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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.

Patisserie A' La Folie: the sweet side of design

In Montreal, the French-ish city par excellence, Canadian designer Anne Sophie Goneau, in collaboration with Atelier Moderno, designed an unconventional bakery aimed at breaking with tradition. In fact, Patisse...

Published: 09/01/2015

Beaconsfield Parade: the address for design

The interior design renovations are often aimed at updating an outdated space by bringing a new look and a modern arrangement. That’s what happened to this 250 square meter penthouse on two levels located...

Published: 07/01/2015

Milk Tea & Pearl: deceiving design

What does this interior design make you think about? Certainly not the Baroque era, yet that is exactly the main source of inspiration chosen by London-based atelier Y A O studio to design this interesting proj...

Published: 27/12/2014

Giuliano Ricciardi: the importance of substance

What’s the secret for a successful design item?There are no secrets, it takes an accurate need-oriented analysis, much creativity and the ability to draw together. The important thing is to understand the...

Published: 05/12/2014


Today design employs innovative technologies like 3D printing. Do you think they will replace handicraft?I think it’s a matter of personal choices: some designers will opt for technology; others, like me,...

Published: 01/12/2014

Not Guilty, keyword: Purity

If eating makes you feel guilty this place will solve your problem: at this restaurant, the third of the Swiss chain called Not Guilty, you will taste everything with no guilt, starting from the fascinating dec...

Published: 07/11/2014


Born in Paris, designer Inga Sampé has been dealing with furniture, design items and textiles since 1993. Her expertise includes several Italian experiences such as the collaborations with Cappellini and...

Published: 03/11/2014

Style Bakery: sweet innovation

Opened in the Thirties, Style Bakery is one of the most future-oriented shops in Kiryu, Gunma, Japan. It represents a new kind of enterprise which combines both local and globally-franchised aspects: a philosop...

Published: 15/10/2014

Designjunction: the must of a design week

Designjunction after participating for the second time in a row at Milan’s design week - on the occasion of the 2014 Salone del Mobile Fair - by organizing EDIT at Palazzo Morando, Designjunction went bac...

Published: 24/09/2014

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

TULL lamp: industrial turns domestic

His background is quite impressive: before opening his own studio in Pavia, he worked for 5 years for Odo Fioravanti in Milan and even, for a short time, for Jonathan Olivares in NYC. This is Tommaso Caldera, b...

Published: 25/07/2014

Biblioteca itinerante: industrial ennoblement

A two-wheel industrial cart, a warehouse shelf, a stepladder and, of course, creativity. Federico Peri mixed these ingredients to add a new project to his furniture range inspired by industry, yet made more app...

Published: 07/07/2014

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