Amazing Warehouse Homes And Their Unique Stories
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Touch of New York: Loft-Style Warehouse Conversion in Melbourne
Few homes bring forth the exquisite beauty of industrial style like old factory and warehouse conversions, which elegantly blend the classic factory features with the flowing aesthetics of a modern home.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 Melbourne, 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.Even though the house adopts a distinct loft-style look, modern elements and warm lighting help create a softer, more inviting living space that is not a bit too edgy.With wonderful views of the city skyline from the top level and custom decor and accessories, the smart conversion creates a clever balance between the past and the future!
New York-Style Warehouse Conversion in Melbourne
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Amazing industrial style warehouse conversion in Montreal
This industrial style home-studio of an artist is a warehouse conversion offering a wealth of refreshing ideas and natural light, located in Montreal, Quebec.In this former warehouse import-export, furniture, works of art, recycled objects and curiosities that were collected by the owner create an unclassifiable inside, eclectic, where visitors can peruse with pleasure.It is the owner who made the place transformation plans; they were then validated by a technician in architecture before receiving approval from the municipality.And then reconfigure this former warehouse presented a huge challenge, particularly the successful cross between a workplace and a place of life.“The new space highlights generous windows, authentic materials, loft spaces that the artist particularly likes, high ceilings up to 13 feet across and white walls.
Former lounge building will reopen as Cannery Hall music venue complex
Former Mercy Lounge building will reopen as Cannery Hall music venue complexLive music is set to return to Cannery Row next year.After closing its doors this past May, the building that was home to several celebrated Nashville music venues for nearly 20 years will reopen in 2023 as Cannery Hall.Like the property's former tenants, new owners DZL Management plan to operate three music venues and one events space in the historic building.The top floor (formerly ONE) will hold Amaranth, a special events space for up to 380.A press release for Cannery Hall boasts it will be the largest independent music venue in Nashville.
Dolce House is a Contemporary Urban Home with Warehouse Style
The Dolce house was built for Charmaine Royall, and her husband, John Whitehall-Holla.Armed with a loose brief and their renowned modernist style, the team at Klopper & Davis Architects harnessed a strong textural material palette.The owners are young and urban, so the materials and furniture reflect their style and influences.Furniture and accessories reflect the couple’s love of Danish design and their desire for a simple and modern aesthetic.The cost of the Dolce house was $700k, which included all the finishings and whitegoods.
Contain yourself, A House Made of Shipping Containers in Colorado
Colorado firefighter Regan Foster has built a home for his family out of industrial shipping containers.Four shipping containers comprise the base of the home, placed in pairs 24 feet apart.On building with shipping containers, Joe Simmons of Bluesky Studio commented, ‘I think that [they are] are really cool looking and that they reuse a resource that comes one-way from China is well-intended.Other limitations of the shipping container persisted in Foster’s project which included the issue of pesticide pollution on the wood floors original to the containers.Flooring in the main space pays luxurious tribute to the industrial origins of the shipping containers, for it comprises of stained and polished concrete with in-floor hot water heating.
Talisman Building Apartment: Converted Warehouse with Vaulted
This is one of the two apartments in the building has expansive double height, open plan living area.The contemporary home offers 4,979 square feet (462 square meters) of total living area spread out over one floor.It has vaulted ceilings with skylights while the living area is light-filled.The living area has a very useful storage system that also bears the modern fireplace.Aside from the vaulted ceiling in the living area, the rest of the ceilings are all on a human scale that creates comfort and livability.
Warehouse-style home takes top award in BDAV Building Design
Winners of the 18th annual Building Designers Association of Victoria (BDAV) Building Design Awards have been announced.Judges were impressed with the high calibre of aesthetic design offered by building designers to residential and non-residential projects.BDAV president Michael O’Sullivan says the awards celebrated excellence in design offered by Victoria’s most talented building designers.They showcase the high quality of building design offered to Victorians, and our judges were again impressed by the standard of entries received this year, O’Sullivan says.MichSquared Design, in collaboration with Emma Schmutzer and Fatih Teck, was awarded the 10-Star Challenge Single Dwelling Award, with Melbourne Design Studios receiving the 10-Star Challenge Multi-Residential Award.
Andrew Simpson converts Melbourne warehouse into home
Andrew Simpson Architects has converted a red brick warehouse in Melbourne into a loft-style residence, with separate entrances for different members of the resident family (+ slideshow)."This was primarily an interior project," explained architects Andrew Simpson and Emma Parkinson.The main staircase is located at the centre of the plan, and can be accessed from both of the two ground floor rooms.The gabled roof of the garage can be seen peeking above a terrace placed adjacent to the upper floor space.Like Dezeen on Facebook for the latest architecture, interior and design news »Project credits:Architecture: Andrew Simpson ArchitectsProject team: Andrew Simpson (principle), Emma ParkinsonBuilder: Overend Constructions
Strelein Warehouse by Ian Moore Architects
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5 Industrial-style Homes With Exposed Pipes And Trunking
In fact, with the cost of houses making many homes unaffordable, more people are looking at alternative living spaces and alternative decorative finishes.That’s why many industrial homes choose to use trunking on the wall, making this a feature of the home rather than something that should be hidden.You can even run the electrical trunking in a pattern to create a feature on your wall.Exposed PipingJust as trunking is easier than adding electrical wires into the wall, so is it easier to leave the pipework exposed.Retaining The WallsIt is possible to create stud walls in front of the existing walls in your industrial style home.
Compact yet bright and airy warehouse style apartment in Sweden
A former factory was converted into a residential condo building in central Stockholm, Sweden, featuring this tastefully designed apartment home with a timeless warehouse style.The living room and kitchen forms a social and open plan living area.The black color of the window compliments the black power switches, painted water pipes, forging details and an industrial glass wall in black.What We Love: This bright and airy warehouse style apartment features whitewashed walls and generous surfaces despite its compact size.Above: The bedroom and living room are separated by a glass wall with a black frame that gives character.
Warehouse Wedding Inspiration
Join us as we travel around the globe selecting only our very favourite warehouse wedding venues and show you how to recreate the look for your own special day.So whether you’re planning on tying the knot in your dream location, or just looking for industrial inspiration, the Warehouse Home team have compiled a go-to list for chic, alternative and contemporary warehouse wedding venues.The former glue factory boasts an expansive 7,000 sq ft inside and a further 10,000 sq ft outdoors.APEX | Shoreditch, LondonSet in a warehouse space, this photoshoot location is also a highly sought after wedding venue.White brick walls and a vaulted roof create the perfect industrial chic backdrop for an unforgettable wedding in this London warehouse conversion.
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We have possessed more than 80 sets of large precise and domestically advanced processing equipments, including large gantry planing machines, automatic submerged arc welding machines, assembling machines, slitters, shot blasting machines and so on.Various types of steel building materials produced by our company, such as color-coated steel tiles and sandwich panels, are widely used in different areas.Steel house, steel warehouse, prefabricated house, chicken house, duck house, pig house4.why should you buy from us not from other suppliers?Customers: Our company's products are sold in more than 100 countries or regions, so customers are very recognized by us.c. After-sales installation: Our installation team has more than 100 people and has rich installation experience5.what services can we provide?
Heritage Brand started in a 120 sq/ft spare room 20 years ago building horse tack and other small leather items.A couple years later another larger space was needed, and this new building came with windows and our first building with AC.One month after moving into our new building we launched the first Marilyn handbag.We were adamant about staying in our small town where there was not a single piece of land for sale that would work for our vision.The brand new facility will be the new home of Heritage Brand with a 1,500 square foot retail location, corporate offices and manufacturing as well as a 5,000 square foot common courtyard and over 20 parking spaces.
Inside Australia's coolest houses all owned by most renowned
AdvertisementA new series of stunning images inside the houses of world-renowned Australian architects offer a glimpse of the beautiful and unconventional homes that the creatives have designed for themselves.The architect and his wife keep the place as simple as possible, apart from a series of black and white pictures.‘The building was essentially gutted, leaving the façade and a few interior walls,’ said Rabinowitz.And even though there are a few chores [such as regular watering of indoor plants], there’s enormous pleasure exploring the house.Phillip Goad – “The entrance includes all the original the original fixtures from 1929.”Sarah Marshall + Liane Rossler – “The wall of the lounge is brimming with treasured paintings and drawings.”
Free, healthy food in Wilmington community refrigerators fridges
He said too many residents go to bed hungry or without eating nutritious meals.While there’s a Food Lion supermarket about two miles away, not everyone can get there, Herring said.We have three dollar stores in the neighborhood, corner stores and Popeyes chicken.”Herring says the fridges are open around the clock, with no limitations on users.Herring showed her an underutilized community garden behind the center with more than 30 beds, and her group took it over.But when the pandemic hit last year and serving meals became logistically problematic and dangerous, she broached the idea of putting in community refrigerators.
Aesthetic trend in interior design of the 21st centuryNot to be confused with Industrial architectureIndustrial antique shop in ParisLumière Cinema in MaastrichtLumière Cinema in MaastrichtIndustrial style or industrial chic refers to an aesthetic trend in interior design that takes clues from old factories and industrial spaces that in recent years have been converted to lofts and other living spaces. Components of industrial style include weathered wood, building systems, exposed brick, industrial lighting fixtures and concrete.The Industrial style of design is most commonly found in urban areas including cities and lofts.Large sectionals are a staple item in any industrial style room.Open faced shelving and storage are big hits when it comes to an industrial kitchen.
Two Apartment House - The Upper Floor Apartment
So here it is, the promised part two of Two Apartment House – the upper floor apartment of the very cool new home of Carla Karsakis and her husband Ben of Etica Studio!When the first floor apartment is not tenanted, Carla and Ben make the most of it.The two bedroom ground floor apartment has 70sqm of living and 50sqm outdoor living.The 70sqm two bedroom top floor apartment has a 15sqm balcony and 40sqm outdoor living.LOCATIONMt Lawley, Western AustraliaBUILT2015THE INTERIOR DESIGNERCarla herselfTHE BUILDERMick LogueFEATURESGround floor apartment: open-plan kitchen, living and dining, bedroom, European laundry, concrete floors, garden courtyard (you can see that part of the home tour here)Upper floor apartment: (which you can rent on AirBnB)living and dining, bedroom, recycled jarrah floors, balcony, city viewsPHOTOGRAPHYHeather Robbins of Red Images Fine Photography
This sustainable house has an aquaponic system that connects a
WTTJH is located in Sydney and the most interesting feature is the aquaponic rooftop masked within a heritage-meets-modernism interior style.WTTJH is built within a rejuvenated heritage façade of rendered masonry, steel, timber, and greenery – it is where Victorian row terrace housing meets and a post-industrial warehouse aesthetic.The rooftop is made from steel planter beds that provide deep soil for native plants and fruit and vegetables.The garden beds are irrigated from the fishpond providing nutrient-rich water created by the edible silver perch (fish)!The floating planter beds are also an integrated structurally engineered solution to the lateral bracing needs of the masonry wall.
A Jutaku-style home for Main Street America
3106 St. Thomas by the Office of Jonathan Tate.Yet the creator of this small, relatively affordable home, obviously believes US housing could learn some valuable lessons from Japan.3106 St. Thomas is the first test site for the firm’s starter home thesis.OJT aims to meet America’s new price points and preferences with a series of small-ish, carefully conceived homes built on underutilised plots in US cities.For greater insight into contemporary urban life, buy Living in the Endless City; and for more on Japanese housing get a copy of Jutaku.
How safe is the racking on your site?
Nick Betteley, technical director at Stakapal, is a SEMA Approved Racking Inspector (SARI) – he offers his advice on making sure your storage racking remains safe and fit for purpose.As Full SEMA (Storage Equipment Manufacturers Association) members, we play a very proactive role in the development of standards for the storage industry in the UK.Did you know that your racking also plays a critical role in keeping your employees safe?Safety in racking designThe overall safety of your racking systems begins with the design and manufacturing process.A SEMA (Storage Equipment Manufacturers Association) approved racking inspector (SARI) satisfies the HSE’s criteria for a technically competent person to carry out an annual inspection as per HSG76 guidance.
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