Industrial interior design developed in the 1950s in New York by reclaiming abandoned spaces that housed offices, laboratories, and businesses. At last, Andy Warhol consolidated this new trend in the world of interiors by converting the fifth floor of 231 East 47th Street, Manhattan, into his industrial studio - called the factory - where he developed his iconic and timeless Pop Art.
Proprio come le sedute della collezione Pippi disegnate da Roberto Paoli, premiate nel 2019 con il Good Design Award, e nel 2021 con il German Design Award. Con la loro peculiare struttura rivestita in tessuto, richiamano le tubature e gli impianti a vista degli spazi produttivi. With their peculiar upholstered structure, they recall the metal pipes ducts seen in old factories. Make a statement by skillfully combining them with more avant-garde materials such as polypropylene.
“Industrial interior design requires just a few essential elements to create unique, eye-catching combinations.” But to create a unique impression with an anachronistic touch in an environment flooded with personality, warmth, and style, choose furnishing accessories that differ from the typical range of colors. Bright highlighting colors such as yellow, red, orange, and blue are ideal. This is why the chairs from Beatriz Sempere’s Apelle collection created with skillful leather processings, find their ideal location, both in homes and public projects.
Pastel colors manage to bring out even more Midj’s soft design. Get inspired by our selection of industrial-style furniture and accessories to create the ideal location for contemporary living.