The presence of metal on walls and doors is a key feature in industrial designs. Whether you are renovating an old warehouse for office space or designing new construction, an industrial design can be achieved through the mixing of building materials and keeping the building's structure exposed. Exposed bricks, wood beams, and heating ducts are key design factors for industrial designs.
The low slopes or flat roofs of industrial buildings are ideal for standing seam roofing panels. Standing seams can be run over open purlin systems and in the long run, makes them very appealing in modern and industrial designs.
Industrial homes and offices are designed to stand out in their environments. From bold, geometric shapes for visual interest to pops of color with neutral tones, metal siding is a popular option for industrial builds.
The best industrial designs use exposed bricks, wood beams, and metal as design inspiration. In these designs, a buildings structural bones are highlighted, not hidden. The raw, unfinished look of weathered bricks and bare metals help to create the increasingly popular, modern industrial style.
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