Are you an architecture or interior design student ready for a Spring Break getaway? Allow this blog post to take you to some of the most impressive retreats in the world. Design Institute of San Diego researched spectacular places ranging from wellness retreats to secluded resorts. Take this break to relax your mind and get away, while staying inspired by these creative design projects that will stimulate your imagination.
By: Rick Hess, DISD
Industry professionals at Design Institute of San Diego took a look at some interior design trends for 2014 relating to interior design and architecture. We found the following to be hot items for the upcoming year.
The Interior Design Trends for 2014:
Color Theory Being Applied to Interior Design
The Next Phase of Sustainability
Color has been used for decades to add visual interest, balance, and harmony within a space. Although these are still important aspects in interior design, psychology of color may become an important design consideration for the future. Why? Once color psychology is understood, interior designers are able to positively affect an individual’s mood, health, and well being. Believe it or not, color can actually stimulate the economy as well. Another important trend is taking sustainability to the next level through net zero energy design, green building solutions, and improved residential construction.
By: Jennifer Fis, Kindle Living
With the winter season here and the closing of an eventful year it is easy to imagine oneself in a secluded cabin surrounded by nature. Kindle Living reminds us of unforgettable experiences celebrating the relationship between humans, structure and landscape. Allow this blog entry to capture your senses and take you back to that moment when you found yourself reconnecting with beautiful surroundings. – DISD – Read More –