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DESIGN: The new generation rethinks the interior in two stages

DESIGN: The new generation rethinks the interior in two stages

DESIGN: When the new generation rethinks the interior

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Since the 60s In the past, when strong pieces of furniture were used to compose an architecture, the furniture was only an add-on to an interior. Today, the new generation is once again asking itself the question of being able to compose our homes and workplaces as we wish, and in a non-permanent way. Discover student projects that will soon guide our lifestyles.

 

 

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Rethinking the interior, furniture project Iles by Kamila Potocka, Karolina Koryniowska, and Maja Górowska
Rethinking the interior, furniture project Iles by Kamila Potocka, Karolina Koryniowska, and Maja Górowska
Rethinking the interior, furniture project Iles by Kamila Potocka, Karolina Koryniowska, and Maja Górowska

Students are the essence of creativity. Especially in the field of design, one is never so free to imagine the future as when one is a student. Free from all constraints, they are probably the best placed to lay the foundations of what will be tomorrow's design and interior architecture. Three friends, freshly graduated from theAcademy of Arts and Design in Wroclaw, Poland, have developed a project that separates the container from the content and pushes back the walls, in anticipation of a future without them.

Indeed, by rethinking the notion of interior and how "To live in a space, Maja Górowska, Karolina Koryniowska and Camila Potocka first of all ask the question of the separation of spaces: isn't the elementary evolution of morals pushing us towards the abolition of walls of all kinds, including in our homes? And it is against a backdrop of millennial pink, the ambassador of the new generation, that they have imagined a way of living without barriers: ILESa collection of furniture with the ability to recreate modular living areas with hybrid functions.

 

Rethinking the interior, furniture project Iles by Kamila Potocka, Karolina Koryniowska, and Maja Górowska
Rethinking the interior, furniture project Iles by Kamila Potocka, Karolina Koryniowska, and Maja Górowska
Rethinking the interior, furniture project Iles by Kamila Potocka, Karolina Koryniowska, and Maja Górowska

Better suited to a nomadic lifestyleand to a world where it will soon be possible to live Milan while working on Shanghai, the three students' furniture project will allow them to settle anywhere, reinforcing the notion of freedom so close to our hearts and even more to those of the new generation, even indoors.

 

 

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Rethinking the interior, Workbays Village by ECAL x Vitra students
Rethinking the interior, Workbays Village by ECAL x Vitra students
Rethinking the interior, Workbays Village by ECAL x Vitra students

If the notion of mobility and modularity in the interior of the home has yet to take hold, this is not the case in the working environment, where the transformation is already underway. After the appearance of coworking spaces where several companies work side by side in the same space, it is now the turn of companies to stop allocating a space to one person, but think of its distribution in a freer way, stimulating improvisation and therefore creativity. It is on this principle that the students of theECAL reinterpreted the system of structuring screens Workbays (2013) by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for VITRA.

The students designed several modules with specific functions, and even the way in which the workspace is approached by mixing the register of relaxation and the private interior. Indeed, if we used to only sit at our workplace, students now offer the possibility to practice physical activities, to cultivate, to rest out of sight, or to relax at a bar.

 

"Through this workshop we tried to emphasise this 'organic' vision of the office by adding functionalities to the Workbays and the work environment in itself, that would create more interaction between the users and with the furniture "

– Camille Blin.

 

Rethinking the interior, Workbays Village by ECAL x Vitra students
Rethinking the interior, Workbays Village by ECAL x Vitra students
Rethinking the interior, Workbays Village by ECAL x Vitra students
Rethinking the interior, Workbays Village by ECAL x Vitra students

The world of work but not only, our entire society tends to offer to everyone a way and a place to live adapted to its own desiresThe new generation is opening the door to change in terms of the interior and its functions, but also in terms of our own places and roles within a space and in a community. The new generation is opening the door to change not only in terms of the interior and its functions, but also in terms of our own places and roles within a space and in a community.

 

 

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Sources: Behance, Dezeen

 

Originally posted 2017-11-02 11:00:08.

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Chloé founded Huskdesignblog in 2016. Ever since, she is decoding every nook and cranny to find the best interiors and furniture ideas for her beloved readers and followers, eager for beautiful things.

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