Though we may all be a little bit worn out by the past year of 'industrial chicness' I thought I'd share this rather unusual take on the style..
An old machine hall transformed into a kitchen / dining room.. including the original industrial hardware. The large artwork behind the dining suite is by Eric Poitevin and those two pendant lights by Marcel Wanders.
A section of the 700 square meter conversion is this kitchen, designed by Antonie Bertherat with a mix of designer pieces and IKEA (!)..
I think these original structural inclusions are just wonderful - an honest tribute to the history and origin of this old Swiss mountain factory.
The gigantic art piece by Ugo Rondinone is somewhat secondary to the stunning views through the panoramic window. What a view! As you know, I adore the mountains and I can only imagine the spectacular Winter performance as the snow falls thick and fast..!
Images via Marie Claire Maison