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Interior design: how to plan spaces
The contemporary interior design is characterised by a minimalist style where functionality and innovation are keys to the project. The material selection has become an essential element of modern spaces that must give life to positive sensorial and emotional experiences. They are selected according to an approach that combines good technological performances with a pleasant visual and sensorial impact. For example, in this respect, resins or porcelain stoneware are very requested solutions by end-customers.
Moreover, in designing a space, both public or private, it is essential to take into account three basic elements that must be balanced with each other: colour, texture and light. A good lighting design defines spaces whilst giving character and personality to the environment. The light becomes a piece of furniture as well as a comfort tool that must be matched with the room tones (warm or cool) and the surface reflectant power of the employed materials.
In recent years, we have also witnessed an evolution in the relationship between space and people and the positive interaction that this should ensure. Spaces must not only offer a pleasant appearance but also help generate a nice feeling in the people who live it. This purpose is achieved thanks to the choice of unique furnishings and statement pieces that can add a warm, personalised touch to the interiors.
For over 5o years, Tosetto has been working alongside architects and designers from all over the world, being able to meet the most different aesthetic and functional needs of its customers, thanks also to the constant training in innovative solutions of its staff.
Luxury hotels in Italy, an opportunity to catch up
According to the latest data released by the Luxury Hotel Monitor, based on a survey conducted on a sample of 380 owners and managers of 5-stars and luxury hotels
Following Market Trends vs Customization
A valid project of contract design cannot ignore the macro trends of the moment, such as the growing environmental awareness or the “modern vintage” style that combines contemporary furnishing solutions with unique recycled pieces
Italian contract design sectors: from hotels to shopping centers through airports and restaurants
In the Contract Retail Sector, when it comes to the designing of a store, a restaurant or a hotel,