2,335 writer space Industrial Home Design Photos

Eric K. Daniels Architect, PC
Tribeca Loft
loft space...wide open space
“wide open space” — Lana Kane
Esther Hershcovich
Dominique & Anne-Marie
What is the spacing between the hooks of the coat rack?
Hi remiemartin! The spacing is 4 3/4" center-to-center.
“Coathanger” — zeroactive
Urban Elements Interior Space
12 Reviews
Sawyer Residence
Urban Elements Interior Space
JLR Interiors: Designs by Jennifer Berry (Rosenmayer)
Westlake Meeting/Conference Space
Westlake Meeting/Conference Space
meeting space
“Shelves” — nukagirl
Ignacio Salas-Humara Architect LLC
2 Reviews
Pivot Pad
ball bearings, so you can move it with a finger. It has a closer that gently swings the door shut. The glass transom lets daylight into the entry space. PHOTO: Ignacio Salas-Humara
I like this architects use of materials and thoughtful space planning
“Walkway” — rinayoon
Jason Snyder
My Houzz: An Art Filled Industrial Pittsburgh Loft
Pittsburg Loft - Vintage freight elevator is the only means of entry. Sheets of corrugated metal are used to define living spaces. Abstract artwork and reclaimed wood furniture are used to create a quirky and masculine home.
only means of entry here — sets the tone for the rest of this artistic Pittsburgh loft. The homeowner used sheets of corrugated metal to define living spaces, mixing in his own abstract artwork and reclaimed wood furniture to create a quirky and masculine home. See more of this loft
“color scheme” — Sarah Cameron
Symbol Audio
Symbol New York Studio Before/After
Flat house with vertical open spaces for light.
Note the upper glass portion of the partition wall below the clerestory “light scoop,” a feature that allows light to spread throughout the various spaces.
“Офис” — Paul Milkin
Northern Virginia Area Custom Made Closet Organization
Pantries, closets, garage storage and flooring, wall units, mud rooms, laundry rooms, entertainment units, etc.
Symbol Audio
Symbol New York Studio Before/After
into the previously dark space was a priority. Four 12- by 8-foot "light scoops" (visible from the street level) were cut into the roof. Windows, glass doors and several glass walls let the flow of light continue without interruption.
Exposed steel studs are used in this space as a design element.
“exposed steel beams” — jbeymer
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