There is something comforting in a thought “This is what everyone does”. Normal is good.
Yes, in many cases, a standard thing to do, is also a good thing to do. But that rule doesn’t really apply to interior design.
And we are not just saying that. We have an amazing, the most wonderful example for you today. The one that will make you rethink everything you thought was a good, normal thing to do in your apartment.
Continue reading “Maayan Zusman and Amir Navon transformed an old-fashioned apartment into an open and airy oasis”
To answer the question why we love our jobs, we’d probably say it’s because of this: if you think of your apartment as your little world, we have a chance to literally make the world a better place for our clients.
Not just prettier, but better. Interior design combines aesthetics with functionality and treats them as equals. However, when it comes to private apartments, where a budget is also an issue, we seem to love functionality a tiny bit more. But to design space that serves its owners the best way possible is not the easiest thing to do. You see, we know what is beautiful and we could write about thousands of beautiful interiors, without really knowing if they’re functional.
At the beginning of a designing process, we ask our clients about their everyday life. Do they cook or eat outside? Do they often entertain? Do they work from home? Do they have a lot of stuff? Do they enjoy long bubble baths? Are they early birds or night owls? This is where functionality comes from.
Don’t worry if you’re not really sure what are we talking about – we found the perfect apartment to show you what we mean. Continue reading “CIAA designed functional small apartment painted in pastels”