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Industrial interiors are normally saved for loft and warehouse conversions, utilising the surroundings to make a living space that fits in with the original purpose of the building – think huge windows, exposed pipes and unfinished walls. Now the industrial look is a growing trend in many homes and commercial spaces, with many taking inspiration from ‘unfinished’ and utilitarian features and objects. Here are some of our favourite industrial interior trends…

OBJECT lesson: crisply-curated design store schools Manchester's cool kids on little-known brands...

Fans of COS and other concept stories will love the launch of this new concept store in Manchester. Object Man / Woman / Home Fashion fusing with Nordic style

The Situation Room

he Situation Room, an installation aiming for reflection around the contemporary conditions emerging between the digital and the physical realms The form is an assemblage of twenty spheres of incremental diameters, combined to create an envelope of experimental tension. The result is a spatial experience in an environment of transducers and lighting sources through minimal streams

Light Installation Onto a Grey Street by Fos

<p>Antoinette is a soft pale pink inspired by the decorative pieces and interiors of 18th Century France, when the finest red earths were mixed with white and used to make a clear, but dusky colours for walls.</p> <p>Available in 100ml small project pots and 1 litre tins.</p>