Un loft à Milan. Le loft de l'architecte Marco Vido est à la fois son espace de travail et son lieu de vie. D'aspect minimal, il a conservé la plupart
A true study in contrasts..... This wonderful find in Milan is Architect Marco Vido’s workspace and living space. It is a space that proudly reflects it's industrial, raw, concrete walls, glazed windows, and original ceilings. Their are countless creative touches with large art and well chosen unique lighting. Many rooms assert a minimal decor aesthetic.Yes I do adore the bedroom space and what a beautiful photo!
The extreme modernism of the bathroom and the beauty and high functionality of the kitchen indicate their is no compromise in lifestyle to live in this interesting and visually pleasing space.
Architect Stephen Jolson is an expert in meshing architecture, interiors and landscapes into a holistic experience and his Melbourne home that we recently had the pleasure of photographing, is no …See the full story
Once an abandoned confectionary factory warehouse, now the original red brick industrial facade gives no hint to what lies inside, the interior is an unexpected oasis. Jolson’s dedication to detail and ability to bring nature, architecture and interiors together has resulted in a home that is not only sophisticated but artfully timeless. excerpts are from the original post....
In Alabama, a commercial building with a multifarious past begins a fresh chapter for a young family after a modern renovation.
Love, love, love....contrasting to the student apartments around Auburn University, this industrial space was built in 1920 as a mercantile space in a thriving African-American neighborhood during segregation.The building has since hosted several pool halls, a barbershop, a Baptist church, a few cab companies, several restaurants, and, rather dubiously, a “fish shop.”
When the Hills purchased the building, they were unaware of its backstory —it was merely a termite-infested plumbing storehouse with a promising brick-and-concrete exterior. “During construction our neighbors kept coming up and sharing stories about getting their hair cut here, or eating here when it was a cafe,” David says. “We realized we had to be a little more careful. This thing had a life, a more interesting life, than we had ever imagined. We kind of stepped back a little bit and didn’t do some of the architectural moves that we originally thought we were going to do.”
The story is very interesting and the journey of renovating this building had some important messages for anyone taking on a project like this.
Never forget In Victorian times, Tower Bridge was the gateway to London. Saffron, anise, tamarind and tea all passed along this stretch of the Thames before being tucked away in warehouses like Ivory House. This ...
In a former life this was a warehouse for spices and tea. Now it is a rental option in London's Tower Bridge neighborhood.
....curved windows, the high ceilings and exposed structure saturate the space with history....
Guess what...if you are visiting London you can rent this beautiful space!
Name: Cory Andreen Location: Mainzerstraße, Berlin-Neukölln Size: 240 square meters/2,583 square feet Years lived in: 2.5 years, rented Cory Andreen's large, shared loft in the Neukölln district of Berlin is at the top of what was originally a...
Wonderful kitty, great space....intro: a chemical factory during World War I, now a fully residential building, the space maintains its rugged industrial elements in its utilitarian flooring (sheets of glazed plywood), the large metal beam bisecting the main living space, and the industrial strength steel doors.
View a slideshow of ‘Ultimate collection of 49 industrial loft spaces’ and other San Diego interior decorating pictures.
This is an interesting collection of industrial loft spaces, a few that we have previously seen and many new ones to view. My personal preference is to maintain a strong connection between the original vibe and textures of the space while creating a home appropriate for modern living needs. Some of the lofts are too sweet and decorated for my likeing but I am a sucker for variety. Looking at all these differing approaches helps me to define my own unique point of view.
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Clearly, this is a very raw space! Located in Randwick, New South Wales, Australia, this space was used as a shed/factory. Influenced by the city of Tokyo where land is scarce and buildings are designed to fit onto very small parcels, the owners set out to design a new building within the fabric of the old factory that responded to the natural attributes of the building – Freestanding and north facing on its longest side, a double-height open interior, a rear lane, and the opportunity for vistas over established neighbourhood gardens.......this story is a great example of another extraordinary conversion......
Let me take you to New York, to Franklin Street in the Tribeca neighborhood. Among the lofts you can find here, here's a shabby chic, rustic and bohemian.
This Tribecca home was built in 1882. It is gifted with charm, abundant light, "joie de vivre", and comfort. How I would love to hang out and listen to music in this wonderful, airy space, or have a meal at the dining table and read the ever changing conversation on the chalk board.
There are some extraordinary columns, beams and pipes that the sparse decor allows to shine.
Thanks to Loft Addict: sorry no information, but super fun, especially the cat pillows, and miscellaneous commentary and art....
Industrial Interior Design: Den-Loft (The Perfect Man-Cave)
NORDES Design Group based in Minsk, Belarus, with branches in Moscow and Saint Petersburg have designed this awesome industrial interior design which they have called the 'Den-Loft'. They specialise in interior design, architecture and 3d visualization.
Eclectic loft designed by Danna B Interiors located at The Filing Station Lofts at Wynwood, Miami, Florida.
Get back to me on your favorite room....I am in love with the desk under the stairs....what about you?
This space is amazing and well executed. I am puzzled but could not determine the history of this lofty home....could be legit warehouse or wannabe, no matter, still fab. The windows, light, high ceilings, industrial vibe, modern classic furniture, rustic textured additions and shiny stainless elements, are just a few of the reasons I love this space.
Located at The Filing Station Lofts at Wynwood, Miami, Florida, this loft residence was designed by Danna B Interiors.
A facade made entirely of glass stands completely independently of the old structures, showing off their immense scale. http://archdai.ly/15n8iab —
The exquisite conversion of a rare ruin in Dusseldorf, "the reconversion was closely overseen by the administrative authorities, since this old factory in the city centre miraculously avoided damage during the many bombings of World War II." archdaily
ITN Architects converted this old industrial warehouse into two three-story apartments in Melbourne, Australia. Before the conversion the industrial space was used as a Technical College an ...
A beautiful conversion, almost too much of the original textures and elements missing. Of course my favorite rooms are those that give due respect to the industrial roots of the building. Leave a comment, I would like to hear your thoughts....PGMod
Their new headquarters is located in Wong Chuk Hang, a somewhat gritty industrial district on the south side of the island. This incredibly industrial driven building gave the company the opportunity to design a space that is a physical manifestation of who they are.
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