works great for homes in reconstructed non-residential buildings, which we often see in the Western countries. For example, this bright apartment appeared on the site of a former 17th-century brewery in Stockholm, and due to its excellent characteristics,…

Canadian architects from Ancerl Studio recently completed a project of two neighboring townhouses that look like one home from the outside. Both land plots were so small and narrow that it was decided to build each of the townhouses in the shape of a half of a whole house, as a result, now it’s not…

A huge industrial window on almost the entire wall, which is also the only one in the home – perhaps the main feature and most spectacular feature of this small loft in Stockholm. It was this window, as well as the high ceilings that determined the general design concept – loft elements here became a…

Italian Studio Officina 8A, like no one else, knows how to successfully combine modern design and classical architecture, because in their work they often deal with interiors in ancient historical buildings. In the design of this apartment in the heart of Turin, the designers did the seemingly impossible: they placed elements of industrial design in…