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Usine by Richard Lindvall

11. November 2015
Usine | Concept space in Stockholm


Usine is a 2,000 square meter venue in the heart of Stockholm combining various gastronomic concepts under one strikingly high roof. Once it was a former sausage factory, but after an extensive renovation the new space is divided into three rooms, all revolving around a central black iron beam structure that has been designed to serve unique functions.

The Swedish interior designer Richard Lindvall wanted to create warmth with his concept, but still keep it raw and fresh. He selected materials of high quality to last time. Maple wood custom millwork and cognac leather upholstery accompanied with concrete, steel, white tiles and black iron details create a modern but relaxed atmosphere. To introduce an accent color, Valcromat in orange and brown was used for table tops, side tables, cabinet doors and menus.

Usine | Concept space in Stockholm

Usine | Concept space in Stockholm

Usine | Concept space in Stockholm

Usine | Concept space in Stockholm

Usine | Concept space in Stockholm

Usine | Concept space in Stockholm

all images by Mikael Axelsson

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2 Comments

  • Reply Soe 17. November 2015 at 10:57

    Wow, this is very simple yet eye-catching. I wish one day, my bedroom takes inspiration from something like this.

    • Sarah Le Donne
      Reply Sarah Le Donne 19. November 2015 at 16:28

      I’m glad that you could seek some inspiration from this post. Thank you for visiting!

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