Life after coronavirus: how will the pandemic affect our homes?

By |2020-04-20T17:18:29+04:00April 20th, 2020|Architecture, Buildings, Engineering, Furniture, interior design, Stories|

As people around the world face the realities of self isolation, Ukrainian architect Sergey Makhno predicts how our homes will change once the coronavirus pandemic is over. Life after the Covid-19 outbreak will never be the same as before. We are at the beginning of the end, waiting for a new beginning. Planet Earth will break its cooperation


By |2020-02-09T09:38:38+04:00January 31st, 2020|Architecture, Engineering, Exhibitions, Furniture, interior design, Marketing, News|

LAYER DIFFERENT TEXTURES Photo Credit If you have textured walls you’re already off to a great start. If you don’t, it’s still not a problem! You can use a wool blanket, a textured headboard made out of leather, velvet, or some other material, a textured throw pillow, and finish it off with a fuzzy

How Interior Design Affects Your Creativity And Behavior

By |2019-09-25T11:43:23+04:00August 11th, 2019|Architecture, Buildings, Construction, Engineering|

The interior design may say a lot about a person, especially their background and behavior; many people carry out the traditional motives and cultural heritage through the way they design their home. Interior design has to do with everything that’s visually appealing while being effective and practical. The process itself works through a system

Ask Yourself These 5 Things Before Buying New Office Furniture

By |2019-08-12T11:42:32+04:00May 7th, 2018|Architecture, Buildings, Construction, Engineering, Exhibitions, Marketing, News, Stories, Uncategorized|

A Furniture-Buying Guide for Facilities Managers Buying new furniture for the office can be a simple process, if you don't think about things like comfort, ergonomics and long-term value. Going for what's cheap and easy to buy in bulk can remove the headache of researching, talking to different vendors and planning. But if you