Industrial Style Homes (Exteriors)
Check out these spectacular homes showcasing the Industrial style architecture.
1. Garza Camisay Arquitectos Designs Brick Loft-Style Modern Home
This modern Industrial-style home has a red brick facade that gives it a warm presence to soften the hard edges and straight lines. This view shows the graveled backyard with a picnic table by the entrance to the well-lit house and beside it is the large open garage that has brick walls and concrete floor.
Designed by Garza Camisay Arquitectos
This daytime view of the house exterior reveals landscaping of bamboos lining the concrete walls around the house that goes well with the gravel and its bordering shrubs. This view also showcases the home’s large glass windows and sliding doors on the first floor.
2. Industrial Washington DC Condo Conversion by Four Brothers, LLC
Designed by Four Brothers Design + Build
The red brick walls of the house exterior has a finish that showcases craftsmanship and attention to detail with its fine design and patterns. This goes well with the arched windows, gray roofing and two entrances that have a wooden frame with glass panels on it.
3. Creative A & A House by Work of Architects (WoARCHITECTS)
This Industrial-style home announces itself proudly right from the concrete sidewalk entrance with a pure black sliding gate with the house number on display in gold. This opens up to a driveway and walkway to the house that seems like three separate structures piled on top of each other giving it a unique modern aesthetic.
Designed by WoARCHITECTS
This view shows the entrance to house accessed by climbing a set of black stairs that stand out against the white walls of the entryway. This view also showcases the three different materials of the house facade with the top layer made of gray wood, then the textured beige stone walls contrasting the smooth white walls of the entryway.
4. Relaxing House in Vilnius by Aketuri Architektai
This lovely Industrial-style home has a relaxing and inviting quality to it probably due to its subtle cabin in the woods vibe to its brown wooden facade walls. These walls soften up the box design augmented by the large glass windows and sliding doors that open up the house to the well-manicured lawn.
Designed by Aketuri Architektai
Upon closer inspection of the house exterior, you can see here that the glass sliding doors are protected by pull-down black iron shutters that complement the hardwood outdoor flooring of the patio and entryway topped with a large slab of concrete with an artistic design of holes in it.
5. Bold Valley Street by Baran Studio
This slim and bold Industrial-style house has a modern accent to its exterior walls that is different depending on the angle point of view. This side shows a gray facade with a large window on the first floor and smaller windows on the higher levels. Around the corner of this wall is the entryway that has glass doors that are framed with red bricks.
Designed by Baran Studio
This side of the Industrial-style house shows an off-white exterior wall with a textured stripe finish that complements the various-sized glass windows that cast warm and welcoming yellow lights of the interior. This view also shows an out wooden fence augmented by a large tree that provides a nice and homey foreground.
6. Stunning La Hidalga House by Grupo Arquitectura
From this view of the stunning Industrial-style house, you can clearly see the different compartmentalized sections of the house through its glass tall walls and doors. This highlights the house interiors that have white walls, wooden walls and textured stone walls augmented by the warm yellow lights.
Designed by Grupo Arquitectura
This is the entryway into the house that is lower than the sidewalk. It has a pavilion-like detached shed roof with several brown pillars supporting a white ceiling to provide shade for the entryway that has red brick walls that go well with the inclined concrete flooring.
7. Starkly Minimalist Vilnius House by Studio GYZA
This minimalist Industrial-style house stands out against the surrounding landscape full of tall trees and well-manicured lawns of grass. Its unique exterior walls have a striped design made of different shades of gray augmented by large glass walls and doors that offer a subtle view of the interiors with mirror images of the trees.
Designed by Studio GYZA
This closer view of the house shows a high-ceiling central hall surrounded by tall glass walls. There is also a large second-floor balcony that has a side stair access leading down to the grassy lawn filled with tall trees and a dog house on one side.
8. Loft Sixty-Four by EVA Architects
This front view of this Industrial-style house shows its red brick exterior walls that partners well with the gray Gable roof that matches with the gray frames of the entryway featuring a gray main door with large sidelights and a transom window above it matching with the tall windows of the second floor.
Designed by EVA Architects
This interior view of the house shows the foyer as you enter the main door. You will be surprised by the dark exteriors to a bright and white interior with simple white walls, ceiling and industrial-style flooring. This makes the black mudroom and metal stairs stand out.
9. Ice Shore House by Indesign Inc.
This modern Industrial-style home uses the same stone bricks of the walkway pavement on its exterior walls that has edges and angles augmented by the various glass windows and walls that offer a glimpse of the charming and inviting interiors.
Designed by Indesign Inc.
This backyard view of the house features a blue well-lit swimming pool surrounded by a gray stone pavement as well as lovely landscaping of shrubs, medium-sized trees, and potted plants. This is enjoyed by the house through large glass walls that show the house’s exposed wooden beams on its ceiling.
10. Playful Rural House by Tux Creative
This view of the two-tone Industrial house showcases a backyard pool with fencing made of wooden frames and wire mesh encircling the grassy lawn surrounding the pool. These wooden fences match the wooden exterior walls of the first floor.
This bird’s eye view of the charming Industrial-style house highlights the black upper layer of the house that contrasts the light wooden lower section as well as the surrounding lush greenery making the house stand out with a modern flair.
Designed by Tux Creative
The property is surrounded by tall spruce trees and pine trees and a mountain-side view that offers comfortable isolation and privacy within its black flat roofs, light wooden flooring and dark second-floor walls with various-sized windows.