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When we speak of interior design, we mean a deep artistic and cultural vocation, a concept that has its roots in a past with artists and cultural movements that have shaped the history of design.

Interior design generally refers to the design of interiors and objects commonly used within a house, an office, as well as industrial premises or accommodation facilities. The term has a very modern ring to it, though it has a very old history. Already the Treccani encyclopaedia reports that up until the 18th century this branch of architecture was reserved to public premises home to institutions, large buildings and the focus was not so much on functional issues or habitability, but rather on aesthetic rules related to the beauty and image of the building per se. Hence, one can easily guess how we have now inherited an artistic and cultural heritage with such an immense value and so beautiful.

However, the concept of interior design is a very contended and controversial topic, with a history running through cultural movements and artistic currents across the centuries, leaving extraordinary items and unique places all over the world. Many of these items can be found at the MOMA – The Museum of Modern Art, designed by Yoshio Taniguchi – in New York City, a place of worship, stories, discoveries for all those who love interior design and its history, because interior design is representative of lifestyles that change overtime, portrays philosophies and thoughts, puts you before humanity’s evolutionary and technological steps.

However, the concept of interior design is a very contended and controversial topic, with a history running through cultural movements and artistic currents across the centuries, leaving extraordinary items and unique places all over the world. Many of these items can be found at the MOMA – The Museum of Modern Art, designed by Yoshio Taniguchi – in New York City, a place of worship, stories, discoveries for all those who love interior design and its history, because interior design is representative of lifestyles that change overtime, portrays philosophies and thoughts, puts you before humanity’s evolutionary and technological steps.

One of the most popular names in interior design of our time

An interior designer is both an artist and an architect, a philosopher and a dreamer, a mind that can see the future, discern order where chaos reigns, sense beauty amongst ruins and create new emotions from nowhere. The 20th century had the privilege of seeing some of the most brilliant interior designers of our time at work, like Philippe Starck, the recipient of many awards who left his signature mark in creating unique character for some of the world’s most famous hotels and in the field of interior design he conceived Flos’ renowned Gun Collection.

Moving between lighting, fashion and art, the author of the celebrated Superblob sofas and the Butterfly chairs is Karim Rashid, a Canadian designer acclaimed worldwide and with more than 2,000 works designed.

And for those who still don’t know Oki Sato, they should learn more about him and discover an interior designer capable of creating an armchair, the renowned Cabbage, with waste from the clothing industry. A talented young designer who will probably leave a deep mark precisely in our millennium.

Moving between lighting, fashion and art, the author of the celebrated Superblob sofas and the Butterfly chairs is Karim Rashid, a Canadian designer acclaimed worldwide and with more than 2,000 works designed.

And for those who still don’t know Oki Sato, they should learn more about him and discover an interior designer capable of creating an armchair, the renowned Cabbage, with waste from the clothing industry. A talented young designer who will probably leave a deep mark precisely in our millennium.