164 engineered floor Industrial Home Office Design Photos

C O N T E N T Architecture
Loft Study & Yoga Space
Ideabooks1,802
Questions2
like floor and glass wall closet
Loooove the red brick n hardwood floor look
Also great flooring. Good wood grain texture and variation
floor boards....Woof floor...Hardwood floors...Wood floor...flooring #1...floor colour...dark floors...wood floor
“Concealed office space” — sweven
Thomas Roszak Architecture, LLC
Glass House
Ideabooks7,903
Questions3
beams support the steel beams; and in terms of how the entire house is enveloped in glass as if it was poured over the bones to make it skin tight. To engineer the house to be a smart house that not only looks modern, but acts modern; every aspect of user control is simplified to a digital touch button, whether
industrial-ish, wood floors, natural light, ceiling beams & lighting
“Lamkin office” — dressthenest
Matt Garcia Design
2 Reviews
Llano Exit Strategy
Ideabooks3,566
Questions6
Love the floor! What is it?
doesn't take up too much floor space is ++++ awesome. Plus this wood makes it feel cozy and energetic.
Plywood walls an grey floor
Ceiling to floor wood feature
Blue tone floor...concrete floors
“great work space” — honeysuckle01
FORMA Design
19 Reviews
FORMA Design
Ideabooks8,358
Questions5
What color and who makes the floor?
Stain existing floor boards no carpets?
codes.) This particular space works beautifully with the floor-to-ceiling windows; there’s plenty of natural light to encourage a productive day at the office.
two floor office space is better
enough height to stand comfortably. This particular space works beautifully with the floor-to-ceiling windows; there’s plenty of natural light to encourage a productive day at the office.
floor, simple design, openess. Seems usable with great railing design.
space. You’ll need just enough height to stand comfortably. (Be sure to consult local building codes.) This particular space works beautifully with the floor-to-ceiling windows; there’s plenty of natural light to encourage a productive day at the office.
“Like a treehouse in your room!” — dllemke1
Esther Hershcovich
Liz & John: Sutton, QC
Ideabooks3,750
Questions3
is the floor concrete? with the walls?
did you put epoxy on the floors
artroom in garage - cemcrete floor and walls - tile around where garage door is currently and make sliding door as picture - doubles up as guest room with pull down
Ballantyne describes himself as a monk at heart. A large easel sits in the middle of his minimalist studio. There are marks on the walls and floor showing vanishing points and lines from his perspective drawings.
“carpet idea” — janrio
Melander Architects, Inc.
The Church Residence
Ideabooks687
Questions0
to consider a third-party application or plug-in to handle those needs. I use the Maxwell for SketchUp plug-in ($99), which is an unbiased rendering engine that sits inside of SketchUp and allows for photorealistic renderings and advanced material assignments. There are others too: V-ray ($750) and Podium
“BIG circle window” — kimwaldron3
Caitlin & Caitlin Design Co.
8 Reviews
Arts District Loft
Ideabooks2,183
Questions5
like the flooring . would like
concrete, floors, colors, steel
Cowhides on dark floors
dark floors light walls
Concrete floor. Acrilyc picture frame.
concrete floors...Concrete flooring...Flooring and desk
“Desktop” — jmstroy1
BWArchitects (formerly Basil Walter Architects)
Brooklyn Artist Loft
Ideabooks461
Questions1
Concrete floors were used for both the studio and living spaces on the ground floor, but the incorporation of radiant heating (and some rugs) makes them more home-like than industrial.
Expansion strips in brushed concrete floor
together, if fuzzily. The blurry sight of people going up and down the stairs is a particularly nice touch. Concrete floors were used for both the studio and living spaces on the ground floor, but the incorporation of radiant heating (and some rugs) makes them more home-like than industrial.
together, if fuzzily. The blurry sight of people going up and down the stairs is a particularly nice touch.Concrete floors were used for both the studio and living spaces on the ground floor, but the incorporation of radiant heating (and some rugs) makes them more home-like than industrial.
“Sofa” — fmadrigal
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