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Cristina Celestino was born in 1980 in Pordenone. In 2005, after graduating from the School of Architecture at IUAV University of Venice, she worked with prestigious design studios, focusing on interior architecture and design. In 2009 she moved to Milan, founding two years later her brand Attico Design. In […]
Interior Design Trends For 2023 are here! Covet House understands how interior design trends impact our daily life. Regardless of what industry you work in, you need to ensure your brand stays relevant. In order to do this, early insights into changes in behaviors, attitudes and beliefs of consumers and any shifts in culture, economy and technology are key. These changes are revealed through trends. We see them in what we eat, where we live and how we connect with each other. And whether we’re aware of it or not, they dictate the products consumers want and the services they crave. Welcome to the Dystopian World!
We are now experiencing the beginning of a huge change in the way we live and work with the latest innovations in computation and AI. In our homes, artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to revolutionize the field of interior design in several ways. Starting with how we choose what to buy, personalized design recommendations are a staple now. AI can analyze a client’s preferences and suggest personalized design recommendations based on their style, color preferences, and other factors. There have also been improvements that can help designers create more realistic 3D visualizations of their designs, allowing clients to better understand what the finished product will look like. In interior design, this translates into dystopian spaces, that echo the virtual worlds we spend our free time immersed in.
Dystopian interior design often features utilitarian and functional materials such as concrete, metal, and exposed pipes. These materials can convey a sense of an oppressive, impersonal atmosphere if they are not well combined. In Amsterdam, Studio Noun transformed an industrial office building into an abstract funky space mixed with waves of furry wool and colorful arty interiors. While stripping the existing office building back to its core the company’s corporate identity was translated into a design that oozes a “maximalist bold abstract and modernistic feel”.
Dystopian themes can be emotionally intense and can affect people differently, so it’s important to approach them with care and sensitivity. CIRCU Magical Furniture creates, as their slogan says, magical furniture for children. Dystopian, fantasy decorations are a great theme for children’s rooms if they are paired with colorful palettes. This visual impact can improve children’s play and creativity.
To create a dystopian interior go for a neutral look with a few striking pieces. Use a limited color palette, such as black, white, and gray. Dystopian-inspired furniture often has a harsh, angular design that prioritizes function over form and is often minimalistic, with simple lines and a lack of decorative features. In a dystopian, virtual-based society, furniture may incorporate high-tech features such as built-in cameras, sensors, or other monitoring devices.
Artificial Intelligence is also making a big impact in the world of interior design. Popular tools like ChatGPT or MidJourney give us the possibility of creating virtual spaces and products that don’t exist. Generative AI has the power to aid any interior designer in search of a new perspective. AI can also be used to provide personalized design recommendations based on a user’s preferences and lifestyle. An AI system might recommend specific color palettes based on a user’s history of design choices or personal style. AI can also be used to analyze past design trends and predict future ones, helping designers stay ahead of the curve.