Over the last few years, Covid had led to many new social developments in our day to day lives: New urban life – life in the city with limited living space, the reorganisation of offices and the retail reshuffle, Sense & Sensibility – the desire for a safe haven and security in the own four walls, Home – the focus on products from the local region and spending leisure time locally, a slower pace and mindfulness as well as Reduce to the max – asceticism, a return to focusing on the essentials and nature.
Over the past year, the global situation has continued to escalate. The gradually returning optimism after last winter has created a new carefreeness coupled with mobility and consumerism, have abruptly been replaced by an even stronger desire for security. For many, security during the climate crisis, the energy crisis and war means they are less likely to take risks, relying on the tried, tested and conscious renouncement.
Hardly surprising, that in interior design the focus is on classic, timeless and straight lined designs. Warm local woods coupled with matt, deep textures, plain expansive stones and sophisticated warm metal shades are materials beyond any fashion – authentic, sustainable and down to the basics.