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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 […]
Inspiring Interior Design Trends For 2023 are here! As remote work and telecommuting become increasingly popular, creating a functional and stylish home office has become a top priority for many people. A clutter-free workspace can also help boost productivity and reduce stress. Minimalist designs with clean lines and simple decor can help create a calming and organized workspace. The concept of working smarter, not harder, was already becoming a mainstream sentiment before the pandemic and having better office furniture is an important step. With the rise of remote work, ergonomic furniture has become essential to promote good posture and reduce strain on the body.
Many people are opting for multi-functional spaces that can serve as both a home office and a guest room, workout space, or storage area. Overall, when designing your home office, it’s important to prioritize functionality and comfort while also incorporating your personal style and preferences. On an aesthetic level, we will see more cocooning curves, plump forms, tactile surfaces, soothing colors, and soft, breathable materials used for furniture, apparel and tech accessories.
With the rise of remote work, many offices are likely to adopt a hybrid model, offering both in-person and remote work options for employees. This will require flexible workspaces that can accommodate both on-site and remote work. The COVID-19 pandemic has increased awareness of health and wellness in the workplace. Offices may incorporate more health-focused amenities, such as air filtration systems, touchless technology, and wellness rooms. Collaborative spaces, such as shared workstations and meeting rooms, are likely to become more prevalent as companies seek to foster collaboration and communication among employees.
Reading is one of the hobbies that got our attention at the height of the pandemic. Creating a home library is a great way to foster a love of reading, expand your knowledge, and add a touch of elegance to a living space. Having a bookshelf at home is a great way to organize books and display them in a way that adds character and style to the home. Reading can be a relaxing activity that helps reduce stress and anxiety, and having a dedicated space for it can enhance this experience.