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The evolution of Interior Design and its relationship with Architecture

Nini Andrade Silva

Founder of the Atelier Nini Andrade Silva

Nini Andrade Silva
Over the last decades we have witnessed the development and consolidation of the concept of interior design in the market which, to put it succinctly, should be seen as the symbiosis created between aesthetics and functionality of spaces, endowing them with individuality, distinction and excellence, while contributing to a competitive market positioning. 
What we see nowadays is that the value proposition given by interior design converges in the great responsibility of knowing how to interconnect outdoors with what we intend to transmit inside the spaces we design. Those who know my work know that I am often inspired by cultural, natural and iconographic influences, always seeking to establish distinctiveness, and at the same time a perfect balance with the architecture project itself. In each new challenge, the starting point arises from the direct relationship between function and form, while the harmony of the whole is what makes the work and this is undoubtedly the merit of a good interior design project. 
The constant quest for the interconnection between these two disciplines and their approach in an integrated way results in successful projects, balanced aesthetically and volumetrically. This is not to say that the vanishing point has to come from design to reinvent architecture, but rather to establish a direct relationship between the two. The coherence of the whole is achieved through the sum of the parts, and it is precisely here that is inferred the importance of a narrative that is able to accumulate the whole, giving it a visual but also sensorial combination. On the other hand, this metamorphosis implies something very important, that is to say, the ability to know how to respect aesthetic and intellectual principles, and those of the spatial distribution of the project itself, which, through interior design, become rooted in new possibilities. In each project and whenever possible, I try to reflect all the constructive versatility of the existing building, stimulating encounters, the exchange of experiences, the sharing of emotions, while always going for quality solutions to ensure the final result is doubly achieved, both functionally and aesthetically. 
I believe that these ideas have been gaining particular importance in the market, and the development of ‘all inclusive’ projects, enables the possibility for differentiation and variety in what is available, a sense of innovation and quality of service, responding to competition that today is effectively global. 
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