The shape is considered as the personality of an interior space or an entire building. Think of the most iconic structures of modern architecture such as the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao or the Sydney Opera House.
In particular, interior design is directly connected to geometric shapes such as rectangles, circles, trapezoids and squares: the history of architecture has always been based on geometric shapes that imply the design itself. They create symbols that evoke emotions. For this reason, designing with shapes is essential to convey a precise message.
Moreover, the appearance and the shape of all the furnishing elements of a project must necessarily be functional. In fact, the architect is constantly searching for design freedom to harmonize our spaces through shapes.
We always associate the house with reassuring sensations: thanks to visual comfort, we can feel safe and live our daily moments in harmony and in psycho-physical balance because the environment reflects our principles and our tastes.
In the interior design’s world, interior doors are also furnishing elements that can convey a specific value, depending on the shape. Let’s see them together.