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The Golden Gate Bridge, the Eiffel Tower and the Atomium. These world-renowned steel structures are strong, sturdy and stable. But the other side of steel is playful, delicate and versatile.
This open wardrobe by Various perfectly showcases what kind of metamorphosis steel is capable of when it comes to industrial design. Despite the fact that this material is primarily employed for the construction of machines and buildings, these welded steel rods give every room they adorn a unique aesthetic. The clothing rack provides sufficient space for hanging clothes and accessories. Underneath is the perfect space for fruit boxes, shoes or shallow cabinets. Timeless and elegant.
The open wardrobe by Various is a chic addition to any room. Manufactured from steel heating and water pipes. | Picture: © Various/Peter Müller Photography
Steel is synonymous with cold, hard, straight lines. But it is surprisingly attractive in the curve. These shaped decorative elements project an air of nostalgia while lending modern spaces a certain industrial character. The Industrial Style includes living room furniture that gives the impression it has come straight from an old factory. These subtle contrasts and accents together create an appealing, feel-good character.
The striking steel decor can be attached to walls in living and dining spaces, and give the room a modern Zeitgeist. New, linear furniture meets playful ornaments.
The "Arthur" pendant light is a perfect example of steel’s minimalism. This material may usually be reserved for substantial architectural construction, but when it comes to interior design, we see another side of it altogether in light and delicate accent pieces. The combination of a steel framework with wooden elements and steel cables presents a simultaneous air of robustness and lightness. A wooden element is used to marry the steel frame with the electrical cable and creates a combination of Industrial Style and nature.
The Lampenundleuchten.at is made from steel and wood. The unconventional steel grid framework that functions as the lightshade lends every room a certain je ne sais quoi.