Everything About The Latest Interior Design Magazine Issue – After the big fuss about the Parisian tradeshow, it’s time to return to our Cover Of The Week segment! Exited to learn more about the best inspirational covers from the best interior design magazines? Great because this one is a beauty!
The January edition of the famous Interior Design magazine is the selected magazine cover for our weekly segment! As you can see in the picture the cover is based on a minimalistic design where the highlight is the “Eye on the future”!
Inside this incredible magazine, you’ll find plenty of incredible articles distributed in different categories. From top design news, walk through tours and hot shots, to the design wire, a market segment, and an intervention project, these are some of the inspirational design ideas that you can find in the January 2019 issue of Interior Design.
Still not convinced that is a must-buy magazine? Here are some of the inspirational design ideas and best design projects that you can find in the unique magazine:
The incredible design magazine shows you an inside tour of Rottet Studio latest project… Remember the Hotel Alessandra from the Covet International Awards finalists? That’s right this southern design project located in Houston is also appearing in the magazine.
Glow Nights is a festival of site-specific installations dotting the snowy grounds of the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort that happens on February 28. The CLB Architects created the Face Time design, an icelike riff on the smart-phone app and Interior Design tells you all about it.
When Interior Design launched their #yearindesign2018 challenge for their 1.6 million Instagram followers, that consists on sharing their top pictures of 2018, the Tianjin Binhai Library in China, created by MVRDV, revealed to be the crowds’ favorite place!
Don’t forget to read:
This is going to be the behind the scenes story (or everything about the design project) from the minimalist guesthouse in Sonoma Valley town created by Mork Ulnes Architects!
High-quality products mixed together to create a successful home decor project!
Voids are central to Mark Lee’s drawings for the Menil Drawing Institute in Houston and in the January Issue of Interior Design, the designer tells more about his intentions for the project!
» Did you like this post? So be sure to share it on your social media channels or let your comment below. Help us to keep our blog up to date with quality content because your feedback helps us to improve! Sign up our newsletter NOW to receive free of charge the latest trends and the hottest news from Interior Design Magazines.