How to create elegant and modern industrial interior design in apartment?
We will explore mordern industrial interior design by Diego Revollo
The work of bringing this delightful design to life may not have come as easy as many would think. Given a very short time to work, Diego set out to deliver an exquisite apartment that meets the demands of today and continues timelessly over the decades to come.
From the ceilings to the walls, Diego Revollo offers a package that presents a sophisticated selection of art and furniture, with balance and great visual effect. (you might want to check out this Scandinavian interior design as well!)
“With New York loft air, we start from the exiting, so, from the original architecture of Itacolomi 445, which is the major project asset. With features and outstanding volumes in the façade with guardrails and brises in black, the idea was to replicate these characteristics to the inside, creating a unity between external and internal architecture. In this way we emphasize all metal structure, beams and black frames that stand out in the internal gray box where integration sets the tone in large spaces” – states official press release describing this modern industrial interior design.
What make make interior design amazing?
The first thing that tends to pull people towards this design style is that the design lends itself to the charm and minimalism of authentic modern industrial interior design. The interior was fashioned in such a way for the user to be able to experience the outdoor space/environment without having to be outside.
The use of warm colors encouraged the appreciation of the furniture without having to detract from the ‘solemnity’ of the space. In other to satisfy the hunger for a more traditional style, the interior decorator deployed the use of wooden floor to express the naturalness of the interior. (see more of industrial interior design in this modern apartment by SVOYA!)
The second attraction to this apartment is its location – situated in the neighborhood that concentrates some of the main postcards of São Paulo architecture.
It gives great opportunity for those who want to do everything on foot, like taking a stroll in Piazza Buenos Aires to dine in one of the coolest restaurants in the neighborhood.