This renovated Victorian kitchen in San Francisco is filled with industrial touches, such as rolling steel-framed panels of textured glass above the counter.
An apartment in a converted San Francisco garage features original concrete walls and I-beams. White-oak flooring and bush-hammered Carrara marble add warmth to the space.
A 100-year-old switching station in Chicago nicely transformed into a two-story living space. Downstairs, century-old subway tile and copper windows keep the new kitchen gritty; it gained a stainless-steel island, new appliances, and a wall of IKEA storage.
Designer Barbara Hill applied her polished take on minimalism to a traditional 1920s abode in Atlanta for a family. Hill had the overhead lighting in the kitchen customized by Rich Brilliant Willing. She added a stainless steel kitchen island by Bulthaup.
A ladder with alternating treads adds a clear industrial vibe to this multistory, net-zero San Francisco residence.
Inside Out Architecture renovated an apartment in the Clerkenwell section of central London, removing interior walls to create an open, loft-like living space. The renovation was designed to preserve and call attention to the angular pattern of the crisscrossing concrete ceiling beams.
Custom lights, Restoration Hardware mirrors, and an industrial-style shower door give this floating home a loft-like feel.