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St-Clarens HouseMosaic tile doesn’t have to have a purely artisanal feel. In this home with an industrial vibe, the mosaic produces the desired crafted look, enhancing the décor with clean lines and visible hardware. The vintage palette, with white, plexiglass, wood and metal, recalls open-concept lofts in refurbished factories.
Toronto City Hall Bike StationTo celebrate the 50th anniversary of the new Toronto City Hall, architect Vis Sankrithi from UOAI architects worked on the new bicycle station project at Nathan Philips Square.
This open-concept industrial-style kitchen and dining room is absolutely inspiring. The remarkable imitation material enveloping the floors and the walls flawlessly recreates the raw, uneven surfaces of concrete. The jet-black Caesarstone countertop made of composite stone with a polished finish adds a touch of elegance to the room.