557 1970's Industrial Home Design Photos

East Village Brownstone
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picking up on the old quilt. The second is found in the framed T-shirt, an original from the Fillmore East, where many punk bands got their start in the 1970s.The curtains bridge (the more recent) old and new: The Sweet Dreams Security curtain looks like a standard metal security shutter but is a high design
“Accordion light” — Nate McQuillan
Kimberley Bryan
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Renovated Firehouse
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that used to house the station’s single fire engine. The kitchen was originally the station’s handball court. It is now outfitted with stainless steel appliances, an oversized Kohler stainless steel sink and marble countertops. “The marble is a great work surface, plus it’s a reference to the era of the
A second kitchen island serves as a desk and bookshelf, and because it’s on casters, she can move it wherever extra counter space or seating is needed.
clever!! A second kitchen island serves as a desk and bookshelf, and because it’s on casters, she can move it wherever extra counter space or seating is needed
g and lifestyle blogger who works from there, including staging photo shoots. A second kitchen island serves as a desk and bookshelf, and because it’s on casters, she can move it wherever extra counter space or seating is needed.
“A second kitchen island serves as a desk and bookshelf, and because it’s on casters, she can move” — blackvore
KuDa Photography
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Private Residence - CH
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The kitchen’s red walls showcase Price’s practice with Venetian plaster. “The first time it looked great, but within a few days it started falling off the wall,” she says. “Then
The kitchen’s red walls showcase Price’s practice with Venetian plaster. “The first time it looked great, but within a few days it started falling off the wall,” she says. “Then I paid more attention to ratios.”
The kitchen’s red walls showcase Price’s practice with Venetian plaster. “The first time
“orange enclosed-feel kitchen, open rafters, country-modern” — Marla Mrowka
KuDa Photography
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Wabi-sabi - home office
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She converted them to study spaces and now, instead of extraneous cooktops, reading nooks dot the home. Price’s family didn’t install a television, but they have an iPad, and “maybe that’s worse,” she confides.
She converted them to study spaces and now, instead of extraneous cooktops, reading nooks dot the home. Price’s family didn’t install a television, but they have an iPad, and “maybe that’s worse,” she confides.
“Walls” — Bridget Arnet
Naiztat + Ham Architects, P.C
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Modern Loft
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software that’s right for you, I recommend starting by answering this question: “What’s the best way for me to channel my creative energies into a representation that someone can build from?” The answer will be different for all of us, but let’s briefly review a few of your options.It’s important to remember
when you prefer Sign Pens or crayons. This is really more of an overview or guide for navigating the choices. It’s up to you to decide which one best fits your work habits and your brand’s message.
efficient manner.CAD software can incite great passion among architects and designers. I understand just how personal a decision this is, because it’s used almost every single day. So my goal isn’t to endorse one tool over another. That would be the equivalent of my telling you to sketch using only an
“study doors” — rebeccafoote
Ian Moore Architects
Strelein Warehouse
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window and distributes loads from the wall above to the foundation. Brick’s mottled tones contrast steel’s crisp lines, precise machining and solid tones — the imperfect viewed against the perfect. Why this marriage works: Brick’s washed, mottled tones and imperfections contrast the chiseled, perfect lines
window and distributes loads from the wall above to the foundation. Brick’s mottled tones contrast steel’s crisp lines, precise machining and solid tones — the imperfect viewed against the perfect.Why this marriage works: Brick’s washed, mottled tones and imperfections contrast the chiseled, perfect lines
‘warehouse living’ to any inner-city homeowner, and their eyes light up. Utilising original materials, including the beautifully faded bricks, the warehouse’s mix of industrial elements and modern architecture come together seamlessly.
“door” — Dj-Natalie Nimmers
KuDa Photography
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Private Residence - CH
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endocrinologist; and her two kids, ages 4 and 7 Location: Portland, Oregon Size: 2,400 square feet (222 square meters); 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms The loft’s original design consisted of carpeted floors, drywall and MDF finish work. Price tore all that out. The building is a former factory, so there were no
polyurethane. Unhappy with the result, she took the polyurethane off and replaced it with a wax finish. That’s how she’s progressed, one DIY project at a time, learning as she went.
The loft’s original design consisted of carpeted floors, drywall and MDF finish work. Price tore all that out. The building
paint off the floor, then sealed it with polyurethane. Unhappy with the result, she removed the polyurethane and replaced it with a wax finish. That’s how she’s progressed, one DIY project at a time, learning as she went.
“love the wood” — Engred Peters
BWArchitects (formerly Basil Walter Architects)
Brooklyn Artist Loft
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ng warehouse in Brooklyn’s Clinton Hill neighborhood, and with architect Brenda Bello of BWArchitects he transformed it into a light-filled live-work space. Also important was a connection to a garden, which they created at the rear of the building by cutting the building’s garage open.
toward the studio beyond the stair. At the rear of the warehouse was a one-story garage that was partially demolished in the renovation. One of Bello’s tricks that helps to maintain privacy was keeping the exterior walls of the one-story garage when opening it up for the garden. Keeping those walls means
Brazilian artist Vik Muniz owns an old light-manufacturing warehouse in Brooklyn’s Clinton Hill neighborhood, and with architect Brenda Bello of BWArchitects he transformed it into a light-filled live-work space. Bello, who used to work
“Bookcases windows” — caschoonie
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