If you’re crazy in love with cosy places, we think we might have found your next obsession! Boasting on Linsen North Road – one of the hottest neighbourhoods in all of Taipei – you’ll find Wu House in the Mountains. It may seem an imposing name, but this house is actually a tiny industrial style loft! It fits the perfect example of making the most of the available space without losing either personality or functionality.
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Taiwanese designer, Alfonso Ideas is the one responsible for this outstanding work. In one place, you can identify a living room, an office, a bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchenette and even a generous closet.
With the essential measurements, the living room and the office make one single area. To bring some industrial vibes, the designer opted for an exposed brick wall corner, exposed pipes and a wooden ladder.
The living area is separated from the bedroom using a metallic, glass screen that is also a bookshelf.
The kitchen displays more modern, smoother lines. To contrast them, Ideas chose to combine an iron and wood table and chairs with an industrial lamp.
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To oppose the TV’s super sleek lines, Alfonso Ideas involved it in vintage industrial elements, like the exposed brick wall, the antique leather trunk, the typewriting machine and the iron and wood centre table (going along with the one in the kitchenette area).
Despite its small size, the loft is full of old vintage props like these Union Jack leather trunks and this super cute old rusty fan.
DelightFULL‘s table lamp Diana in gold plated brass and blue lacquered aluminium. Give your vintage industrial design some pop of colour! The glossy blue gives the mature golden metal the perfect edge, making this lamp extremely versatile!
Content and photography source: www.decoist.com and DelightFULL
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