Found on RTEdgar the once forgotten and worn-out warehouse was turned into a multi-level home with a distinct industrial flair that pays tribute to the rich past of the structure. Exposed brick walls large glass windows with black steel frames and decor that complements the vintage aura of the home come together to shape a truly exceptional living area.
In fact it is in these lofty homes that modern industrial style first found its feet in neighborhoods such as Brooklyn and soon spread its wings across the planet. Located in a tranquil neighborhood of this exquisite loft-style home aims to bring a hint of this New York magic Down Under even while crafting a gorgeous residence that meets the needs of a modern family.
Do not be fooled by the name though as this secondary dwelling can be used by other members of the family as well and is often turned into a guest house or a home studio/office space. Located in the beautiful suburb of The Gap this lovely one-bedroom granny flat was designed by Baahouse + Baastudio.
Slip House in Brixton South London was designed by Carl Turner Architects. A strikingly contemporary inner city residence the home comprises three ‘slipped’ orthogonal box forms that cantilever towards the street.
It is cedar and stone that shape this grand holiday home spread across with hints of copper bringing metallic warmth to the interior. It is the cedar that usher in ample natural light when needed while providing the homeowners with complete privacy.
Sweeping large spaces an open plan living area with a unique kitchen and dining room and bedrooms that offer ample privacy complete this amazing renovation. Contemporary minimalism is combined with industrial charm as additions such as the concrete kitchen island custom black kitchen shelves and intricate wooden walls provide visual intrigue at every turn.
The gabled four-story Haus B19 in Stuttgart with its double pitch roof was designed by (se)arch architects. The home incorporates a gallery space for the owner’s artwork collection that rises to meet the glazed ridge of the roof.