Industrial design is recognised by its use of exposed materials such as metal, brick and concrete, and visible bolts and screws. It is governed by the notion that functionality is intrinsic to the aesthetic. Metal production underwent major changes during the Industrial revolution which allowed it to be made with greater ease and efficiency and it therefore became more affordable and prevalent as a result. Today industrial design replicates the style of furniture and fittings that would have been used in industries such as factories and can now be found incorporated into loft living. Come in to J&D and check out our range of industrial lights, fittings and furniture!