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That photo above is a dream - an empty, raw loft space to convert into living quarters. Attila F.Kovács and Zsuzsa Megyesi are the architect/interior designer duo of A+Z Design Studio (I believe they're based in Budapest) that transformed this space into a rustic, cozy home filled with well-worn vintage touches and industrial lighting, as seen below. Those windows alone would have sold me.  

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Let's do lunch

Yes? Somewhere with great food and atmosphere? Lots of people to gawk at. Lots of design ideas to steal from the restaurant fitout. Cool! I'll meet you at Usine in Stockholm, a restaurant concept by designer Richard Lindvall. A choice of bistro, cafe and bar areas all with a Scandi minimal meets industrial vibe. Concrete, steel, leather, wood and tiles are on the menu. Delicious.

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It's not often that a passage way gets my design senses tingling but I'm loving everything about this one. Often overlooked as purely utilitarian, this glorious light filled space celebrates the journey rather than scurrying towards the destination. See more of the Concrete House 1 by Auhaus Architecture on their website. I'll wait for you here.


Concrete lush

Hard edged sophistication softened by lush fabrics, texture on texture, rambling plantings. Light and air pour into double height spaces with tall doors and windows. No concrete bunker but rich and lush. H House by Bruce Stafford Architects.

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Concrete and wood

Concrete, wood, brick, floor to ceiling windows....sounds like the making of a sweet apartment I would say. This space by Brazilian architecture firm Play Arquitetura (the folks that brought you the cat apartment) just needs a few rugs to warm up the space and a few more accessories and it is pretty much on point.