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Interior Architecture: Modern Warehouse Conversion

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Oct 18, 2012 01:02 AM
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by Annie May last modified Oct 17, 2012

The pure attention to the details of interior architecture is why the work of   Fearon Hay Architects captivates me.This minimal design of this 1960's fabric warehouse conversion in Auckland, New Zealand is functional and straight-forward. My eyes gloss over at the sight of the detailing of those rosewood framed doors. The gorgeous fabrics rolls spread out over the space make a bold statement while the architecture accentuates the beauty of each piece without trying to fight it. The form of each of the chairs and table (above) adds a sculptural element within the space. Raw, concrete floors, white walls, and   modern accent chairs   will help you achieve the modern and industrial look like the space above. ZUO WALTZ WHITE LEATHERETTE LOUNGE CHAIR AND OTTOMAN Oxblood leather chairs and soft artwork cozy up the conference room. A   modern office chair  is not only practical and comfortable, but is a great way to bring modern elements into your office space. TANNER TERRA COTTA FAUX LEATHER LOWBACK DESK CHAIR Of course you know we love lighting, and if I could add just one element to this design it would be a simple   modern pendant light . LBL MASON BROWN AND SATIN NICKEL PENDANT LIGHT The rosewood framed doors are able to separate the room physically, but not visually. Now this is what design is all about; the thin rosewood frame, sleek handle, and the most beautiful part of it all, the brass detailing. It's these elements that separate the men from the boys when it comes to good design.  Images:   Yellowtrace






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