Modern architecture needs to focus on human health. The ways that interior design affects our psyche.
Whether plastic, wood waste or nutshells: almost every material is suitable for recycling furniture. And it is in any case stylish!
Modular street furniture and parklets on city centre streets are creating more areas for social encounters in public spaces.
The sharing economy is transforming how we live. What makes co-living different from a traditional house-share?
Caring for plants via app, lamps as loudspeakers – a look at exciting technical developments.
Waiting six weeks for a sofa? No way. Barbara Busse from Future+You on Generation Z and its furniture.
As housing becomes harder to get, microapartments are increasingly in demand. Furnishing them sets striking and exciting trends.
A question both manufacturers and customers are interested in. Three great trends are to be seen.
Goodbye, small parts! The tendency is clearly going towards open rooms and unconventional solutions.
More than “just” recyclable raw materials: the sustainability debate in the interior design industry. Design journalist and trend researcher Frank A. Reinhardt in conversation with designer Jeannette Altherr.
More and more consumers think that a good environmental life cycle assessment is important when purchasing furniture. Here we present our overview of the criteria and some successful examples.
Your bespoke piece of furniture is just a few clicks away. Thanks to innovative technology, made-to-measure furnishings are no longer luxury items – and, above all, they are profitable.
Our homes are fast becoming smart homes for living and working. Connected solutions must meet exacting requirements and promote social interaction.
Changes in lifestyles lead to new interior concepts. They call for multifunctional and modular furniture that removes familiar boundaries.
Although gyms remain closed for the time being, the fitness industry is flourishing. The reason for this is smart sports equipment for the home.