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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.
Brian Patrick Flynn can burst into a building, round up a bunch of crazy flea market finds, add fabulous fabrics and lacquer and completely remake the place like a whirling dervish. Or a decor demon. You...
Becky Harris is a great interviewer....."Brian Patrick Flynn can burst into a building, round up a bunch of crazy flea market finds, add fabulous fabrics and lacquer and completely remake the place like a whirling dervish. Or a decor demon."
There are wonderful images of this 920-square-foot Atlanta loft in a former milk factory where Brian lived previously.
A take away thought from Brian:
What is your biggest design pet peeve? My biggest designer pet peeve has to be sticks thrown into a tall vase and shoved in a corner. What the hell is that?
Villefranche Sur Mer, France on the French Riviera
The water cleaning station dates back to the early 1900's and was in use until the 1970's. The exposed pipework is evident all around the home and the giant metal artifacts contrast sharply with the elegance of the contemporary furnishings.
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This is a very interesting conversion of a space with extreme industrial elements. It is anything but "raw" even the huge pipes have a beautiful sculptural appearance in this setting. The water cleaning station dates back to the early 1900's and was in use until the 1970's. The exposed pipework is evident all around the home and the giant metal artifacts contrast sharply with the elegance of the contemporary furnishings. The modern furnishings and wonderful minimal use of accessories make this space quite memorable. Check out the bathroom...probably my favorite room. Designer: Bernadette Jacques
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.
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.
London has been an inspiring architectural design scene to which New Zealand-born, London-based architect William Tozer recently added a fascinating co
Another great conversion in London! This home is very connected to it's past life as an industrial space. It has honored the raw concrete components and pipes in the design. The concrete actually makes a stronger statement in contrast to the lovely wood finnishes on the floors and doors. White walls showcase the hip and cool art choices. Overall, the incredible views of the London skyline and very modern, minimalist amenities help to create a wonderful #rawandreal home.
This large apartment loft in Barcelona gets a massive renovation that incorporates the original building details along with modern conveniences.
Innovative lighting...cool interpretaion....Each space, or vessel, has a customized lighting system above it indicating that space for a specific use. They call them “Lighting Carpets,” used much like a floor rug, to warm up each space and to define it.
The walls and ceilings were taken back to their original brick form, leaving electrical work exposed. It adds to the charm.
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