The Art of Balance

Achieving balance in a space can be a difficult endeavor. There are several ways to achieve balance in a room, so we must work diligently to find the right mix in a space. Interior designers who delight and inspire learn to properly balance a room with precision and creativity. An added object such as a furniture piece or art work could throw off the balance of the room. Interior designers must learn the art of perfect balance. Through diligence and innovation, an interior designer can properly balance a room in sophistication and modernity. Continue reading The Art of Balance

The Fashion and Interior Connection

As the fashion world focuses on the Spring/Summer Milan Fashion Week, we at the Tangible Interiors blog thought is would be exciting to explore the relationship between fashion and interior design. On a regular basis, we explore various artistic mediums to see what the interior industry can learn from other industries. Today we are focusing on the connection between fashion and interior design. Continue reading The Fashion and Interior Connection

Artist Profile: Piet Mondrian

Art is not made for anybody and is, at the same time, for everybody.

-Piet Mondrian

Need modern design inspiration? On a regular basis at the Tangible Interior blog, we like to feature modern artists in various mediums from different time periods which have shaped the interior design and contemporary art industries. These artists vary in their techniques and approaches, and they have each contributed a beautiful array of life work which we can glean from. Continue reading Artist Profile: Piet Mondrian

Designer Profile: Josef Müller-Brockmann

Need timeless, modern design inspiration?

The International Style movement, or Swiss Style, was a powerful design movement in the 1940s and 1950s which brought minimal, aesthetic design to the world stage. International Style impacted the world in a powerful way; simplicity, clean lines, minimalism, and modernism became a wonderful alternative to the style of the day. The stye was the basis of much of the development of graphic design during the 20th century; the style favored simplicity, legibility, and objectivity. Continue reading Designer Profile: Josef Müller-Brockmann