Belva 268, Atherstone Estate, Strathtulloh
Belva 268, Atherstone Estate, Strathtulloh
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Home office or study with twin desks and shelves near kitchen at the Belva 268 by JG King Homes
Project | Cove House
Project | Cove House
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Architecture: Justin Humphrey Architect Photography: Andy Macpherson
Grey Street House
Grey Street House
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North facade detail. Photographer: Dion Robeson
Surf Beach
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This wonderful property was architecturally designed and didn’t require a full renovation. However, the new owners wanted their weekender to feel like a home away from home, and to reflect their love of travel, while remaining true to the original design. Furniture selection was key in opening up the living space, with an extension to the front deck allowing for outdoor entertaining. More natural light was added to the space, the functionality was increased and overall, the personality was amped up to match that of this lovely family.
Industrial style is a trend that replicates the unfinished feel of warehouses through raw materials and salvaged objects. Large, open spaces have sharp lines, utilitarian surfaces, and a dynamic interplay between pure form and function.

What is industrial architecture?


Industrial architecture encompasses anything related to industry and fabrication. It includes fully converted warehouses and factories that are stripped back and reveal the inner workings of the structure itself – exposed beams, unfinished walls and bare windows. Inner-city urban lofts often replicate this style of architecture through open-plan living, high ceilings, concrete floors and exposed brickwork.

What is industrial interior design?


Industrial interior design does not necessarily need to be teamed with industrial architecture. Stick to a neutral colour palette that has cool undertones and just add steampunk accents. What is usually concealed is also proudly showcased, so look to industrial lighting that is oversized or has exposed wiring, or try bare filament bulbs, to apply this concept.

What is industrial furniture?


Industrial furnishings are minimal and no-fuss. They are usually made from metal, steel and timber, and have a combination of rough and clean, flat surfaces. Also look for rustic furniture that has been salvaged or recycled. A popular trend, for example, is stacking old wooden crates to create an industrial coffee table.