In its current issue, the bdia Handbook Interior Architecture once again shows new trends and projects from Germany – this time under the heading Women in Interior Architecture. 25 projects, including two by brandherm + krumrey, illustrate the high design standards and social relevance of interior architecture.
As the largest and most important interior architecture association in Germany, the bdia presents outstanding examples of current interior designs in its handbook. For the third consecutive year, we are included with our projects. In addition to the Helix Hub in Berlin, this year’s edition also features the Kardimed practice in Cologne. The office project in Berlin shows how everyday office functions are reimagined in a transboundary design. In the case of the medical practice, the innovative treatment approach of the cardiologist is reflected in an ambience characterised by a very personal design. In addition to the projects shown, three specialist articles in the new bdia handbook illustrate the potential of women in interior architecture.
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