how to add an industrial look - Criterion Industries

May 30, 2017

The crux of the industrial design trend is a focus on exposing the structural elements of buildings to create a raw unfinished feel.

From bare beams, exposed pipes and visible duct work to concrete floors and brick walls –the industrial look has fast become one of the most ubiquitous design trends of the past few years.

Despite its edgy nature, industrial design isn’t just for urban warehouse conversions. You can incorporate elements of the trend into any commercial or residential fit out.

By choosing to focus on exposing one structural element you can give a subtle nod to the industrial design trend and deliver a finished product that is raw yet refined, to stand the test of time.

Criterion Industries has developed a bold new partition system that will add a slimline industrial look to any professional or residential setting.


Introducing the new IBeam Slimline Partition System

Introducing our latest innovative product - the IBeam Partition System.

Inspired by an appreciation for exposed structural elements, the IBeam Suite was developed to celebrate the John Hancock Building in Chicago, a 100-story tower recognisable by its series of stacked X’s.

Evoking elements of the Hancock Centre, the IBeam is a slimline partition system designed to add an industrial aesthetic to residential or commercial fit outs.

Incorporate the IBeam suite’s industrial slimline look into your next design and turn a structural element into a showpiece.

Available 27 June 2017.

Download CAD files and Revit files.

To book a demonstration contact Criterion today.


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