September 10, 2021


A neo-industrial property in Michigan

Architect Stephen T. Wilson and interior designer Patricia Forman blend elements of industrial style with collections by PORCELANOSA Group to provide a link with the environment.

Dimeo Residence (Michigan City, Indiana, USA) combines neo-industrial style décor (light wooden beams, aluminium windows, bar tables and spherical lighting) with natural collections by PORCELANOSA Group, in a circular design that makes each space incredibly versatile. This is the concept that architect Stephen T. Wilson has successfully brought to life in each zone, using PAR-KER® ceramic parquet flooring throughout. The best example can be seen in the kitchen-living room, featuring large picture windows that open out to the exterior and an interior design (by Patricia Forman) that combines the textures of wood with black marble-inspired XTONE®.

Marble-inspired bathrooms with Krion®Solid

The bathrooms showcase a monochrome aesthetic with white as the dominant tone. The marble-inspired walls (in XTONE®) marry perfectly with the wood-inspired Ice Minnesota Ash and Ice Nebraska cladding by Porcelanosa, which in turn serves as the perfect backdrop for the Noken Hotels taps and Penrose and Tetris furniture by Gamadecor. Krion® Solid Kole countertops and towel rails also feature. The material's bacteriostatic and resistant properties improve cleanliness and hygiene in the bathroom.

See it in Projects Porcelanosa.

Architecture: Stephen T. Wilson

Interior design: Patricia Forman

Constructor: Wilson Construction & Renovation, LLC

Photos: Jace E. Hirosky

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