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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.

The cosmopolitan features by Kenzo Maison

Light and shadow, exterior and interior spaces, nature and cosmopolitan age. Kenzo Maison collection is characterized by antithetical elements and the centrality of furniture. In the haute couture picture frame...

Published: 04/03/2013

Point by Paul Smiths. The British style comes home

Marriage between fashion and design? The dream becomes truth thanks to Paul Smith Point collection unwittingly launched during the London Fashion Week. For those who love fashion and the British style of the fa...

Published: 17/02/2013

Selma Calheira's Macedonia

CORES DA TERRA, the earth’s colours. This is the evocative name of Brazilian Selma Calheira’s sculptures, who, by loving her Country and having a strong creative inspiration, has merged art and her ...

Published: 16/02/2013

Green design: Alessio Bassan for Key Cucine

Alessio Bassan and the sustainability. A winning fusion presented at Fuori Salone 2012 thanks to the partnership with Key Cucine. At Superstudiopiù at the Temporary Museum for New Design the designer pre...

Published: 15/02/2013

Rising designers: Gennaro Comunale and its sculptures

The background of this young Neapolitan sculptor consists of art school studies, bachelor degree in architecture at the University of Naples, the contact with the great artist Jurek Sztekiel and the innate pass...

Published: 14/02/2013

Brad Pitt: from cinema to design

Well, he came to Hollywood, he broke hearts , he got married to Angelina Jolie and he became testimonial for a famous fashion brand, but it wasn’t enough for him. Now, not to miss a thing, he proved himse...

Published: 13/02/2013

Furnishings? Now it is concrete

Cement is becoming a more and more significant material also at home. Concerning this, Matali Crasset, -one of the most well-known French designer all over the world - has thought of a concrete furniture collec...

Published: 09/02/2013

Whe the bath looks yellow

So yellow that you cannot remain impassive. The American designer Terri Pecora has chosen the yellow, trendy and vivid, to cover some pieces of sanitary collection produced by the Italian company named Simas. T...

Published: 08/02/2013

How to split up the space

The result is undoubtedly gorgeous. Molo design has created Softwall + Softblock: a flexible modular system suitable to divide and organize every kind of space. The dividing structures, arranged the way you nee...

Published: 07/02/2013

KUBEDESIGN: cardboard architectures by Roberto Giacomucci

The cardboard becomes a peculiar material used as furniture. It may seem unusual for some people who will say “What?” but it has become truth thanks to KUBEDESIGN and its relatively designer Roberto...

Published: 06/02/2013

Nature at home: Brecce lamps by Marco Stefanelli

The design turns into eco-friendly thanks to Brecce , the lamp-sculture collection by the artist Marco Stefanelli presented at this year’s Milan Furniture Fair 2012 show. An ambitious project able to turn...

Published: 05/02/2013

Urbio - a garden at home

It is called Urbio and it comes from California. Designed to give a green touch to any walls, Urbio was developed as a simple modular system as well as revolutionary, custom-made for every space. The young inve...

Published: 01/02/2013

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