Henrietta Southam from this post
J.Latter Design from this post
Ken Fulk from this post
Anna Burke Interiors from this post
Matthew Caughy from this post
Reath Design from this post
Scout Modern from this post
Shalini Misra from this post
Toronto Interior Design Group from this post
Véronique Cotrel from this post
Giancarlo Valle from this post
Jennifer Vaughn Miller from this post
Saavedra Design Studio from this post
Glamour Nest from this post
Crowell & Co. from this post
Too..Much…Drama…that becomes oppressive. Some of these rooms are ruined.
Giancarlo undestands the proper context.
But still not enough Yankee practicality with Giancarlo. It’s still missing.
What is context in relation to interior design? Do some of these pictures relate at all to culture, sustainability, can they be re-imagined easily in any other setting? Is it enduring? You see the same thing over and over again in any part of the world?
In any setting, in any architecture, no matter if Napolean the Third or the High Sierras, the same? Context is the most important part of architecture and therefore interior. It’s not so much the choices selected, don’t take offense, it’s just something worthy of thinking about and reflective of the authenticity of interior design as a whole and where the industry is going.
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