Interior design styles around the world– Today, PullCast blog invite you to travel around the world. In this article you will be able to find out the best interior design projects from 4 corners: Middle East, America, Europa and Asia. Enjoy the trip!
Middle Eastern culture
Modern Arabic interior design is a famous design style popular in Middle Eastern culture and it consists of several combinations of atypical interior styles that combine to form this contemporary interpretation. From unique color combinations to bespoke furniture selection, this style has some very specific guidelines that will end up defining the final outlook of your space.
Justin Wells is a registered architect with in excess of 20 years of experience in award-winning projects across all sectors of architecture and interior design in the Middle East, South-East Asia, and Australia. His efforts in building relationships with clients, authorities, and professional colleagues over 20 years, have ensured that he has been able to draw upon a vast diversity of Architectural and ID typologies for his career to date. His penchant for Leisure Architecture, Hotels, F&B, Residential, and Interior Design has seen expansive travel over a lifetime to provide an understanding of global trends and retrospective influences.
American style in interior design usually implies such features like a large open kitchen-dining-living space, the imitation of high-end furniture pieces using budget materials, smart zoning of space and a plenty of furniture. These interiors ideally reflect the hospitable character of Manhattan dwellers. When it comes to home decor, Americans can agree: blue gets the vote.
The Alaska Center for the Performing Arts is an exercise in Postmodern design that has garnered its share of praise and criticism. The Center for the Performing Arts includes a lively, many-textured exterior and three theaters inside, and it stands as both the symbolic and active center of culture for the city. Designed by Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates of New York, in association with Livingston Slone, Inc., of Anchorage.
European interior design
European interior design is a very general phrase for all the many design elements that go into the many different overlapping styles across Europe, such as Tuscan, Italian, Spanish, English and French. Each country’s architecture has diversity within its regional style, and was greatly influenced by travel across these varied regions. Warmth. White, light and bright. Quiet striking details. These are the defining design influences.
Asian style interior design, sometimes called Oriental design, showcases the cultures of Japan, China, Vietnam, Thailand and other prominent Eastern societies. Asian designs and themes are largely inspired by the colors of nature, and often decorations mimic scenic landscapes and reinterpret natural colors to suit the interior. While trying to plan for Asian-style interiors, the word ‘balance’ is something that you will come across time and time again.
Temple of Heaven, large religious complex in the old outer city of Beijing, considered the supreme achievement of traditional Chinese architecture. Its layout symbolizes the belief that heaven is round and earth square. The three buildings are built in a straight line. The temple is 38 m high and 30 m in diameter, made of wood without a single nail! Built in 1420, it was burned by lightning in 1889 and rebuilt identically.
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