In its current issue, the bdia Interior Design Handbook once again presents new trends and projects from Germany – this time under the heading “Women in Interior Design”. 25 projects illustrate the high level of design and social relevance of interior design, including two by brandherm + krumrey.
As the largest and most important interior design association in Germany, bdia presents outstanding examples of current interior design in each of its handbooks. For the third year in a row we are represented with our projects. In addition to the Helix Hub in Berlin, this year’s issue also features the Kardimed practice in Cologne. The Berlin Office project is used to show how everyday office functions can be reimagined in a cross-border design. At the practice, the cardiologist’s innovative approach to treatment is reflected in a very personally designed ambience. In addition to the projects shown, three specialist articles in the new bdia handbook illustrate the female potential of interior design.