All posts with tag:industrial style

In the 70s of the last century, the Monty Python comedy theater operated in England, which produced the rather popular show “Flying Circus”. So the group created their humorous sketches in their own studio in London, which was recently converted into a stunning residential loft. The loft space is simply incredible: an open living room…

This small loft is an oasis of stylish New York-like design in a classic home in the quiet heart of Stockholm. It occupies a ground floor premise of an old apartment building, which was originally designed for commercial purposes – hence the high ceilings with large display windows. Of course, the main decorative element of…

We’ve already featured many times old church buildings being converted into impressive living spaces. But all of them, as a rule, were located in Europe, and the lion’s share was in Scandinavia. But today we have an interesting exception – just take a look at this impressive Toronto loft, which is located in a former…

The fact that this loft with a mezzanine is located in Scandinavia can be understood already by the color scheme – calm pastel tones of gray predominate in the design. On the other hand, there are also some standard attributes of industrial space, particularly huge windows with metal frames, a black kitchen and high ceilings…

We post a lot here on the blog about old English cottages, perfectly preserved to this day. But this wonderful country is rich not only in Victorian and Georgian houses – here you can often find excellent examples of the reconstruction of non-residential buildings. Like this beautiful old farmhouse in Oxfordshire, now a lovely, cozy…

Industrial spaces often lack coziness and warmth, and this is exactly what the owners asked designer Emma Kirby to bring when they purchased this old barn in central England. The house needed to be the ideal country retreat for a large family, while maintaining the authentic characteristics and charm of the industrial architecture. Brick walls,…

High ceilings are one of the main highlights of industrial interiors, and in this loft in Amsterdam the height of the walls is a whopping 4.2 meters. Combined with huge floor-to-ceiling windows, this provides abundant daylight in the interiors. Besides, such space is ideal for creating additional mezzanine levels, which is what was done in…

When we hear ‘Townhouse in New York’, we usually imagine a beautiful historical red brick building, steps to the front door, beautiful large windows. But today we have a completely different case. From the street, this townhouse in Brooklyn can easily be confused with a garage – the one-story blue facade with a garage door…

Nicole Hollis approached this downtown New York loft project primarily as a work of architectural art. The former 19th-century industrial building left a stunning mark on the premises – unique features such as high vaulted ceilings, metal columns and original brickwork needed special treatment according to the designer. On the other hand, Nicole aimed to…

Concrete ceilings, metal floors, plywood cabinetry and large open spaces – you can study industrial design in this loft in London. Situated in one of the former wharf buildings next to the canal, it has all the necessary characteristics of this type of housing. The open concept and microcement floors create the feeling of an…