Simple and Proportional Spaces
Interior Design goes beyond the complementary elements which carefully compose the interior of a space. The balance and proportionality of each area play an essential role in spatial functionality; a factor which has a considerable impact within the spaces that envelop us.
Authenticity, Simplification and Comprehensiveness in Design
If anything is a source of pride, it’s our high degree of personalization in each one of our projects. A key part of our philosophy is to develop a fully intimate space which is able to project a high level of introspection as well as a tangible reflection of the desires of each of our consumers. “We want our clients to create their spaces as if they were their own personal works of art. To enter their homes and have them feel tranquility and well-being,” stated Ario Casarin. Additional to the legitimacy of spaces, in 2020 we will search for the simplification and comprehensiveness of our designs: clean lines composed of reduced silhouettes with a concise color palette. Casarin believes that Design Group’s philosophy must be nourished by form, luminescence and the essentialness of the materials: highlighting the art behind the products and creating, before anything, spaces for refuge and comfort. “We have studied that if we utilize a low number of products of high quality and visual impact, we find a better and more elegant result,” states Ario.
Fomenting Environmental Responsibility
As the world finds itself in a flux of technological progress and innovation, there is one general trend that can be observed in all fields: the monopolization of the various stages of production.
Design Group Latinamerica relies on more than 15 years of experience in the creation and execution of architectural projects within the scope of residential, commercial, corporate and hotel sectors; materializing a universe of increasingly versatile and personalized styles and spaces.
A surge in consciousness over health and hygiene will inevitably be felt in the field of interior design. As such, is there a way to make interior spaces inherently hygienic and hostile to microorganisms?