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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.

"Sofia" tea set - the tea culture in the Serap Korkmaz' design

Born in 1988 in the Turkish capital, the interior designer Serap Korkmaz decided to move to Milan where she graduated at the European Institute of Design - IED. Her thesis project was exhibited at VIAFARINI / F...

Published: 19/05/2017

Wire S#: see through design

Stainless steel 2x2cm square netting for essential, feminine, smooth colorful forms. Wire S# is a design furniture collection by duo Muller Van Severen, who participated in the Solo Houses project by designing ...

Published: 21/11/2016

O-light: the light of the future

O-light for Buschfeld is the first OLED luminaire worldwide (30 cm × 10 cm OLED) designed by Sebastian Herkner for application with a standard low-voltage system. Bringing the light of tomorrow into galle...

Published: 20/09/2016

101,86 : an ever-going colorful day

A design lamp, a clock, a fascinating hypnotic piece that makes the passage of time simply beautiful. It's hard to define 101,86 ˚ | color of the day with one word: the project by Laura Lynn Jansen and Tho...

Published: 18/05/2016

Steps: the design lamp project signed by an all-women team

If creating a design product is a matter of personal style, in this case it’s also a matter of DNA: the London-based Atelier Areti is in fact led by two Austrian-French sisters, Gwendolyn and Guillane Ker...

Published: 21/12/2015

Jogging Pop-Up Store: the interior design project that targets sight and touch

Temporary stores, also known as pop-up stores, are a great opportunity to create an original captivating commercial interior that enhances the eclecticism of the mind behind the project. That’s the case o...

Published: 14/12/2015

Globe: the secret of a design lamp? Interaction!

A study on forms based on essentiality and geometry to create versatile timeless design products where purity takes over. This is undoubtedly one of the strongest features of Swedish studio Vit’s style, w...

Published: 11/12/2015

Botel Letters, unexpected hotel rooms in the Amsterdam's NDSM harbor area

Amsterdam’s Botel Hotel can be defined anything but “classic”. The white boat moored in the city’s NDSM harbor area is in fact an actual three star hotel, owned by Sandra Chedi since 201...

Published: 04/11/2015

Cone: stylistic minimalism

Sometimes, when it comes to design furnishing objects, versatility and essentiality get along very well. The cleanest, most linear yet elegant forms are those suiting any kind of environment, because their inne...

Published: 26/10/2015

Stardust: the right exhibition in the right place

Just like any other discipline related to creative expression, interior design produces miscellaneous results in a wide range that goes from superabundance to minimalism. When it comes to interior essentiality ...

Published: 11/05/2015

Long Brick House: where interior design and culture meet

A successful design project always has to take into account the needs and personality of the clients: this work by Foldes Architects is a great example of how to hit the target, as it has turned the intellectua...

Published: 22/02/2015

Patisserie A' La Folie: the sweet side of design

In Montreal, the French-ish city par excellence, Canadian designer Anne Sophie Goneau, in collaboration with Atelier Moderno, designed an unconventional bakery aimed at breaking with tradition. In fact, Patisse...

Published: 09/01/2015

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