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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.

Seams: mass production of unique pieces

The name of this range promptly suggests its main feature, as each design item of Seams tableware collection is characterized by several “seams” all over their surface. The project is the result of ...

Published: 08/10/2014

Studiooxi: the power of synergy

Let's talk about the launch of the studio: what did you expect? The studio was launched as a collective platform, a co-working space among professionals where to merge different experiences and ideas. Having...

Published: 03/10/2014

Semi-wrinkle washi: tradition meets design

Among the design items referring to the habits and customs of their country, this lamps really put Japanese tradition under the spotlight, turning it into the core of the project. As the name suggests, the focu...

Published: 01/10/2014

BAI: when classic meets contemporary

The creations of this designer livened up Milan’s Salone Satellite on the occasion of the 2012 Milan Design Week, and this dining chair, called BAI, in particular – which is still in development pro...

Published: 17/09/2014

History meets practicality in Yehuda Halevi Street

Located in Tel Aviv’s “White City”, declared UNESCO World Heritage because of its Bauhaus-style buildings dating to the 20’s and 30’s, here is an apartment combining the historical...

Published: 15/09/2014

MAISON&OBJET: design hits Paris

It just closed its doors but we’re sure it won’t be easily forgotten: the second edition of 2014 Paris Maison&Objet really did hit the mark. From September 5-9, just at the end of summer vacatio...

Published: 12/09/2014

The design of emotions: interview with Simone Micheli

How would you describe your work? Mine is a sensory-emotional architecture because its main aim is to reach the visitors’ heart by arousing unique emotions. Our human-being is nothing without emotions,...

Published: 10/09/2014

Bell Table: weight revolution

Can a table be a design item, a sculpture and a conceptual study at the same time? The answer is yes and is proved by Bell Table. Designed by Sebastian Herkner, born in Germany in 1981, and manufactured by Clas...

Published: 08/09/2014

All of a Piece: united we stand

The name of this unique product says it all: All of a Piece is one of the most modular and multifunctional design objects of the whole contemporary design field. Created by two Rotterdam-based studios, Earnest ...

Published: 02/09/2014

TOWER SUITE: vertical comfort

If you think urban apartments are too predictable get ready to change your mind. Here is a project that turns upside down the idea of city-house with a stunning unexpected location: a Renaissance lookout tower ...

Published: 31/08/2014

BEIJING FANTASY: high-end Chinese design

While Beijing’s real estate prices keep rising almost uncontrollably and often with no reason, here’s an actual considerable project of interior design by Shanghai-based multi-awarded Dariel Studio,...

Published: 27/08/2014

Motus: migration table

Following her previous playful dreamlike creations such as 4² chair and Experimental Sequence ceramic pitchers, Elena Salmistraro keeps on surprising with another project inspired to a crucial topic for th...

Published: 26/08/2014

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