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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.

London Design Festival: the much awaited comeback

September 17th is a special day for England's capital, as it marks the beginning of the new edition of London Design Festival, one of the leading festivals of the whole world. The thirteenth edition is so much ...

Published: 20/09/2016

1893: very sporty design

Design and football meet in Stuttgart thanks to today's featured project designed by the renowned Ippolito Fleitz Group. VfB Stuttgart - launched in 1893 - is the tradition-steeped football club of the state ca...

Published: 20/09/2016

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

Drubba Moments: the Black Forest gets a design feel

Located on the upper end of the Black Forest, Titisee-Neustadt is the new destination for Asian tourists. The lake beauty of the place astonishes many businessmen from the Far east, looking for a silent getaway...

Published: 13/09/2016

Fuedi: incandescent lamp turns LED

Cutting-edge technology, vintage design: this beautiful contrast goes by the name of Fuedi, the lamp by Apulian designer Mario D’Aquino. Inspired by the very first incandescent lamps, the project recalls ...

Published: 08/09/2016

Green luxury on Mulholland Drive

Near the intersection between Mulholland Drive and Benedict Canyon lies a 2100 sqm property that has been renovated and enhanced by celebrity interior designer Kari Whitman. The astonishing mansion is much more...

Published: 06/09/2016

Neat simple designer loft in the heart of west Berlin

Right in Berlin’s Charlottenburg district, a 320 square meter loft comes to a new life through an accurate thorough restyling that focuses on space arrangement and decoration, turning the traditional plac...

Published: 02/09/2016

Design hits Mexico in September

On last year, the global design-week stage welcomed a new player, straight from Central America: that is Santiago de Querétaro, the Mexican city, founded in 1531, that launched its very first – and...

Published: 30/08/2016

Traces: literally handmade

When design and art merge, collectible products happen, as proved by today's featured project whose name perfectly recalls its strong tactile side. Traces is a limited-edition range by architect and designer So...

Published: 28/08/2016

Casa EBM, multitasking apartment

A residential parallelepiped with a thin long base (5,60m x 26,00m) featuring one only continuous space that can serve many purposes thanks to its flexibility. This apartment is the result of an allotment in It...

Published: 03/08/2016

Sometimes they come back: the design makeover of the traditional Apulian stool

You never forget the first Poggio, as well as the second, the third and so on. The more, the better. Thanks to designer Mario D’Aquino from Gallipoli, these stools are still available to bring to any inte...

Published: 01/08/2016

Space10 Ikea: a Hi-Tech home with a green soul

A 1000 sqm former fish shop in Copenhagen's Meatpacking district now hosts a homey space designed by local Spacon & X studio with designer Maaike Fransen, and decorated with Ikea furniture. Everything was p...

Published: 26/07/2016

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