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ES SE NTI AL R E ADI NG F O R WARE HO USE L I V ING ICONIC ARCHITECTURE

INTERIORS TRENDS

HOME STYLING

URBAN LIVING

Inside an iconic former factory on

From moon and ice inspired homeware to

Bold terracotta and shades of pink create

Uncovering imaginative reworkings of

New York's Williamsburg waterfront

innovative alternatives for plastic furniture

mature interiors in a converted warehouse

industrial complexes from Mexico to China

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WELCOME TO WAREHOUSE HOME ISSUE EIGHT Every week, Warehouse Home readers from all over the world post images on social media of their copies. It's wonderful to see the many ways our magazine inspires readers from the US to Australia, Sweden to Taiwan. We're circling the globe in this issue too, showcasing the daring and original ways architects and developers are saving former industrial buildings from dereliction and giving them new purpose. We discover two sugar refineries, one in Williamsburg New York (pages 4-7) and one in rural China (page 32) and admire the very different ways in which their transformations have come about. We also savour the full makeover of a ruined Mexican textile factory (page 35). A furniture warehouse dating from 1871 was the subject of a remodelling by our design team for Issue

Directors Peter Cliffe-Roberts Sophie Bush

Eight's Home Styling report (pages 20-25), this season's shades of blush pink and terracotta complementing aged timber and exposed brickwork. Further design ideas from our in-house experts include the latest in linear lighting (page 31) and innovative pieces crafted from recycled plastic that are stylish and sustainable (page 16). We also celebrate the ubiquitous appeal of classic industrial features (page 9) and demonstrate that the timeless and traditional factory style window can triumph in townhouses just as well as warehouses (pages 10-11). Whether you live in a warehouse home or simply love the look, we've filled this issue with inspiration. There's more on mywarehousehome. com and you can enjoy and share images with us via @mywarehousehome

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Editor Sophie Bush editor@mywarehousehome.com Creative Director Paul Rider Editorial Assistant Rachel Anderson rachel@mywarehousehome.com Social Media Editor Jordan Johnson jordan@mywarehousehome.com Photographer Beth Evans Photographer's Assistant Christopher Horwood Stylist Hannah Bort Advertising Enquiries advertising@mywarehousehome.com Interior Design Service Let us help you source unique furniture, lighting and accessories for your home, office or professional project. Our team can also create entire room schemes and oversee full renovations. Contact our expert design team for assistance: yourhome@mywarehousehome.com Editor’s Portrait Uli Kilian Cover image Extra large Alibaba laundry basket in Natural, £139, artisanne.co.uk; Rem king size duvet cover in rusty orange, £435, Nid blanket in pale pink, £440, societylimonta.com; Bajna cotton khadi cushion in Charcoal Lines, £60, caravane.fr; Pre-washed linen pillowcase in Raw Umber, £48 each, Pre-washed linen pillowcase in Salmon, £48 each, King size pre-washed linen flat sheet in Salmon, £158.20, larusi. com; Raul king bed frame in Lumino Old Rose velvet with American walnut feet, £1,119, barkerandstonehouse.co.uk; Lucca Rose water tumbler, £9, conranshop.com; Candle, stylist’s own; Vault bubble glass object by Ferm Living, £35, truceonline. co.uk; Louis Vuitton City Guide Lisbon, £26, conranshop.com; Tenon Table with Classic Grey Pedestal and custom finish Spring Flint top by From the Land for Another Country, £645, anothercountry.com; Mia rug in Brick by Nani Marquina, 170cm x 240cm, €1,720, nanimarquina.com; Cushion cover in Port, €50, Thick woven cushion cover in pink with horizontal stripes, €58, tinekhome.com Published by MYWAREHOUSEHOME Limited. Printed by Geoff Neal Group. Distribution by MMS London and Export Press. All rights reserved. Reproduction either in whole or in part without the prior written permission of the Editor is strictly prohibited. All published prices are inclusive of VAT and correct at the time of going to press but are subject to amendments. MYWAREHOUSEHOME Limited will take no responsibility for omissions or any errors. Submissions and enquiries to be made by email only via mywarehousehome.com. Warehouse Home cannot be held responsible for any unsolicited material and will not accept any liability for any losses or damages. Warehouse Home is a trademark owned by MYWAREHOUSEHOME Limited. Copyright MYWAREHOUSEHOME Limited 2018. mywarehousehome.com

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ICONIC ARCHITECTURE

FACTORY CONVERSION

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he original Domino Sugar plant in the Williamsburg area of Brooklyn, New York, was built in 1856. By 1870, it processed more than half of the sugar used in the United States. In 1882, a fire completely destroyed the original building and it was rebuilt in brick and stone. Finally, after a long struggle, the Domino Sugar Refinery, which was once the largest in the world, shut down in 2004. In 2013, the developers gave Brooklyn based photographer Paul Raphaelson exclusive access to the derelict refinery before demolition work began. He was the last photographer in the building and his book 'Brooklyn's Sweet Ruin' is a powerful record of a New York icon's final days. As Domino Park opens, in the first phase of an ambitious project to redevelop part of the refinery and a substantial area of land surrounding it, it is fitting to share some of Raphaelson's photographs. Here, in all its colour and chaos, is a prime example of post-industrial America. But as we marvel at its past, we also celebrate its future. New renderings also published here reveal the remarkable remodelling of the old sugar refinery's waterfront that is currently underway, and being led by Two Trees Management. paulraphaelson.com | twotreesny.com

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Š 2017 Paul Raphaelson from the book: 'Brooklyn’s Sweet Ruin: Relics and Stories of the Domino Sugar Refinery' Photographs and text by Paul Raphaelson Schiffer Publishing, amazon.com


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DOMINO SUGAR FA C T O R Y ; THROUGH THE AGES

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William Havemeyer, the founder of Domino Sugar, first begins his career in the industry

William Havemeyer opens his own refinery with his brother. Their sons inherit it in 1828

Domino Sugar Refinery in Williamsburg is built. Fire destroyed it in 1882 so it was rebuilt in brick

In Yonkers, New York, the refining of sugar commences. It still happens there today

The Crystal Domino Sugar brand receives its official United States trademark in this year

The illuminated sign of Domino Sugar is lifted into position on site at Brooklyn's waterfront

The cavernous building would once have reverberated with astonishing noise levels. Harsh conditions. Yet the refinery inspired camaraderie.

Abandoned one-of-a-kind controls and machinery are depicted in the book. It includes interviews with the workers, recalling the daily hazards.

The blowup tanks at the top of the filter house are amongst the surreal forms captured in intense detail in Paul Raphaelson's memorable book.


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The highly anticipated Domino Park is six acres in size. It took six years to plan, with the community's input.

Williamsburg's residents hadn't been able to access the waterfront in over a century.That has now all changed.

Renderings courtesy of Two Trees Management and Aether Images

A rendering of New York's Domino Sugar Factory reveals an impressive glass extension to the brick building.


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INTERIORS TRENDS

WAREHOUSE FEATURES

C ON S T R U C T I ON TA B L E S Brut trestles by Konstantin Grcic for Magis, €1,680, magisdesign.com

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A different brick in the wall Exposed brick is another feature admired in warehouse homes. If you are embarking on building work, consider innovative Dutch firm StoneCycling. They recycle industrial waste to hand- and machine make sustainable bricks in a variety of sizes and colours.

Former warehouses offer heritage features seldom found in standard homes. Their distinctive windows are so sought after that the look is being recreated for every property; small scale and soaring solutions.

Classic Divide 3.

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1. Frame cabinet with one door, €2,402, louiseroe.dk

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2. Portapivot 6530 XL, from €2,000, portapivot.com 3. Amandine fifteen pane mirror, £495, grahamandgreen.co.uk 4. Shower Wall, £899, nichba-design.dk 5. Custom wine store, price upon request, hollowayskitchens.com

StoneCycling photography by Dim Balsem

WasteBasedBricks, from €105 per sq m, stonecycling.com

BEAMING WITH PRIDE The I- or H-beam, also known as the Double-T, is a structural steel often left exposed in older industrial conversions, bearing heavy loads in the construction of the building. The iconic form is increasingly carrying weight in the design world by inspiring furniture and decorative pieces.

Max-Beam end table in Smoke £211, madeindesign.co.uk

IPN sofa end table in Carrara marble £1,184, ligne-roset.com

Mais Plus Que Cela Je Ne Peux Pas £460, christopherwray.com

Kata H-steel small tray From 3,570 JPY, suppose.jp

Beams chair in deep black €250, eajy.de


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CRITTALL WINDOWS

Crittall windows are as versatile as they are timeless. c h r i s e at on , st i f f + t r e v i l l i on

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Francis Berrington Crittall purchased an ironmongery in Braintree, set on the south eastern coast of England, in 1849. When his son took over the business in 1883 he soon began to implement new practices, and 1884 saw the production of metal windows for the first time. Today, Crittall windows are readily recognisable.

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ssociate Director at award-winning architects Stiff + Trevillion, Chris Eaton recently spoke to Warehouse Home about the practice's residential work. And he discussed in particular a strong commitment to close collaboration with every client to achieve an outcome entirely individual to each property. With that in mind, it might then seem contradictory, he concedes, that so many of the firm's residential projects have incorporated Crittall windows. And notably none of these projects has been an industrial building. But there have clearly been sound reasons for installing this iconic glazing treatment in every one of these properties. It is a timeless design. "Contemporary glazing can age very easily," explains Eaton, "but Crittall windows don't date, they create a good balance between traditional and contemporary and don't look out of place with other period features." The construction of this fenestration sets it apart too. "The slender steel frames are robust but also strike an elegant aesthetic. And by altering the dimensions of the panels, you achieve radically different looks." An entire wall can be replaced with Crittall windows to divide space while maintaining a visual connection, a smaller glazing panel can be inserted above a doorway to complement sash windows and bring in more light. "We first incorporated this glazing into a residential project in 2005. I was inspired by a bakery in Copenhagen," reflects Eaton. "Our recent projects include a family home in North Kensington, London. And the industrial window style is still admired." stiffandtrevillion.com

Hampstead Black and white

In the bathroom, a matching pair of Crittall encased units stand either side of the bath and contain a large shower and toilet. The black frames set the tone for the sophisticated yet dramatic monochromatic interior.

This project, a family home originally constructed in the mid 1880s and sited within a London Conservation area, is the final result of an extensive collaboration between home owner and architectural firm. As well as fully restructuring the internal floorplates, Stiff + Trevillion conceived a new basement level, a two-storey side return and an extension to the rear of the property. In using stucco together with a London stock brick, the firm ensured that the additions to this property complemented the neighbouring properties. A spacious, light-filled family home was the striking result. Crittall-style windows to the rear of the property flood its interiors with natural daylight.


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North Kensington Room with a view

Ealing Making connections

Hampstead photography by Andy Stagg; all other photography by Kilian O'Sullivan

In Ealing, west London, Stiff + Trevillion were challenged with bringing an industrial aesthetic into a large family home filled with antiques and original art. Here, concrete, steel and metro tiles successfully sit in perfect harmony with parquet flooring.

Crittall windows on the exterior of this home and internally too serve as a connecting idea for old and new elements. They're at once traditional and modern. So while glass doors serve to open up the interiors, they are also the right choice to suit the homeowners' lifestyle and their eclectic decorative tastes. And we would suggest that they are this property's defining feature.

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The use of white metal frames in the dining area immediately creates an entirely different impression. These interior windows provide plenty of natural light in the dining room and ensure the staircase can be admired.

The narrow faรงade of this west London house hides an interior of surprisingly large volumes. It is a retained faรงade. Behind it, the intelligently reconstructed floorplan has created generous new ceiling heights. And it is the spaciousness of this family

home that Stiff + Trevillion have focused on emphasising further with sliding doors and glazed internal screens. The inclusion of distinctive Crittall windows in the property's exterior wall acts as a beautiful framing for views of the two-level patio garden in the kitchen's dining area. A set of double factory style doors is a striking focal point in this part of the home's ground floor too.


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LUNAR

Moon bowl in Smoke by Kartell £66, amara.com Mother Of Pearl resin dishes From £50, dinosaurdesigns.co.uk

The light side of the moon The warm glow of the orbiting moon is clearly referenced in a growing number of imaginative lighting designs. The impact of these pendants and wall lights is astronomical, eclipsing all others.

Moon vase €129.95, menu.as

Melt Chrome pendant, £680, tomdixon.net

Moon Island rug by Juan Montoya for Stepevi £2,300, stepevi.com

Pablo side table by House Doctor £135, designvintage.co.uk

LUNAR LANDINGS

MOON ROCKS

IC Lights Ceiling/Wall 2 in chrome steel by Michael Anastassiades for Flos, £407, twentytwentyone.com

The motion of the moon affects the tidal patterns on Earth. And now that familiar sphere is inspiring furniture and accessories for this planet too. Here are the designs our radar picked up for your space.

Inverted Spaces $32 per sq ft, calicowallpaper.com

Smoked trivet £25, granbyworkshop.co.uk

Lune, £580, Satellite, £180, by DCW éditions, hollowaysofludlow.com

Moon System sofa photography by Fabrizio Bergamo

Moon System sofa From £9,515, zaha-hadid-design.com

Graypants Moon white pendant, from £185, naken.co.uk


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GLACIAL

INTERIORS TRENDS

He who cannot put his thoughts on ice should not enter into the heat of dispute. friedrich nietzsche

Cool as ice Frozen in time, it's clear that designs based on ice formations and glaciers will always be on trend. We round up a few sitting at the tip of the iceberg.

Swell I rug Price upon request, edwardfields.com

MELTING MASTERPIECES

MULTILAYERED The renowned artist Fernando Mastrangelo is often inspired by natural phenomena. These seats (below) have sedimentary qualities, while the Swell I rug (above) is a pretty but poignant observation of climate change and the ever rising sea levels. See fernandomastrangelo.com

Escape drum $7,500

Liquid Glacial chair photography by Martin Slivka; Escape drum and Drift sofa photography by Cary Whittier; Swell I rug photography by Fernando Mastrangelo Studio

Drift sofa $56,000

Clockwise, from top left: The Liquid Glacial chair, designed by the inimitable Zaha Hadid, is part of a collection of furniture all resembling dramatic ice formations. Its acrylic form has the appearance of melting water. Price upon request, zaha-hadid-design.com; Glacier coffee table, £7,750, timothyoulton.com; Tall Illusion coffee table by John Brauer, £311, madeindesign.co.uk; Glacier, price upon request, brodieneill.com; Glaciarium crystal decorative dish by Atelier Swarovski, £349, amara.com; Ultima Thule bowl by Tapio Wirkkala for Iittala, £39, scp.co.uk; The Frozen pendant by Lasvit evokes stalactites and frozen cave formations and seems to melt from its bulbholder. £1,320, hollowaysofludlow.com

IN THE BUBBLE When glass is treated at high temperatures, gas and air can get in to the molten mass and form bubbles. These bubbles, suspended within the thickness of the glass, imbue every piece with a distinctive 'living' quality. We've collected together a few homeware designs that, for us, represent a very different glass.

Bubbles tumbler by British Colour Standard, £6, heals.com

Agine jug, £40.75, lenebjerre.com

Tapio Sherry glass by Iittala, £31.50, skandium.com

Green bubble tea light holder, £12, trouva.com

Besa Juni mini pendant in gold glass with satin nickel finish, $216, lampsplus.com

Dotti paperweight by Broste Copenhagen, £23.80, trouva.com


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PEELING PAINT

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Expert paint manufacturers Craig & Rose have devised a clever copper paint for any suitably prepared paintable surface. Apply Artisan Copper Patina on top of Artisan Copper and achieve a convincing weathered metal finish, indoors and outside. From £8 for 250ml, craigandrose.com

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OFF THE WALL Textura rug £2,500, floorstory.co.uk

Peeling back the layers The Swedish design firm Stoft Studio has conceived a pine furniture range inspired by peeling bark, with cabinets painted in natural algae colours. Whittle Away standing cabinet, €6,110, stoft-studio.com

PEELING GOOD

On the surface of it, the latest craze for peeling paint designs could be a passing trend. But we think this stripped effect, printed on furniture and decorative pieces, is far from being flaky.

Peeling Paint Blue Hue, £110 per roll, elladoran.co.uk

Crackle wallpaper in blue, £78 per roll, andrewmartin.co.uk

Mimi dining chair by Timothy Oulton £305, heals.com

(From top) Washed Denim Copper hand knotted rug, from £3,950, Pompeii hand knotted rug, £3,750, Como hand knotted rug, £3,750, all bazaarvelvet.com

Green Peel throw pillow $38.99, society6.com

Large Birchwood Textures tray £32, ruthholly.co.uk

Arthouse Cabin Wood, £6.98 per roll, wallpaperdirect.com

PAINTERLY PRINTS The renowned British designer Tom Dixon commissioned a series of abstract architectural watercolours based on urban landscapes and then rendered them onto these soft linen mix cushions in attractive colours.

Paint cushions, part of the Tom Dixon limited edition Super Texture 2018 collection, come in three sizes and are just as attractive when displayed individually or as a set.

Stoft Studio photography by Ulrika Kestere

Paint cushions, from £70 each, tomdixon.net


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NEW BOHEMIAN

Wicker, rattan and cane are ideal for summer styling and adding a bohemian touch to any interiors scheme. This Danish side table is an original way to channel boho, combining a classic form with a contemporary play on the more traditional wicker furniture. For a larger statement piece, we would propose this Cane sideboard in sycamore wood with woven cane panelling; it's modern and exotic. Tie the look together and give it a distinctive industrial twist with gold wire-mesh pendant lighting. Handcrafted in India, its delicate crochet pattern casts a beautiful light effect when the bulb shines.

Interwoven

Wicker of light

Leather tassel chandelier in grey £220, rockettstgeorge.co.uk

NORTH AFRICAN CHIC

Cone lamp in matt gold, $165, aurahome.com.au

Aztec throw £45, frenchconnection.com

INTERIORS TRENDS

Mina printed armchair £495, grahamandgreen.co.uk

Fes tufted rug From £229, made.com

These Berber prints preserve the ancient weaving techniques and patterns of the indigenous peoples of north Africa. We select designs with tassels and knotting that are perfect for every modern rustic scheme. And you do not have to travel to the souk, they are all from the high street.

Monochrome cotton rug From £88, designvintage.co.uk Rattan side table by House Doctor, £110, designvintage.co.uk

cane.01, €3,690, mo-ow.com

Large sequin pouffe £195, frenchconnection.com

Square jacquard cushion £65, attpynta.com

Henry pouffe in Zig Zag by Donna Wilson for SCP £330, scp.co.uk

Integral indoor/outdoor pillow £118, anthropologie.com

Fringe bolster cushion by Kim Norrie £210, thenewcraftsmen.com


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PLASTIC

Nectar lampshade by Rebecca Asquith From $290 NZD, designtree.co.nz

Fractured bench by Snarkitecture for Pentatonic £2,000, pentatonic.com

PET PROJECTS

FELT LIKE HEAVEN

Recycled and recyclable, PET fabric is crafted from plastic but has a finished tactile quality of soft felt.

THE IMPACT OF PLASTIC IN NUMBERS

Amoeba made to order felt wall art Price upon request, lamacek.com

10 YEARS

Top: Table Luisa in Party, €268 Above: The collection, from €120 Below: Chair Charlie in Ocean, €159

Håll lamp £260, beaubirkett.com

DURING THE LAST TEN YEARS WE HAVE PRODUCED MORE PLASTIC THAN THROUGH THE WHOLE OF THE LAST CENTURY

Håll lamp photography by Ed Tritton ecoBirdy photography by Arne Jennard

Dutch design label DeVorm develops products for architects, interior designers and commercial customers. The Workplace Divider lamp and PET felt bar stool are available in 10 colours. Price upon request, devorm.nl

Astonishingly, 90 percent of children's plastic toys have a lifespan of just six months. 80 percent of children's plastic toys end up in landfills, waste incinerators and in oceans. A Belgian design firm, ecoBirdy, collects then recycles plastic toys to create colourful new children's furniture. A story book and a school programme explain the work. ecobirdy.com

The Chair €850, plasticwhale.com

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Restore basket by Mika Tolvanen €79 each, muuto.com

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MYCELIUM

INTERIORS TRENDS

Well Proven chair by James Shaw and Marjan van Aubel, £1,800, wellprovenchair.com

MATERIAL GAINS

ORGANIC ATTRACTION

With a growing concern for the amount of plastic waste being generated around the world, we chair a debate on design alternatives. These stylish seats are all crafted from sustainable materials. And surely that will sit well with everyone. Take a seat.

Mycelium and timber light shades photography by Petr Petr Krejčí Wall tiles photography by Maurizio Montalti; Well Proven chair photography by Petr Krejčí

Hembury Chair by Solidwool £399, heals.com

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JIN chair Price upon request, jinkuramoto.com

Mycelium is the vegetative part of a fungus, consisting of a mass of branching, white thread-like hyphae. This might sound like an unlikely starting point for homeware, but enterprising designers are finding ways to craft these natural fibres into a material akin to suede that can be used for designs ranging from tables to lamps. Such sustainable solutions for homes should be second nature.

Clockwise, from top left: Wall tiles by Mogu Home, €80 per sq m, mogu.bio; Pouf, €290, Table, €390, krown-design.com; MushLume Cup Light table lamp, $595, flowandchaos.com; Myx-tile, price upon request, jonasedvard.dk; Veiled Lady 2.0 by Klarenbeek & Dros, price upon request, ericklarenbeek.com; Sebastian Cox is one of the latest designers to experiment with mycelium. Sebastian joined forces with researcher Ninela Ivanova to organise a laboratory of biofacture and investigate the material's potential use for furniture design. These lights from the collection explore the ancient relationship between wood and fungus, with strips of scrap willow sourced from Sebastian's own woodland. The light shades appear to grow in situ. Mycelium and timber light shades by Sebastian Cox and Ninela Ivanova, price upon request, sebastiancox.co.uk

Artichair Price upon request, kizistudio.com

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THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT IN TONS OF PLASTIC THAT WE ARE PRODUCING ANNUALLY

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DESIGN FOR LIFE

AT YOUR SERVICE

DESIGN STUDIO

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HOME

This moodboard created for a professional homeowner with a property built in 1810 focused on a sophisticated rust-inspired colour palette with dark green accents and contrasting metal elements.

The Warehouse Home interior design studio creates original vintage and industrial style schemes for both residential and commercial spaces, operating internationally. We collaborate closely with each client to meet their individual requirements. Visit mywarehousehome.com to submit your project details.

OFFICE

Home (Clockwise, from left) Develius modular sofa by Edward Van Vliet, from £1,396, Lato tables, from £464 each, andtradition.com; Abal Capsule mirror by Matter Made, £3,050, Twine bench/console by Alessandro Stabile, from £2,570, monologuelondon.com; Aguiar Cuba by Gina Parr, from £625, riseart.com; In The Tube 120-1300 by DCW éditions, from £1,113.00, hollowaysofludlow.com; Beetle dining chair in dark pink with brass legs, by GamFratesi for Gubi, £338, conranshop.com; Wall Hooks in Verde Alpi marble by Elisa Ossino for Salvatori, from £80, monologuelondon.com; Textured Concrete wall mural, from £50 per sq m, surfaceview.co.uk Office (Clockwise, from left) USM Haller bookcase and storage, £1,453, usm.com; Porcelain, $4,250, designerrugs.com.au; Iron Maiden sofa by Diesel Living with Moroso, £3.580, moroso.co.uk; Korean Flameproof Edison LED twin strip light in orange, £650, loomlightdesign.com; 3.4 metre vintage industrial table, £3,400, vintagematters.co.uk; Bisque classic radiator in Rustique, price upon request, bisque.co.uk; Vintage metal folding chair, £42.50, scaramangashop.co.uk; Vestiaire three door bas storage cabinet in perforated steel in Night Blue with Oak handles by Chantal Andriot, £1,232, madeindesign.co.uk; Background in Concrete III White wall mural, from £50 per sq m, surfaceview.co.uk

Diesel Living with Moroso photography by Alessandro Paderni

A TV production company with new offices in a former warehouse asked our team for a scheme that reflected the building's heritage. We offset patinated pieces with flashes of vibrant orange.


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LIVING ROOM

LIVING THE LIFE

HOME STYLING

photography by beth evans / styling by hannah bort

LOUNGE AROUND

A brick-built Victorian building that started life as a furniture warehouse was an appropriate place for our team to style a series of original schemes showcasing striking new designs and vintage finds. The distressed timber flooring and soaring beams, together with flaking paint on the exposed brick walls, set a raw industrial backdrop. We embraced these captivating original features and the dramatic double-height spaces and enhanced them with fine furniture items in leather and velvet.


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(Opposite page, from left) 1087 Dome light, £78, retrouvius.com; Vintage elm stool, £408, larusi.com; Laka handmade teak bowls, from £16 each, caravane.fr; Medium Sekki pot in Rust, €34, fermliving.com; Green Arc, acrylic pumice and mixed media artwork, £1,100, lizagilesart.com; Safari lounge chair, £495, frenchconnection.com; Terracotta velvet cushion, £45, thehackneydraper.co.uk; Wind Pouf in Caramel Cafe by Broste Copenhagen, £540, amara.com; All plants, stylist’s own (Above, from left) Industrial shelving unit with wooden shelves, £485, theoldcinema.co.uk; (On the shelving unit, from top to bottom) Mold vase in Chocolat by Kateryna Sokolova for Ligne Roset, £254, ligne-roset.com; Dark green bowl, £5.50, anartfullife.co.uk; Sekki bowl in Rust, €69 for a set of three, fermliving.com; 0336 Medium red storage boxes, £7.20, 0386 Large red storage boxes, £9.60, retrouvius.com; Antique sycamore dairy bowl, £250, puckhaberdecorativeantiques.com; Vintage elm stool, £408, larusi.com; Medium Sekki pot in Rust, €34, fermliving.com; Cloud 3 by Jan Kath at FRONT, £2,650 per sq m, frontrugs.com; Rondo Sofa Tan Leather by Lucy Kurrein for Molinari exclusively at The Conran Shop, £8,495, conranshop.com; (On the leather sofa, from left) Merino wool throw in Russet, 130cm x 200cm, £156, larusi.com; Velvet cushion in Cool Lilac, £48, minkinteriors.com; Joséphine cushion in White Story, €99, elitis.fr; Rectangular velvet cushion in Red Earth, £75, minkinteriors.com; (In front of the sofa) Large Around coffee table in dark red by Muuto, £495, heals.com; Decorative Antique Fragments, £480 for a set of six, puckhaberdecorativeantiques.com; Edge mug by Skagerak, £12, 16cm Edge vase by Skagerak, £32, skandium.com; Vintage wooden mortar, £78, larusi.com; Decorative Antique Fragments, as before; Cushion cover in Port, €50, tinekhome.com; Industriell armchair, £120, ikea.com; Luni cushion cover in Naturel, £71 excluding cushion pad, caravane.fr; Wind Pouf in Caramel Cafe by Broste Copenhagen, £540, amara.com; All plants, stylist’s own; (Hanging on the wall) Grass & Black (Composition VI) 2017, mixed media on canvas artwork, £1,500, lizagilesart.com


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Above, from left: Canberra vintage industrial mesh cabinet, £520, hegrondecarle.co.uk; (Inside the Cabinet) Antique sycamore dairy bowl, £250, Swedish Burr Yew bowl, £250, puckhaberdecorativeantiques.com; 1L screw lid preserving jar, £6 each, labourandwait.co.uk; Rustic linen napkin in Spa Green, 48 x 48cm, £7.99 each, linenme.com; Small oval vintage zinc planter, £35, vintagematters.co.uk; 1166 Folded steel chair, £294, retrouvius.com; Lara linen tablecloth in Canyon Rose, 135 x 250cm, £56.99, linenme.com; Industrial style tapered leg dining table with a reclaimed wooden plank tabletop, from £1,140, theoldcinema.co.uk; French Bistro glass, £35 each, puckhaberdecorativeantiques.com; Bloomingville Ella ceramic dinner plate, £19 each, padlifestyle.com; Glazed porcelain bowl in Smoke, €15 each, tinekhome.com; Stonewashed cutlery collection, from £9, conranshop.com; 1166 Folded steel chair, as before; Stonewashed cutlery collection, as before; Drupe mill in Red Brown Ash, €54, fermliving.com; Terracotta pitcher unglazed brown by Reiko Kaneko, £65, scp.co.uk; Glazed porcelain plate in Toffee, €22.50, tinekhome.com; Terra.Cotto cast iron casserole pot by Sambonet in Curry, £175, conranshop.com; French Bistro glasses, as before; Bistro chair by Alejandro Villarreal in red, £495 for a pair, hayche.com; (Hanging) Prismatic dome pendant medium with braided cable and antique brass fixtures by Old School Electric, £125, Elongated prismatic pendant with braided cable and antique brass fixtures by Old School Electric, £110, hollowaysofludlow.com; (Far right) Seychelles vintage industrial display and storage cabinet, £685, hegrondecarle.co.uk (Inside the cabinet) 0.75 preserving jar, £5 each, labourandwait.co.uk; NORI tumbler in pink, from £12.50, NORI bowl in pink, £18.50, both by KINTO, scp.co.uk; Lara washed linen napkin in Cherry, 42 x 42cm, £5.49 each, linenme.com; Glazed porcelain pasta bowl in Toffee, €37.50, tinekhome.com; All plants, stylist’s own


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In this room, the enormous sliding doors and large windows further emphasise the dramatic height and open floor space. Vintage metal furniture, which has patinated with age, is placed beside robust modern designs and colourful old and new powder-coated pieces. A table with a reclaimed plank top is dressed with a linen cloth and mismatched terracotta and china tableware for a relaxed dining scene. Above, two attractive prismatic glass pendant lights, evoking Holophane factory lighting, complete the arrangement.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Above: Industrial style tapered leg table with reclaimed plank top, from £1,140, theoldcinema.co.uk; Lara linen tablecloth in Canyon Rose, £56.99, linenme.com; Facet glass for candle in Dust, €11.25, tinekhome. com; Sculpt vase well in Rust, €54, fermliving.com; NORI tumbler in pink by KINTO, £12.50, scp.co.uk; Hand numbered vintage tea tin by Finlays Tea Traders, £25 each, lassco.co.uk; Breakfast bowl in pink by Manufacture de Digoin, £20 each, Stonewashed cutlery collection, from £9, conranshop.com; Greyish stone plate, £102, larusi.com; Swedish Burr Yew bowl, £250, puckhaberdecorativeantiques.com; 2D vase in ochre, £43, ligne-roset.com; Lucca water tumbler in rose, £9, conranshop.com; All flowers, stylist’s own


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(Main, from left) Mía rug in Brick by Nani Marquina, 170cm x 240cm, €1,720, nanimarquina.com; Track cushion in Red/Sand by Murmur, £45, amara.com; Cushion cover in Port, €50, tinekhome.com; Tenon Table with classic grey pedestal and custom finish Spring Flint table top by From the Land for Another Country, £645, anothercountry.com; Vault bubble glass object by Ferm Living, £35, truceonline. co.uk; Candle, stylist’s own; Louis Vuitton City Guide Lisbon, £26, Lucca Rose water tumbler, £9, conranshop.com; Raul king bed frame in Lumino Old Rose velvet with American walnut feet, £1,119, barkerandstonehouse.co.uk; King size pre-washed linen flat sheet in Salmon, £158.20, Pre-washed linen pillowcase in Salmon, £48 each, Pre-washed linen pillowcase in Raw Umber, £48 each, larusi. com; Bajna cotton khadi cushion in Charcoal Lines, £60, caravane.fr; Rem king size duvet cover in rusty orange, £435, Nid blanket in pale pink, £440, societylimonta.com; Medium Hungarian wooden dough bowl trencher, £115, mayflyvintage. co.uk; Twill linen cushion cover in Copper, £45, conranshop.com; Cushion cover in Rose, €58, tinekhome.com; Benjamin enamel shade, £250, lassco.co.uk; Safari lounge chair, £495, frenchconnection.com; Alkmaar concrete vase, £22, Genk concrete vase, £19.50, wyldhome.com; Vintage wooden mortar, £78, larusi.com; Rustic stool 2.3 in Yellow HDF, £1,250, marklaban.com; Retro bowl Flame, £7, abodeliving.co.uk; Aido stool, £129, urbanoutfitters.com; All plants, stylist’s own (Detail) Thick woven cushion cover in pink with horizontal stripes, £58, tinekhome.com; Twill linen cushion cover in Copper, £45, conranshop. com; Cushion cover in Port Harle pattern, €58, tinekhome.com; Merino wool throw in Russet, £156, larusi.com

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The success of this beautiful bedroom scheme rests upon the contrast between the luxurious bed, upholstered in sumptuous pink velvet, and linens in Salmon, Umber and Copper. A Berber inspired rug in a strong terracotta shade adds another textural quality to the space and is the perfect complement for the old wooden floor. Woven and carved furniture bring further variety. Embracing the notion of contemporary loft living, the bed was positioned in the centre of the room with an open-plan layout.


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Out Of Office In 1952, the Danish designer Arne Jacobsen was commissioned to conceive a gift for the offices of the American-Scandinavian Foundation in New York. The handsome AJ52 Society Table has been relaunched as a part of the Carl Hansen & Søn collection. A distinctive design in its time, the desk remains an icon to this day. With its slim leather top and tubular steel frame, it's a hero piece in our industrial home office.

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(Above main, from left) Jute Macramè shopping bag in grey by Maison Bengal, £39, conranshop.com; Rolls of decorative papers, stylist’s own (On the wall) String Pocket shelving in burgundy, £122, nest.co.uk; Concrete Going Overground small tile in terracotta, £179 per sq m, sminkthings.co.uk; Hettie B vase, £12.50, wyldhome.com; Rolls of decorative paper, as before; Concrete Going Overground small tile in terracotta, £179 per sq m; AJ52 Society table with brown leather top and oiled oak drawers by Arne Jacobsen, £5,442, carlhansen.com; Facett chair in Divina 673, from £801, ligne-roset.com; (On the table, from left) Mechanical pencil, £8.50, labourandwait.co.uk; Biny table lamp by DCW éditions, £307, hollowaysofludlow.com; JO notepad in Red Shapes, 89,00 kr, UMA notepad in rose, 149,00 kr, notem-studio.com; EPOCH medium bowl in pastel pink, £18, yodandco. com; Hanging twine on vintage bobbin, £18, vintagematters.co.uk; Pens, stylist’s own; Decorative Antique Fragments, £480 for a set of six, puckhaberdecorativeantiques.com; Striped box square in Bordeaux/Rose, €19, Striped box rectangle in Bordeaux/Rose, €19, fermliving.com; Fading World Babylon Sherazad rug in 8548, 170cm x 240cm, £445, floorstory.co.uk; 1149 Bauhaus Tubular chair, £414, retrouvius.com (On the chair) Warehouse Home book published by Thames & Hudson, £22.95, mywarehousehome.com/ book; Decorative French ledgers, £250 for a set of three, puckhaberdecorativeantiques.com; All plants, stylist’s own (Detail, from left) (In drawer) Warehouse Home Issue Seven, £3, mywarehousehome.com/subscriptions; AJ52 Lamp module, £1,518, carlhansen.com; Aluminium pegs, £8.50, labourandwait.co.uk; Brass paperweight by Y Studio, £17, goodhoodstore.com; Plant atomiser, £14, labourandwait.co.uk; Large concrete pot in ochre, €119, fermliving.com; All others as in above main image.


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Sitting comfortably Graham & Green is renowned for its quirky and bohemian style and for its distinctive industrial designs. The brand's signature pieces are perfect for modern rustic schemes and warehouse homes. The new summer collection features contrasting materials, with artisanal pieces and Moroccan inspired accessories. Settle in for the season. For more, visit grahamandgreen.co.uk

For a sophisticated industrial scheme this season, put mixed metals with different timbers, then offset rustic materials with velvet in rich jewel tones. Here are our recommended designs.

READER OFFER Enjoy 15% off any Graham & Green purchase, either online or in store, exclusively with Warehouse Home magazine. Simply quote the code WAREHOUSEHOME15 at the checkout. The Ashton dining table, £1,245, and matching bench, £550, are handmade with intricate mango wood tops.

The aptly named Deep Dream sofa comes in sumptuous velvet. £1,975. The Berber-inspired Myla rug is £328.

This tall iron shelving unit, £895, is a must-have feature for any industrial interior. It has a multitude of possible uses and, with metal castors, it's easy to move around the home. Graham & Green's iron table island, £995, is a firm favourite of the Warehouse Home team. With clever storage underneath, it can serve as a striking breakfast bar.

The Ashton sideboard is the best partner for the dining table but makes a bold statement on its own too. £795

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COOKED PERFECTION

Holy Cow This rustic tableware collection is crafted from clay and cow excrement. A transparent glaze means it's as safe to use for food as terracotta - and just as stylish. Merdacotta tableware, from €16, theshitmuseum.org

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Cool Storage The larder, a room or cupboard used to store food, is having a comeback. Cabinets mounted on castors suit any open-plan scheme, while a vintage find or modern black pantry will create a focal point in every kitchen.

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From an inside-out design that exposes the cabinets' framework to stainless steel and patinated metal modules, we dish up original kitchen designs proving simple ingredients are often the tastiest.

Wine Trunk cabinet, £595, grahamandgreen.co.uk

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Ceragino in oxidised metal, from €6,000, sanwacompany.co.jp

Liberi In Cucina Alpes designed by Nico Moretto, £30,834, conranshop.com

Kitchen larder cupboard, £1,075, scaramangashop.co.uk

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Merdacotta tableware photography by Henrik Blomqvist

Pantry box in black by Sylvia G, £4,800, wrkbnch.co.uk

ON THE SURFACE Incorporating a colourful new worksurface is a dramatic way to revamp your kitchen. We've selected three of our favourite kitchen counter materials. And an impressive concrete surface that takes on the appearance of a casually folded tablecloth is the perfect side helping to accompany on a nearby wall.

Fusion Fire Quartzite From £510 per sq m, geraldculliford.co.uk

Fusion Blue Quartzite From £935 per sq m, geraldculliford.co.uk

4046 Excava From £300 per sq m, caesarstone.co.uk

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WATER WORKS

Why opt for the merely functional when you can create a striking feature in any modern bathroom with one of these sculptural freestanding basins. Whether carved from Carrara marble or clad with strips of rich walnut, these elegant and eye-catching designs stand apart.

(Top) PIXEL (Main) INTROVERSO. Both crafted from Carrara marble, customisable by utilising a hammer. Designed by Paolo Ulian, price upon request, antoniolupi.it

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Tapping In 2018 marks the 50th anniversary of Vola taps, originally produced as a collaboration between Danish brand Vola and the celebrated architect and designer Arne Jacobsen. In 1968, Verner Overgaard, founder of Vola, enlisted Jacobsen's input on his idea for modern wall-mounted spouts. The 111 taps are modular, so they can be installed in a variety of configurations, and they come in a range of colours and metallic finishes. Fifty years on, the 111 and HV1 remain first among faucets. (Left) HV1 Deck mounted single lever mixer in powder coated finishes, from £458.40 (Right) 111 Wall mounted single lever mixer with spout, from £856.80, vola.com


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LIGHT FORCE 1. Wireflow designed by Arik Levy, from €345, vibia.com 2. The Arrangements Pendants by Michael Anastassiades for Flos are available as individual components in various geometric shapes which interlock. From £1,395, heals.com 3. Porcelain Lamp, €395, studiowm.com 4. LOT by Fools Gold, price upon request, foolsgold.cc 5. Cast Pendant in Shape 3, €99,95, and Shape 4, €249,95, menu.as 6. THIN task lamp designed by Peter Bristol, from $475, juniperdesign.com 7. Kuu reversible light prototype in plywood and acrylic for Mater, price upon request, elinaulvio.fi

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COMPLEX CONSTRUCT At a rather impressive two metres in height, this Transmission floor lamp is reminiscent of towering pylons and radio masts. The design combines a metal frame base with moulded glass half-dome shades. The lamp is perfect for industrial environs. For maximum impact, there is also a matching glass pendant light. We'll broadcast this: Transmission floor lamp by deFORM for LASVIT, £20,760, lasvit.com

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Geometric lighting designs are all the rage this season. But strong linear formations are ideally suited to industrial schemes and we think they will stay the course. Circle around to this trend.

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TRAVEL

Earth might one day soon resemble the planet Venus. S t e p h e n H aw k i n g

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In two of possibly the most unlikely locations, sited at different ends of the earth, we discovered remarkable retreats created out of old industrial remains. Where one nestles in lush mountainous terrain, the other resort makes its mark against a barren backdrop.The success of both hotels is that their founders have embraced industrial origins and ensured that all of the contemporary additions complement rather than contradict older features.

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Renowned as a paradise on Earth, there is also something almost other-worldy about Yangshuo. Situated in the southeast of China, the area is characterised by its karst mountains, verdant hills and broad sweeping Yulong river. Amidst this dramatic scenery is an old sugar mill, built in the 1960s and rescued from demolition by the owners of the Alila hotel group, who had a singular vision for a unique retreat. Beijing based Vector architects and Shenzhen firm Horizontal Space Design embraced the picturesque setting and the heritage features of the old mill and then complemented these with contemporary furnishings, most of which are Chinese designs. A tranquil pool is framed by original industrial trusses. Guest accommodation is situated in new buildings constructed from hollow concrete blocks and board formed raw concrete to complement the oddly romantic old mill complex. alilahotels.com

Alila Yangshuo aerial view and public walkway photography by Hao Chen

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SWEDEN Fabriken Furillen Rute Furilden 870, 624 58 Lärbro, Sweden Furillen is located on a remote peninsula in the north eastern corner of the Swedish island of Gotland. Still largely unknown to tourists, the whole area has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site, with its deserted beaches and, at its heart, an old limestone gravel quarry. The former quarry's buildings have been cleverly converted by entrepreneurial photographer Johan HellstrÜm into an eco-friendly escape. He had initially used the site

as a location for fashion shoots and filming rock music videos. But in 1999, he converted the factory buildings into a unique boutique hotel surrounded by a rough wilderness and craggy rock. Minimalist Scandinavian interiors ensure the emphasis remains securely on the hotel's astonishing setting, which can be explored by bike. The menu changes daily, with ingredients from the local family farm and dishes enjoyed overlooking the azure Baltic. designhotels.com

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The simple, understated decor in the hotel's guest rooms ensures visitors' eyes remain fixed on the impressive views outside their windows. A wood burning stove provides warmth and comfort for colder winter evenings.


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The renovation of this old Mexican factory also created inviting terraces set between its outer walls and bordered by ponds. Outdoor tables and sunken seating areas offer the opportunity to enjoy the warm Mexican evening air.

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The Chablé Resort & Spa on Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula is set amidst green vegetation in a restored 19th century estate. Its three restaurants are presided over by Jorge Vallejo, the world’s 12th best chef, but Ixi'im in particular stands out; it's a gastronomic and architectural triumph.

Enormous metal beams, inserted into a ruined former textile factory's engine room, frame a modern dining experience. The new steel framework references the building's industrial past while also making a clear distinction between heritage and the intervention. The facility once flourished in the production of sisal textiles but today the factory complex encircles a tranquil courtyard. It was vital, explain the four Mexican architectural studios involved in the renovation, to maintain the crumbling walls and use them as partitions for new spaces, including the kitchen, a bar and dining area. Glass walls supported by metal frames offer views onto the lush atrium, surrounded by stone walls. Within these dramatic enclaves, guests can savour fresh ingredients harvested from the hotel's Mayan gardens, where the herbs and vegetables are grown in traditional raised beds. The menu captures nuances of customary southeast Mexican offerings and displays several ancestral techniques. Signature dishes include venison tartare and chargrilled pineapple. After an indulgent dinner at Ixi'im, the most fitting way to conclude the evening is surely with a tequila tasting in the bar, where a variety of aged local spirits await. Arriba! ixiimrestaurant.com

The architects arranged the old factory's transformation as a journey and as guests make their way through the building and towards the restaurant, ever more of the contemporary intervention is revealed to them to striking effect.


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Warehouse Home Issue Eight  

Warehouse Home Issue Eight is the latest edition of the internationally renowned interior design magazine for loft living and the industrial...

Warehouse Home Issue Eight  

Warehouse Home Issue Eight is the latest edition of the internationally renowned interior design magazine for loft living and the industrial...

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