Designers who work with residential interiors say that most of their clients are afraid of bright colors and unusual color combinations. The choice is made in favor of imperishable classics: neutral beige, brown, gray and white tones. This color phobia is easy to explain: an active shade can be psychologically uncomfortable, not take root in the interior and calluses the eyes, and you want to make repairs once and for a long time. We offer to put aside fears and see what color is capable of in the interior by the example of 3 unusual color schemes.
Blue + grey
…still love the. At first glance, they may seem too cold a couple. To avoid “hypothermia”, opt for warm shades, such as quartz and Prussian blue. Continue reading
In the twentieth century, when architecture and interior design so often became the heirs of previous styles, Zaha Hadid’s nonconformism stunned and knocked the ground out from under her feet. And still impressive. The territory that Hadid mastered as an architect and designer is the dark side of the moon. To understand a new, stereotype-breaking vision, you need to trust the designer’s courage and follow the same vector: aesthetics above all else.
How it all started
Zaha Hadid was born in 1950, in Baghdad, in the family of an industrialist and artist. Hadid’s education is all about exact science. She studied mathematics in Beirut, then architecture at the London Architectural Association. Continue reading