Every year, the Association of German Interior Designers (bdia) draws attention to the quality of interior design with its handbook. As the most important German association in this field, it shows examples of outstanding interior design. In the current issue, another object by brandherm + krumrey is presented.
This year’s bdia handbook highlights the topic “Public interiors – good interior design for everyone”. 25 projects illustrate selected planning and design expertise in this area – including the Work Lounge for the Coroplast Group by brandherm + krumrey. The comfortably designed rest and meeting area for employees offers various functional zones for exchange or relaxation. The flowing transition between interior and exterior space is also unusual. In addition to such projects, three specialist articles in the new bdia handbook illustrate the social significance and added value of well-designed public and social spaces.
More info at: