1. For Lovers Of Industrial Styling

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    By now its no secret how influenced I am by the industrial style. You can achieve the look in a several ways, but right now lets focus on 1; lighting.

    When it comes to industrial pendant fixtures think porcelain enameled shades, cast aluminum bulb cages, and steel or ribbed glass shades were just one of the popular lighting types that illuminated the old factories.

    Read on for a collection of a few of my favourites. (some of which can be purchased!)

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Modern Architecture.

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    Modern Architecture.

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  10. exposed concrete ceilings - think thermal mass and aesthetic material integrity

    exposed concrete ceilings - think thermal mass and aesthetic material integrity

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    Foster Type

    Dave Foster is the designer behind these works. Based in Sidney, Australia he draws typefaces and lettering for design studios, type foundries, brands and individuals around the world. A powerful visual presence is necessary for any message to survive amongst the noise of toda. This is why he is specialized in giving the durability of form required for words to achieve that presence. From single letters to entire typefaces, he tailors custom letter-forms to specific purposes. Featured in the Type Directors Club and on Communication Arts he is one of the leading global typography thinkers.
    Enjoy his work!

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  12. Vertical Glass House in China

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    Measuring a mere 40 square meters, the four-storey windowless house features a glass roof and glass floors on every level, allowing its occupants an unobstructed view from the basement all the way to the sky.

    It is certainly a bold and interesting concept–imagine looking up to see someone using the toilet or taking a shower. Would you like to live in such a house, or are the transparent glass floors too open for comfort?

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