All it takes is 20 minutes sitting at your local coffee shop to realize just how much our world has changed over the last decade. Whether it’s a smartphone in the hand of every waiting customer, or the online blogger taking advantage of the free Wi-Fi, completing his daily tasks on the comfy couch in the corner, technology is literally everywhere. It’s no surprise then that technology is having an enormous impact on how we work, including the offices we work in and, in particular, the furniture we work on.
It’s not easy to part from old habits. Nevertheless we know that the world continues to turn whether we like it or not. Even when it comes to furniture we prefer to incorporate traditional materials into futuristic designs, in the hopes that they will keep us grounded as we look forward. The furniture manufacturer Andreu World, with headquarters in Valencia, Spain, does just that. They dare to balance between old and new, saying “Tradition inspires our Future.”
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The Scandanavian design movement is a well-known and respected concept for design enthusiasts from all over the world. Every February for the last 65 years, buyers, architects, designers and journalists have gathered in the capital of Sweden to participate in and attend the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair.
When we make a room plan, we’re looking to create a representative space and bring the right attention to it. The not-so-intricate details and corners are often hidden away and we choose instead to show off what’s impressive and beautiful about the space. A planner may know his own work best, but how can he get his viewers to see the plan through his eyes?
Texture is all around us. From the smooth, yet subtle curves of an ebony wood coffee table, to a beautifully tiled mosaic floor, our world is full of materials and patterns that add depth and interest to our everyday surroundings. It should come as no surprise then that these materials, while sometimes overlooked, can make or break the feel of a space. And when it comes to room planning on a digital level, material is an absolute must if you’re looking to create a realistic experience for your viewers.