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An international look at new trends in interior design

During Homi 2020 a series of conferences conceived and conducted in collaboration with the magazine PLATFORM Architecture and Design was held, which aimed to represent a sort of state of the art of interior design in the residential and hospitality sectors.
In recent years, the interiors of private residential spaces and those of hospitality venues have become increasingly closer towards a way of understanding space as a place where one can find one’s own identity and unique aesthetic comfort.
In order to offer an exhaustive overview and photograph how the design of these spaces has evolved and changed in recent years, 12 international projects have been selected, chosen according to an obvious criterion of design quality, but also to offer a broad overview in terms of scale of projects, but also in terms of design trends.
There are 6 private residence projects and 6 hotel projects.

A very representative overview by 12 authors from all over the world:
Ramon Esteve
DO Architects
Eolo A&I Design
WRA-Wild Rabbits Architecture
Anna Kovalchenko
Daaa Haus
Thdp Design
Kroki Studio
Nefa Architects


Apartment in Estepona / Anna Kovalchenko Interiors

Apartment in Raugyklos str. / DO Architects

Penthouse apartment / Eolo A&I Design

Quarry House / Ramón Esteve

River View Penthouse / Robert Kolenik

La Maison Plissée / WRA – architects

Cugo Gran Macina Grand Harbour / Daaa Haus

Párisi Udvar Hotel Budapest / Archikon Architects

NON-standard hotel / Nefa Architects

Hotel Casa Amsterdam / Ninetynine

Svatý Vavřinec Apartment buildings / OV-A

Hotel Indigo Venice St Elena’ / Hnh Hospitality, Venice