The new decade is a new opportunity to talk about new trends in interior design and cultural changes. Famous designers and more underground craftsmen bet on new trends, most of which are winners but at different times. This certainly suggests that the main trend of the new decade is and will be change. The speed of change is so fast that in formula of successful industry development, constant has become a variable. "What will happen in 5 years?" The answer to this question became a real mystery. Let's try to find the answer.
Change is always stressful for a certain part of the population. So long as young people, the younger generation, give way to the all-consuming Internet, an older group of people are increasingly abandoning social networks, returning to classical communication with the outside world.
The rapid transition from cozy cities to urban jungle has deprived the population of many countries of a sense of unity with nature, which, in turn, affected the physical and mental health of people. Biophilic design has become a real consolation and tool for creating oases in stifling cities. But not everything is perfect, and therefore there are statistics, according to which, by 2050, 68% of the population will live in an urban environment, spending 90% of their time indoors.
Home is a safe place, a cave where we are warm, comfortable, where we can hide from the insane rhythm. We expect healthy food and water, clean air and an acceptable temperature. We intent to well-being, so that our home will bring the cherished happiness and peace.
The Dutch woman Lee Edelcourt, known as "Nostradamus from the design world", made her forecast for 2025: by this time all contrasts will be merged - work and leisure, laziness and sports, man and woman will harmoniously exist in one space.