The European cousin of the Industrial Style, International Style similarly relies more on rectilinear forms, broad planes with little ornamentation and decoration, open interior spaces and cantilever construction.
However, in International Style, the steel and glass are joined with accents of wood and other natural materials to create a space that is uncluttered, simple and clean, yet offers an inviting warmth.
A more generalized explanation might be that Industrial Style gives the impression that someone took an industrial space and altered it for human living, while the International Style was designed as a very human home using many industrial components and materials.
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