Adaptive reuse does much more than just save historic buildings and cut back on construction costs and wastage of resources. It is undoubtedly the biggest reason for the newfound love of all things ‘modern industrial’.
But for those looking to shape a dedicated home office that is removed from the main living area the offers a fun and quirky alternative.
Germany is where we started our look at stunning parking garages and Germany is where it will all end. This glassy beauty though is in the busy little city of Munster.
We are always on the hunt for ways in which we can extend the living area of our home and turn unused spaces into efficient and multitasking areas. With the home office increasingly becoming a must in residences across the globe the space for a dedicated home work area is one that many are left searching for.
Original industrial elements of the home were kept intact and enhance while the street façade was left untouched because of the heritage rules. Exposed brick walls define the living area even as dark steel elements industrial-style windows and wooden ceiling beams are intertwined with comfortable modern décor and polished finishes.
But I always have a few blank stickers on hand so I can write in prices too. such as the lid of a container as shown below: