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artKRAFT's new warehouse

A while back I featured some photos on my page of artKRAFT, a shop in Budapest that specializes in industrial furnishings and lighting. They recently acquired a new massive space in a warehouse that is nearly 500 m2 with 9m ceilings. I swear I would have a mild heart attack walking into this shop. What a dream! And OMG - stairs made from pallets. :)


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Down under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass

I don't think you can get anymore "down under the Manhattan Bridge overpass" than this Dumbo warehouse apartment by Brooklyn-based Interior Design firm Sheep + Stone. Character, warmth, quirk and a view to the bridge from the large industrial style windows.

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Stalking 1

No words. Love it all. When am I moving in? Loft living in Melbourne in the historic Windsor Post Office. It makes me giddy. Link here while it lasts.

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Stalking an electrical substation

I love adaptive re-use of industrial buildings and I'm loving the conversion of this small electrical substation in Paddington in Sydney. I lived in an electrical substation over 20 years ago when the owner went overseas to work for Médecins Sans Frontières. It was more like camping though as the renovation was in its early stages. Perhaps the new owner will let me camp here if they ever go overseas. A lot more stylish ... and comfortable. Link here while it lasts.

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Le 205

Step inside the unassuming facade of this 1950s warehouse and you'll find a minimalist open plan home. Hints of the building's industrial past remain but as a shell that contains this super slick modern space. Seamless Corian benches, stainless steel, strip lighting and painted concrete play against a mix of contemporary and mid century furniture. I would, however be more at ease with this house if they would just move the shaving mirror away from the ethanol heater. Ouch! Is it a clue that the owner is hot stuff? Le 205 in Mile-Ex district of Montreal by Atelier Moderno.

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