Timber structure redefines the industrial shelter

The office space of Unit B4 started out as just a great volume of an industrial building. And looking at the pictures, the transformation is beautifully clever and intelligent. Focusing on salvaged and low-tech materials, this project gets a big star for its sustainable thinking. Plywood boxes and salvaged timber custom designed furnitures defines the new look of the space. Behind the design is Make Creative,  a boutique design studio based in Sydney. They are a crossover designstudio, working across the intersection of architecture, interiors and graphics.


  1. When you have a unique space like this industrial plot, do not cover up the parts that make it cool. Like in this case: roof, and bricks.
  2. Keep it simple, stick to few material and colors. Here plywood and red!
  3. If you are that lucky to have this hight, keep it! And make a statement of it with letting things hanging down, like lighting and wooden structures.

Via Yellowtrace


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