Enhance

What will materials look like in the future? How do we reconcile environment and technology? These are the questions young designers are occupying themselves with. With an optimistic view they look at the possibilities technology has to offer.

What distinguishes the new technology from the old is how it is dressed up: soft, human, almost caressable. The boundaries between technology and nature are blurring as a result. A smart speaker, for example, can look like a rounded stone. Sometimes technology even becomes almost invisible and becomes an integral part of our environment or adapts itself. Think of smart lighting that changes colour along with the colour of sunlight.

The influence of the 'smart home' on interior design is visible in a focus on innovative materials, often with shapes, textures and colours that seem to be plucked straight from nature. Such as a soft lavender purple or subtle greens paired with the light blue we associate with clean air and water.

The influence of 'smart home' on interior design can be seen in its focus on innovative materials, often with shapes, textures and colours picked straight from nature.

 

    

 

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