Today, you are introduced to the interior and exterior of a modern concrete house with rustic touches. The interior and exterior of this beautiful home prove that wood can warm any industrial interior, but those entirely made of concrete. A house of industrial design, refined and rustic at the same time with perfectly balanced interior. Scroll down to discover this beautiful creation.
Modern concrete house with cocoon interior spaces
This concrete house, called Casa A, is the first of three planned residences to be made of coal. It is located in Carborough, a coastal suburb in Perth, Australia. The house has 3 levels spread over 200 square meters in total where all the facilities have been distributed, including an underground garage and a mezzanine bedroom on the upper floor. The spaces are open, airy and very bright. The designers of the house decided not to put doors and thanks to that the natural light is really everywhere. Apart from the wooden elements, another element that warms and makes the space more natural is the generous vegetation. The designers of this concrete house put potted plants in every corner. A must for any interior that wants to be modern. The interior of the house is industrial and rustic at the same time. It presents an interesting combination of materials that create pleasant and welcoming spaces. They connect to each other and distribute natural light everywhere. The light wood used in different ways (furniture, stairs, deco etc.) adds warmth and elegance to this sleek industrial interior.
Adding wood to an industrial style interior warms the wood. The magic of wood!
This concrete house is a durable and compact home. This project was realized and designed by the design studio Whispering Smith . It is made of recycled concrete panels and recycled whitewashed bricks. The interior features a selection of untreated materials in their natural and raw condition, complemented by refined golden details and generous amounts of vegetation . The absence of rigidly defined spaces creates a flow of organic activity between zones. The house is very bright and has a minimalist aesthetic. Climbing plant in pot placed on an open wooden shelf The pieces are alike. They are all dressed in concrete and with some added wooden elements. This creates a nice balance. The interior of the house is a mix of three styles: industrial, minimalist and rustic. Gray is the dominant color. In the kitchen, the dining table and the worktop are also made of concrete. The decoration is, too, minimalist. The bedroom is simply furnished. Impossible not to see the white brick wall, a must for any industrial interior. A large potted plant was installed next to the bed not only to decorate, but also to purify the air. Even the bathroom is open like all rooms indeed. It is the same style as the bedroom: white brick wall, concrete, wooden furniture and of course plants.
Whispering Smith : a studio of feminist design and architecture
Based in Perth, Whispering Smith is an architectural firm that proclaims itself as a feminist and works with residential and commercial projects. The company works with customers to meet their needs. Their approach is innovative and friendly. Architecture is sustainable and local craftsmanship is also important in the realization of projects.