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2024 and its Trends, Innovation and Technology




When we talk about trends, we refer to the "20-year rule", which states that fashion follows cycles that repeat every two decades. That is to say, that right now, everything that triumphed at the beginning of the millennium is on the rise again.


This rule is very easy to apply and visualize in the field of fashion, but in the world of design and architecture, trends tend to have a different rhythm, where we ask ourselves: How to design an interior space?


Each trend in interior design reflects a moment in time, a response to society's changing needs and aspirations. They do not emerge in a vacuum, but are shaped by influences ranging from cultural experiences to technological advances to social developments. Most importantly, each new idea is nurtured by those that precede it.




Designers and architects fuse elements of the past with contemporary innovations to create unique and functional spaces that inspire and enrich our lives.


We will now talk about some of the trends that will be handled during the year:


  • The neo-classical revolution


Interior designer Jim Dierckx, known for his ability to reinterpret classical architecture, anticipates with his projects the rebirth of the "neo-classical" style, with a fusion of classical and contemporary elements, seeing columns, friezes and cornices reinterpreted in modern spaces, creating atmospheres of timeless elegance.




  • Biophilic design is more than just a trend


Biophilic design, which seeks to incorporate nature into interior spaces, has been a constant trend over the past two years, the connection to nature will not be limited to the inclusion of plants and natural materials but will go beyond that with nature-inspired lighting, organic forms and the creation of interior spaces that evoke the feeling of being outdoors.




  • For small homes, multifunctional furniture


Multifunctional décor will be seen as a response to the evolution of modern living. Small spaces and the increasing need for flexibility in the home are leading to greater adoption of furniture and accessories that serve multiple purposes.


From folding tables to sofas with storage or versatile furniture solutions, with the aim of achieving flexible, spacious and open spaces, choosing to use intermediate spaces, which sometimes would be used as an office, sometimes as a guest bedroom with a folding bed and sometimes as a unified part of the main living space.




  • Full home integration of technology through domotics


Technology will continue to play an essential role in interior design. Home automation and technology integrated into furniture and architectural elements will be the norm. From intelligent lighting systems to touchscreen mirrors. The challenge for the industry's leading brands will be to integrate technology elegantly and discreetly into our homes.




The year 2024 invites us to explore a world of interior design that fuses the modern with the classic, embracing sustainability and technological innovation. From the influence of nature to the adoption of eclectic styles, interior design in this year promises to captivate our senses and transform our spaces into reflections of our individuality and creativity.



 

Hello!


My name is Gabriel Solano Lazaro, I am a qualified architect in Panama City and editor of this Architecture & Design Blog.


I founded The Ideas Store which is an online platform that offers affordable and personalized interior design services. Users provide the details of the room and the team creates 3D models for the design.

Any queries write to me at my email hello@theideasstore.com


Follow me on my Twitter account @gabrielsolanola, I will keep sharing information, architecture.


I wish you a successful day.

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