This bright, lavish loft exudes industrial design, both inside and out. The covered terrace in this Dallas penthouse loft offers a clear view inside the home with oversized windows, but also the perfect space for lounging and gathering outside.
This Dallas, TX, penthouse loft is grand and spacious. It's 22 ft. ceilings and open concept living space feature oversized, floor-to-ceiling windows letting in views of the city, an industrial-style staircase to the second level, and comfy, neutral furniture.
Blown glass chandeliers, acrylic chairs and a row of cosmic pendants bring a feeling of lightness to this open, modern loft. Carved from the top floor of a century-old St. Louis warehouse, the 7,500-square-foot loft features 18-foot ceilings, original arched windows and industrial elements like exposed brick, concrete columns and metal piping. The open concept design is ideal for entertaining.
A fixture with multiple blown-glass pendants hangs above a rough-hewn table in the living/dining area of this transitional urban apartment. Picture windows offer sweeping city views, and a bump-out at the front of the space creates a sunny sitting room. Industrial-style shelving offers versatile display space.
This loft living room blends an industrial exposed ceiling with modern touches, like the gray L-shaped sofa and a metal sculpture that nearly touches the ceiling. A square brown leather chair offers the perfect view through the room's large windows, allowing a peek at the balcony area and city skyline.
This industrial-style penthouse loft in Dallas, TX, offers a stunning bonus space with enough room for a grand piano. Relax in the corner lounge chair, or work at one of two desks in the space, all while enjoying a view to the city from the wall of windows.
Homeowner Chad Alford had always wanted to live in a New York City loft, so his partner Tomas Frenes designed their townhome in Atlanta's Cabbagetown neighborhood to look like urban buildings. Custom doors with smoked glass are made to look like the windows on urban buildings, and exposed ceiling beams and ductwork enhance the industrial look.
By using clean lines and blending natural and industrial materials, the space is both masculine and inviting. A wall of windows gives this compact loft a spacious feel by opening it to the outdoors and the gorgeous view. Wood details appear in each section of the open design with a wood dining table, wood barstools and wood cabinet below the television.
A walk-in closet next to the photographer’s studio space in a New York City loft features two frosted glass panels. The design of the industrial loft uses wall planes to sculpt the light and make window-less areas feel airy. The red chairs were designed by Donald Judd and the floors are American white oak planks. The project by Desai Chia Architecture won a 2018 AIA Institute Honor Award for interior architecture.
Homeowner Chad Alford had always wanted to live in a New York City loft, so his partner Tomas Frenes designed their townhome in Atlanta's Cabbagetown neighborhood to look like urban buildings. Custom sliding doors with smoked glass conceal the lower level office and guest room and upper level master bedroom and are designed to look like industrial windows, while exposed ductwork, a modern light fixture and spiral staircase add to the urban feel.