Located in Budapest, Hungary, this beautiful 2,150 square feet loft is an attic build-out, making the layout very interesting. I like most of the finishes except the weird lighting pendant in the entry and the cheesy chandelier (would have chosen more industrial pendants). Love the industrial kitchen in the center of the apartment making it […]
It is rare to find a place like this in Barcelona! Originally a textile workshop, the 1830 Sqft (170 square meters) space was fully redone and became a true NY style loft with large open spaces, high ceilings, large windows, structural beams in sight and the mix of wood and concrete for texture. The
This dreamy New York loft (listed at $19.5M) was designed by renowned Architect Michael Haverland. He cleverly used industrial conduits and materials (concrete, steel, walnut finishes, natural light, and hand-blown glass) to create a very clean and luminous modern look, while managing to keep the volume of the space and harnessing a warm environment.
In TrendOffice today, here is another garage transformed into an office, or offices I should say. Since The Hub is a company offering inspired places for meeting, working, innovating, learning and connecting. For their Headquarters in Madrid, architectural firm ch+qs arquitectos renovated this
If you like the concrete/industrial look but have boring white walls, here is the solution: Norwegian company ConcreteWall created concrete wallpapers that can be applied on any walls with regular wall glue. All different styles of concrete are available for purchase online at ConcreteWall.