| the industrial eclectic trend in interior design |

Industrial Design is the use of both applied art and applied science to improve the aestheticsergonomicsfunctionality, and/or usability of a product, and it may also be used to improve the product’s marketability and even production. The role of an industrial designer is to create and execute design solutions for problems of form, usability, physical ergonomics, marketing, brand development, and sales.[2]

Industrial design can overlap significantly with engineering design, and in different countries the boundaries of the two concepts can vary, but in general engineering focuses principally on functionality or utility of products whereas industrial design focuses principally on aesthetic and user-interface aspects of products. In many jurisdictions this distinction is effectively defined by credentials and/or licensure required to engage in the practice of engineering.[3] And ironically, “industrial design” as such does not overlap much with the engineering sub-discipline of industrial engineering, except for the latter’s sub-specialty of ergonomics. | Industrial_design

This trend in design and architecture has been adopted by many architects and interior designers, and a wide variety of unique and interesting projects have come to life. Here are a few examples and ideas. Enjoy !


1. industrial living room 

cfa9f1c6b8377f7906faa006282729062. industrial style with red lamp accents


3. Paola Navone | Italian Industrial Style

bf9488281c6b8212afacf61733079a164. Edison Avenue |  Bachelor’s Pad


5. industrial trends in dinning spaces


6. home office idea


7. industrial style restaurant 


9. East european | Romanian industrial inspired pubs

93c94c7214cf8b44f6ecc39bb13d0fe810. Industrial accents in lighting ideas


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