Warehouses are used today by creative individuals who love industrial style. Check out these six amazing buildings who have been turned from any old factory or warehouse into something original and interesting.
Melbourne architecture is becoming more creative and different everyday. The industrial style has been taken to enthusiastically by melbournites and can be seen more frequently throughout the city. This house in Fitzroy North is named House in a Warehouse and was built by Splinter Society Architecture.
This house was originally a furniture factory that was converted into a home with modern Japanese design. The house was completed in 2016.
Holding the history of the Industrial Revolution, London is the perfect place to express Industrial Style. This converted ironworks showcases the original Gothic windows, brickwork, industrial staircase and exposed steel beams.
This stunning rebuild is located in Waterloo. It falls easily under the category of a luxury dwelling complimented by the authentic industrial style.
This 465 square meter industrial site was turned into a family home by the addition of timber boxes to create private rooms. The bow-string shaped roof has been restored and filled with sky lights.
New York, USA
A building constructed in 1884, used for packing caviar has been refurbished into a stunning residence by the Andrew Franz Architects. The home features exposed timber beams and the original roof joists.
Top 10 Farm Stories in a Sentence
- 1. Sheep at a second farm in North-West Victoria have died of anthrax, following similar occurrences on a Swan Hill farm. It has not yet spread to humans.
- 2. The majority of new farming debt is going towards expanding existing farms, sparking concerns that young farmers will find it difficult to break into the market.
- 3. Indoor farming is becoming increasing possible, with LED lighting costs dropping by 90 per cent and doubling their lifespan.
- 4. The Australian Bureau of Statistics estimates that by the end of this financial year, Australian farm production will hit a record gross value of $63.8 billion.
- 5. Glencore Grain hosted a three day tour for a Japanese liquor company looking to improve commercial relations with Australian grain exporters.
- 6. Entrepreneur-billionaire Elon Musk has said that he would consider building a 100 megawatt solar electricity farm in South Australia in 100 days, prompting the SA Premier and Prime Minister to scramble to accept the offer.
- 7. A Chinese company has claimed they are soon to purchase Australia’s biggest avocado farm for $192 million. The farm itself, however, has refuted the claims, saying they are still arrange sale and are still considering Australian buyers.
- 8. Leftover brewer’s grain used by major beer manufacturers is being fed to cows to increase milk productivity, also saving dairy farmers money.
- 9. More than 87% of Queensland is officially in drought, with warnings that circumstances are likely to worsen before being alleviated.
- 10. A series of Australian-style butchers are gaining popularity in China, with four shops already open & 16 more in planning. The stores import and sell 100 tonnes of Australian beef a month.
The Plasma Cutter In Steel-melting Action
We use a plasma cutter to cut out plates and cleats that go onto our buildings. The machine uses a concentrated beam of super heated, electrically conductive gas to melt a pinpoint of steel. We can use this machine to cut any shape necessary from a sheet of steel.
To see where our projects have been located, take a look at our interactive map.