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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.

A luxury prototype by Luiz Fernando Grabowsky

The 22nd edition of Casa Cor, the Brasilian event fully dedicated to luxury design, has featured a loft specifically designed for the occasion. The prototype is by Luiz Fernando Grabowsky,  who has been...

Published: 14/12/2013

Sectional concrete by HD More

If you are looking for an ultra light interior decoration and you’d like to live in a minimalistic space with subtle colors, concrete is the material to choose, as proved by HD More Design, formed Ruggero...

Published: 12/12/2013

Sacred Geometries

Forget the old grandma-style wallpaper: now you can boost your interior in a luxury design way thanks to Callidus Guild’s creations, which turn the interior walls into the core element of a space by using...

Published: 06/12/2013

Frank Buschmann: “Reality is my inspiration”

South Africa, Niger and Germany, this is where Frank Buschmann grew up and worked. The designer is the mind behind T-Furniture for WUDTHING. The brand produces a completly eco friendly wood furniture by employi...

Published: 03/12/2013

Marble lightness by Krzysztof J. Lukasik

A collection aimed at turning marble solidity upside down: that’s Stratifications by Polish designer Krzysztof J. Lukasik, whose creations are inspired by everyday objects, to be reproduced in different w...

Published: 28/11/2013

A dream above New York

A four year project with an astonishing result: that’s the loft designed by WORKac studio in NYC, in collaboration with the building’s owner. The aim was to create something different from the stand...

Published: 21/11/2013

Pantone Hotel: all about color!

Today Pantone is no longer just a chromatic inventory but a colorful lifestyle featuring mugs, dishes, glasses, even body lotions. Now, in Bruxelles, there’s also a “boutique hotel”, that is a...

Published: 19/11/2013

Country tradition meets art at the 2013 Design Week

Country tradition and its natural raw materials: these served as main inspiration to Kaamos design studio, formed by Katriina Nuutinen, Erik Bertel, Vesa Kattelus, Matti Syrjälä and Anna Palomaa. Five...

Published: 16/11/2013

Zemer Peled’s art

Zemer Peled, from Israel, grew up in a kibbutz located in the northern area of the country, where people live in very close contact with nature and no one is considered more important than others. This backgrou...

Published: 01/11/2013

Sauquet Arquitectes revolution

In Castellar del Vallés, just outside Barcelona, Sauquet Arquitectes studio has turned a hayloft into an out-and-out living space combining modern and rural atmospheres. The squared frame work has become...

Published: 29/10/2013

Railroad station cottage by Zecc Architects

Beside Dutch Santpoort-Noord railway station, a cottage has been turned by Zecc Architects studio into an unconventional location mixing together artificial and natural. The property’s look is inspired by...

Published: 27/10/2013

Gabriel Dawe’s embroidery

Colorful threads and geometrical precision: these are the core elements of Gabriel Dawe’s work, a young creative from Mexico City whose work is now appreciated around the world. His work combines colorful...

Published: 26/10/2013

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