Posts Tagged ‘industrial elements’

House of Fraser, Rushden Lakes by Kinnersley Kent Design, Northamptonshire – UKD

November 28th, 2017

The much-anticipated department store marks several firsts for House of Fraser – it is the British retailer’s first out-of-town format, first ever sustainable store, and its first full UK store opening since 2008.

To the bone restaurant by Piero Zanatta, Berlin – Germany

November 27th, 2017

The interior design is a collab of Mannucci with Hong Kong-based architect Piero Zanatta, and mimics the neighbourhood’s eclectic vibe, featuring walls dipped in a dark green hue as a backdrop, an eclectic range of furnishings, and plenty of industrial elements that add a slight nightclub touch.

George Spencer Designs flagship showroom by Boundary Space, London – UK

May 30th, 2017

These industrial elements contrast with the soft furnishings and fabrics, showcasing the latter to great effect. We introduced a curved rail of full-length hanging around the perimeter of the showroom to create a ‘wall’ of fabric display, and to soften the cavernous space, giving a more domestic and cosy feel.

The Slow Hotel by Gfab, Bali

April 11th, 2017

Slow, is an intimate boutique property on Bali’s western shoreline, and fully embodies Gorrow and his wife Cisco’s style-infused yet relaxed vision on hospitality and life in general.

Gentle Monster store renewal, Seoul – Korea

February 2nd, 2017

The much talked about Korean brand has not only been making waves with eyewear that hugely resonates with young consumers across the planet, but also with flagship stores that aren’t anything else you’ve ever seen.

The Roof Lifestyle Concept Studio by The Roof Studio, Petaling Jaya – Malaysia

October 14th, 2016

Concrete floors are dressed with elaborate furnishings and plenty of industrial elements such as metal and brick, creating a chic yet classy feel, impressing visitors and clients who visit the studio. Beautiful timber wood floors are seen in the main office workspace, where nuances tend to be lighter and more open, enhancing productivity in the studio.

Rough Luxe collection by Murals Wallpaper

September 29th, 2016

Murals Wallpaper have curated the Rough Luxe collection, a selection of wallpaper murals that allow you to bring industrial elements into your home with no hassle and minimal effort. Contrast with luxurious faux-fur accents, exposed filaments and bold metals for some seriously on trend decor.

6th Floor Rear Flat / Future Town Office by C.DD, Foshan – China

September 12th, 2016

The designer takes container as the design concept, through using industrial elements such as cement, handmade decorative tile, white cement brick and black iron creates an office space full of fun. A wall painting with a big smile warms everybody’s heart and tells everyone to smile to life.

HAP Capital office by Fogarty Finger, New York City

June 28th, 2016

Playing into existing industrial elements of the space, from exposed concrete floors to bell-shaped columns, select elements such as wood slat ceilings, blackened steel frames, and contemporary linear lighting were added to create a balanced and open working environment.

La Bottega Trattoria restaurant by Sestini & Corti, Geneva – Switzerland

June 27th, 2016

The result of the project is a fusion of industrial elements, reclaimed materials like wooden planks for the tables or the old Tuscan terracotta bricks, very modern and clean lines for the iron/glass cabinets and concept spaces like the incredible and unique wine cellar.

Sago Hotel, New York City

February 19th, 2016

A luxury apartment in its own right, it occupies Sago Hotel’s two top floors, and comes with a separate kitchen, a salon, and last but not least, a spacious balcony with gorgeous city views.

Nexmo Offices by ThirdWay Interiors, London – UK

January 11th, 2016



ThirdWay Interiors has created the new office design of tech services company Nexmo located in London.

PizzaExpress by Creed Design, Manchester – UK

December 4th, 2015

Based just round the corner from the former site of Factory’s legendary nightclub, echoes of The Haçienda are visible throughout. Industrial elements such as the pendant lights are mixed with the bespoke yellow and black tiles.

Pizza Buzz Restaurant by Emergent Design Studios, London – UK

September 19th, 2015



Emergent Design Studios ’ proposal for Pizza Buzz introduces a brand new restaurant typology to London, through which customers create their own ‘bespoke’ pizza using high quality local products, ready to eat in only 120 seconds.

11 By Boris Bidjan Saber store, New York City

September 18th, 2015

Steel pipes dangle from the ceiling, dipped in texturized black paint, becoming clothing racks that wrap throughout the space.

The Place Café by United Design Practice, Beijing – China

May 26th, 2015

The Place Café by United Design Practice, Beijing – China

Rick Owens Store, Hong Kong

May 5th, 2015

Rick Owens Store, Hong Kong

Barco grill & wine bar by Ample Studio, Novorossiysk – Russia

March 16th, 2015

Barco — creative grill & wine bar opened in December 2014 on the Black Sea coast of Russia, in the Novorossiysk port city, close to the waterfront of Tsemesskaya bay.

Furniture collection by Federico Peri

December 13th, 2014

These objects are essentially conceptual furniture but with a well-defined function, passing through the 50ties and finally turning them into refinement and balance. All these objects are not conceived for a serial and industrial production, on the contrary, them give strength to the world of workers typical of the “made in Italy”.

Aesop store by Simplicity, Osaka – Japan

May 9th, 2014

The retail setting is infused with industrial elements, referencing the era when time when an important timber yard was situated in the area and its streets were lined with many storehouses.