The industrial style owes much of its widespread appeal to its blend of modern functionality with an old-meets-new aesthetic. Pieces both sophisticatedly polished and a little rough around the edges fit like a glove in a home that celebrates raw materials, rough finishes and a combination of textures.
Entering the condo, guests are greeted by an imposing dining area that seamlessly integrates with the living room. Space is divided to be fluid and barely perceptible, but wall compositions—one flanked by white paint and concrete, the other grey and timber—give some semblance of delineation. Wood, metal and leather epitomise this design concept, and one can find it tastefully applied for a well-balanced bohemian ambience. The edgy look is softened by the delicate silhouettes of stools, wire mesh chairs and an ottoman bench, enhancing its working-class everyman roots while sacrificing none of the comforts of a contemporary dwelling.