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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.

Villa Horti Della Fasanara: a luxury renovation

Villa Horti della Fasanara is a magnificent Renaissance palace renovated to be ancient yet up-to-date. Located in  Ferrara, close to Castello Estense and Palazzo dei Diamanti, this hotel has been refurbish...

Published: 29/09/2013

Alain Marzat, fashion-lover designer

From fashion art direction to design: Alain Marzat, from France, is an out-and-out polyhedric talent. The self-taught designer, inspired by Bauhaus school, works on two different design paths: the first one is ...

Published: 28/09/2013

Boda Horák Studio: a heart of glass

From 1980 to 2013, from Prague to the world: this is Czech designer Boda Horák’s work, whose latest creation consists of a lamp collection made of selected items that cannot be industrially reprodu...

Published: 26/09/2013

Work in progress in Marseille

Marseille, France: after three restorations, a family-villa overlooking the sea for comfort and design lovers has finally taken shape. During the Nineties a family accepted to refurbish the first floor of their...

Published: 24/09/2013

29 square meters packed with elegance by 3XA

Mezzanines, hidden shelves and a skilful furniture disposition: that’s the secret for a stylish decoration of a 30 square meters interior. In bratislava, a studio apartment has been perfectly renovated by...

Published: 21/09/2013

Symbolism by Fabien Barrero-Carsenat

Fabien Barrero-Carsenat’s independent design mixes old and modern styles to create symbolic pieces inspired by ancient tribes and made of rough materials. Marble, ceramic and wood are mixed all together t...

Published: 20/09/2013

Richard Shapiro's wonder-villa

In Malibu Richard Shapiro managed to turn an abandoned house into a refined villa rich in history and ethnic details. The designer fell so much in love with a deserted property on Broad Beach that he decided to...

Published: 18/09/2013

Arte Luise Kunsthotel, an out-and-out art hotel

Fifty artists for a 50-room hotel hosted in an historical building dating back to 1823: Arte Luise Kunsthotel turns upside down the standard concept of an hotel by being an out-and-out art gallery. The entrance...

Published: 14/09/2013

Color effects by Pedro Gadanho

Torres Vedras, just outside Lisbon, hosts a 400 square meters colorful  house designed by architect Pedro Gadanho, whose use of color is never accidental. Turquoise, purple, yellow are here mixed together....

Published: 12/09/2013

Vivienne Westwood hits Rio De Janeiro

Fashion, color and design at their best: it happens in Rio De Janeiro, inside an aprtment overlooking São Conrado Beach designed by Gisele Taranto Arquitetura. The museum-like astonishing interior f...

Published: 10/09/2013

Simone Micheli’s home: the legacy of color

A two stories apartment for three people: that’s architect Simone Micheli’s home in Florence. Located within a 19th century building, it has been made by employing 90% environmentally-friendly mater...

Published: 07/09/2013

Cersaie fair: bathroom decoration turns glamour

Ceramic and bath furnishings: that’s the focus of CERSAIE - Salone Internazionale della Ceramica per l'Architettura e dell'Arredobagno Fair, hosted in Bologna’s exhibition complex,  attracting ...

Published: 04/09/2013

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