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TID is an online architecture and design magazine that will make you discover and will be voice of the best projects and design events, taking you to explore the latest design, interior design, architecture and home decor innovations. The Interior Design is a project aimed at promoting the best interior design and the most interesting and innovative architectural works through a simple, direct and suitable for all, professional and design lovers, language.

Tips In Designing Your New House Before You Move

Designing your new house can be both challenging and exciting especially if it’s your first time to move. Without proper planning and organization, the entire process will be as stressful as you’ve ...

Published: 03/12/2018

Chains bring versatility to interior design

Architect Laura Muggiasca, head of Cates, specialized in chain production, tells TID how to employ chains in our everyday home decoration.Mrs Muggiasca, chains are frequently used in terms of interior design. H...

Published: 28/02/2017

Interior design hits New York

It ended the third and last day of the 27th edition of ICFF, the yearly event that turns New York into the stage for contemporary design, being the ultimate showcase for interior furniture, seating, carpet...

Published: 21/05/2015

Maison&Objet Asia: design hits Singapore

The second edition of Maison&Objet ASIA, held at al Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre , closed its doors on March 12th. The 2015 event was a much bigger show than last year, stil...

Published: 14/03/2015

When Alps mean luxury

If you’re looking for a new concept of chalet beside the regular cabin with a fireplace on the inside and lot of snow on the outside, this might be the answer. Pure Concept Real Estate, the agency special...

Published: 03/01/2015

Wilton Residence: multicultural interior design project

An unconventional location for a truly westerner project: built during the Thirties in the heart of Connecticut, the Wilton Residence originally served as hunting lodge. Owned by an American family living in Eu...

Published: 28/11/2014

Ted Bed: multifunctionality made in Bulgaria

Designed by Ted Bed Volen Valentinov from Sofia's All In studio and presented for the first time on the occasion of the annual World of Furniture exhibition in the capital, Ted Bed is literally more than a simp...

Published: 21/11/2014

Elements: evolving design

Elements collection is potentially endless: presented on the occasion of the last London Design Festival, it is signed by Jomi Evers Solheim, a Norwegian Designer who has been hitting the scenes of several Euro...

Published: 10/11/2014

Isle of Water: revolution under the roof

If you think attics usually lack light, this project will make you change your mind. Designed by Belgian FIVEAM studio, founded four years ago by Mathieu Bellens (1981) and Olivier Caluwier (1986), Isle of Wate...

Published: 27/10/2014

E15 lighting: eclectic illumination

Thanks to its progressive design made of innovative high-grade materials, E15 offers versatile products suiting many kinds of interiors. Relying on a large team of designers, architects and artists, the brand c...

Published: 22/10/2014

Style Bakery: sweet innovation

Opened in the Thirties, Style Bakery is one of the most future-oriented shops in Kiryu, Gunma, Japan. It represents a new kind of enterprise which combines both local and globally-franchised aspects: a philosop...

Published: 15/10/2014

SALVA46: sharing with style

If you think sharing a small apartment is bad for your privacy, here’s the answer you were looking for: SALVA46. In Barcelona Studio P10 and Miel Arquitectos have designed this “shared micro-li...

Published: 10/10/2014

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