What interior designers are in for 2021?

3 October, 2021 Ronald Lanz 5

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    11 October, 2021

    Who do you think should be included in our list of interior designers for 2021? Share your thoughts in the comments below. Thank you! Please share this page with others below to be sure they can contribute their input as well! We'll take a tally and publish the results as soon as we have them. Some articles that may be helpful:. 10 Ways to Make Your Home More Disaster-Proof. Decluttering Tips for Designers. How To Design For One Person One Room? Why does it taste so nasty to some people? How does insulin make one age faster? Which home design pros are in for 2021? The future is now!

    11 October, 2021

    I am not kidding when I say that Mimi Doe needs to be on this list. Her intimate, modern spaces are impossibly cool. Problem is her rates are outrageous. Erika Adams of E Studio has some fantastic ideas coming out next year including some installations for NYC's Bronx Academy of Arts and Letters! You can also see some of her collaborations with artists like Jorge Mendez-Ruibal in galleries around the world now, but pay attention because she will bring all of those lessons into client work soon! Catch up on both urban interventions and large scale projects by following her Instagram account @erikadAdams or visiting erikaddesignstudio.

    11 October, 2021

    Designers are already being discussed among industry insiders, so there's no way of knowing for sure. But the talk seems very positive, so I would assume that interior designers will be doing well in 2021. Contestant number one is Peter Dunham, who designed the homes of Barack Obama while he was President and recently opened a traveling exhibit on his work at the National Building Museum in Washington D.C., focusing on modern design. He is consistently wowing audiences with his brilliant yet unfussy use of space and material to achieve authentic yet timeless environments infused with personality.

    11 October, 2021

    Interior designers for 2021 include: Niko Kouna, Beth Fish and Terri Thompson. Niko Kouna was born in Athens and is a resident of New York City. She designed the 2018 Macy's showroom on 59th Street, as well as interior projects with developers Bill Higgins Associates and Cooper Square Realty. Her work ranges from interiors of private residences to public storefronts all over the world. Born in Jerusalem, she went on to graduate from the University of Miami with an MFA in Industrial Design where she also studied international marketing at the University of Michigan Business School under Professor John Quelch .

    11 October, 2021

    So, are interior designers 2020's most in-demand professionals, or has this trend passed us by? Let's take a look. Many designers are preparing for 2021 already. Whitney Hess advises on different ways to think about organizing layouts for new projects coming onstream in preparation for the next design wave. Casey Meketa advises creating an open floor plan layout because many people today want truly liveable spaces that don't require multiple large rooms and formal dining rooms. And Thomas Phifer Architects advise designing well-organized spacing because the pressures of space that come with designing office space is made more than just about aesthetics, but also functionality and workability.