Darkly Designer Interiors Decked Out In Stone, Marble And Concrete

Three lofty industrial vibe interiors, each filled with darkly designer pieces of furniture and decor that will draw you in and leave you wanting to see more. Raw rooms feature elements of eye-catching rugged stone, expanses of cool concrete, and large installations of dramatic marble. Earthy brown and green plant accents fall into the mix, layering in sophistication over the seriously industrial tone. Massive open plan living spaces and large bedrooms provide generous canvases on which to paint offbeat concepts and experimental layouts. Lighting is hyper-focussed and mood-shaping throughout, from ambient perimeter modules to slick designer pendant lights that range from the simple to the divine.


Designer: Alexandr Kishlari  
Visualizer: Alexandr Kishlari  

A majestic Bonsai tree leans into the centre of a huge industrial style living room in this 177 square metre home design, located in Chisinau, Moldova. A low-line brown sofa stretches out across the floor by the tree, as though it were a bank of earth from which it grows. A lighter brown ottoman coffee table fills the space in front of the seating, where rugs are scattered around and about.

Mood lighting highlights sharp edges around the room, creating rivers of bright light and falls of dramatic shadow.

A floor lamp illuminates the marble base of the unique sofa design. A matching black marble feature wall floats by its left side.

Stone bookshelves cross the width of the living room. A brown lounge chair and black marble coffee table complete a comfortable reading nook.

A white marble shoe storage volume runs along a concrete passageway, located at one side of the large living room.

The central concrete column in the room is a structural support, but it is also a solid room divider between the lounge and dining room. A black marble dining table stands behind the concrete column, with six brown modern dining chairs lined up along each side. A copper linear bar light shines over the full tabletop.

A bar light of the same design illuminates a black and white marble kitchen island. Three unique peg-like kitchen bar stools are loosely patterned with fiery tones. As we learned in the living room, books are prominent in this house, so in the kitchen an open shelving volume in the base of the island presents an ideal nook for a cookbook collection.

Solid stone sophistication does not stop at the kitchen island. This is a wall to wall marble kitchen, with marble effect drawers, marble countertops and backsplashes, and marble wall shelves.

Even the kitchen sink is a solid marble creation. A copper faucet sits brightly on the ledge of the white and grey veined block.

The kitchen floor tiles lay out diamond patterns to add a homier element.

Marble plinths display artifacts under spotlight, standing to attention against a cool concrete wall.

Raw concrete shapes the grey bedroom decor too.

Flat disc-like bedroom pendant lights hover above the bedside tables, which are a twist on the kitchen bar stools design.

The bed is built from a slab of black marble, with a white marble headboard.

An open plan ensuite bathroom is a triumph of all white marble volumes.

Copper fixtures complete the luxe look.


Designer: Alexandr Kishlari  
Visualizer: Alexandr Kishlari  

Moving on to Guangzhou, China, our second featured home design has a copper exterior.

The copper coloured elements continue into the interior, where a modern sofa awaits at the bottom of an open sided staircase design.

The living room projector plays on a wall of coppery panels. A rug echoes the russet tones of the wall treatment.

A cherry tree grows in the courtyard.

Greenery contrasts against the rosy hue of the walls.

A slender concrete outdoor dining table makes a sympathetic addition to the grey pebble bedded courtyard.

Concrete dining stools stand permanently in their place.

Frameless glass doors pivot to give entry back into the extraordinary house.

A unique staircase rises to a walkway of copper doors.

There is landing with a home library on the other side.

An open fronted closet system furnishes one entire wall of the industrial bedroom. The array of garments soften the look of the raw room.

Wall to wall windows let the daylight wash in.


Designer: Nazar Tsimbalyuk  

Lastly we visit a decidedly plusher industrial style apartment in Melbourne, Australia, measuring in at 180 square metres. Concrete nesting coffee tables are embraced by a softly upholstered sofa design and rippling area rugs. A modern chandelier rain sparkles from the ceiling.

The seating area faces an awesome rugged wall of rock, which undulates in charcoal peaks from the modern fireplace all the way up to the high ceiling line.

Impressive dining room pendant lights form hoops above a dark modern dining set.

The hoop pendants are echoes of a circular cutout in the slatted side of a mezzanine level.

Massive sliding doors reveal a towering library off to the side of the dual story living room.

The kitchen island appears to have been carved straight out of a rockface, before being topped with black concrete. Black kitchen bar stools hang out by its side.

A cool modern staircase design wraps around a zen garden like snake vertebrae.

Sleek grey units form the remainder of the kitchen design, making smooth contrast with the rough rock island.

A grey platform bed is set against a courtyard view in the master bedroom.

Another indoor garden grows by a hanging chair.

The courtyard behind the headboard is actually part of a luxurious bathroom design, with a uniquely beautiful bathtub.

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