April 4, 2019
Reconstructed Legacy | Modern design that honours the past
Designs review the past through a contemporary lens, drawing on multiple eras to create furniture and lighting that feels both familiar and fresh.
Reconstructed legacy explores how design and interiors will reinterpret the past for the future in a more sustainable way.
With the rise of digital culture, the appeal of vintage and retro styles has become firmly embedded, but in 2021, heritage itself will be ripe for an update. How will this look for interiors? Expect multiple eras of styles at once, subverted with a contemporary edge. It's all about respecting the past without replicating it.
Whatever form the remix takes, designs will be underpinned by an inherent sense of value and longevity. The focus will be on making better, not more, as sustainability becomes a more urgent issue. Function will come first, and pieces that promise to get better with age will have a rising appeal. Add to this the growth of re-selling websites and in-house repair services, and the climate will be right in 2021 for classics that can be reinvented, re-sold, or just used again and again.
The past becomes the present in Reconstructed Legacy, as furniture and lighting designs reappraise a range of eras in fresh ways to create products that are unmistakably modern and sustainable. It's time revisit archives and traditional processes through a contemporary lens.
Mix & Match Eras
The influence of newstalgia will be seen in furniture and lighting, with designs that blend a range of historical and cultural references
Evolve Postmodern influences with a focus on arches, curves, and symmetry inspired by Neoclassical architecture
Embrace the beauty of industrial processes and evolve popular urban-inspired looks with styles that feel more gritty and raw
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