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Welcome to "iDesign - Interior Design Styles " page. If you scroll down the page you will find a selection of ancient, modern and contemporary design styles. Furniture ,interiors and architecture pictures have been chosen to represent the foremost design style conceptions of occidental and international design. Please click on the picture of the topic you are interested in and you want to know more about. Once you will have clicked the chosen image, a new browser window will appear on the screen. This more specific window will show you info and pictures about the selected topic. Furthermore you will be given a list of selected links that will be useful to deepen your research. The purpose of iDesign Styles page is to improve the user's general understaning about the evolution of the various interior design forms of expression, while the links are the potential bridge for further researches. Thank you for reading this introduction. Enjoy your navigation.

 

 

Alvar Aalto

Finland

 

alvar aalto

Finnish architect Alvar Aalto opposed extreme rationalsim and Bauhaus metal furniture design with his organic architecture and the use of traditional and new architectural wood elements.

 

 

 

Tadao Ando

Japan

 
 

tadao ando

Tadao Ando, born in Osaka in 1941, re-invented japan spiritual and minimal architecture using modern materials such as his famous prefabricated concrete blocks.

 

 
 

 

Louis Barragan

Mexico

 
 

louis barragan

Louis Barragan (1902-1988), is probalby the most known mexican architect. His lively and sensual style is recognizable thanks to the usual flat and plain coloured surfaces.

 

 
 

 

Hendrik P. Berlage

Holland

 
 

hendrik berlage

H.P. Berlage (1856-1934), was influenced by Richardson, Sullivan and Wright. Even though his architecture is considered part of the Art Noveau movement, pre-rationalistic tendencies are easy to be found in his work.

 

 
 

 

Harry Bertoia

Italy - U.S.A.

 
 

harry bertoia

H. Bertoia was born in Italy,and emigrated in the U.S.A. in 1930. His artistic career its characterized by a series of "metal wire chairs" designed for Knoll

 

 
 

 

Mario Botta

Switzerland

 
 

mario botta

Mario Botta worked with Le Corbusier and Louis Khan. Indeed is continuing the tradition of International Style, though is postmodernist architecture is oriented towards pure forms and dense of neo-classic remembrances.

 

 
 

 

Marcel Breuer

Germany - U.S.A.

 
 

marcel breuer

Breuer was born in 1902 and actively participated to Bauhaus industrial design revolution. Before leaving Germany in 1935 he created a series of world famous tubular steel chairs.

 

 
 

 

Alberto Campo Baeza

Spain

 
 

alberto campo baeza

Spanish architect Alberto Campo Baeza, with his extremely bare and poetic minimalim, celebrates Mies Van der Rohe dictum "Less is More".

 

 
 

 

Achille Castiglioni

Italy

 
 

achille castigliioni

Castiglioni was born in 1918 and studied architecture at the Polytechnic of Milan. With is funtional and purist yet playful objects, Castiglioni largely contributed to the sparkling 50s industrial design international scenario.

 

 
 

 

Joe Colombo

Italy - U.S.A.

 
 

joe colombo

Joe Colombo (1930 -1971), was one of the most iconic figure in postmodern pop design. Fascinated by technology and inventor of futuristic objects, he defined himself "creator of the environment of the future".

 

 
 

 

Peter Eisenman

U.S.A.

 
 

peter eisnman

Eisnman, together with the philosopher Jacques Derrida, is considered the founder of the Deconstrucion principles. Eisenman architecture is the result of the intersection and the opposition of many contrasting construction grids.

 

 
 

 

Norman Foster

England

 
 

norman foster

Norman Foster, born in Manchester in 1935, worked with Richard Rogers and developed his own High Tech language. Today is one of the most famous architect, and his particular style is recognizable all around the world.

 

 
 

 

David Fisher

Italy

 
 

david fisher

Italian contemporary architect David Fisher is the inventor of "dynamic architecture": an architecture capable of transforming motion into energy, of being beautyful as well as ecologic and perhaps economic.

 

 
 

 

Antonì Gaudì

Spain

 
 

antoni gaudi

Architect and designer Antonì Gaudì (1852-1926) is the protagonist of spanish Art Noveau. His architectural forms, created with the use of early modernism materials, like concrete and iron, are unique and fashinating.

 

 
 

 

Frank O' Gehry

U.S.A.

 
 

frank gehry

Ghery's original, eccentric and suggestive non-repetitive architectural forms have revolutionized our conception of architecture. His art is probably the most extraordinary evolutions of Deconstructivism.

 

 
 

 

Walter Gropius

Germany - U.S.A.

 
 

walter gropius

Walter Gropius was born in 1883 in Berlin. He coined the term "fuctionalism", theorizing that the object should always serve its purpose perfectly. In 1919 he founded the Bauhaus, and introduced the concept of modern industrial design.

 

 
 

 

Hector Guimard

France

 
 

hector guimard

Guimard is the symbol of french Art Nouveau,famous for his parisian metropolitan stations, made in 1898 - 1901). His curvy architectural shapes and floral decorations are clearly inspired to Van de Velde Belgian Art Nouveau.

 

 
 

 

Zaha Hadid

England

 
 

zaha hadid

Graduated in 1977, Zaha Hadid invented a new fluent and deconstructivist architecture which denies solidity and manipulates form space and time in a everchanging, artistically dynamic, futuristic emphasis.

 

 
 

 

Joseph Hoffmann

Austria

 
 

joseph hoffmanm

Austrian architect Joseph Hoffmann (1870 - 1956), started his career in the office of Otto Wagner and became a member of the Wiener Secession in 1899. In 1903 he founded the Wiener Werkestatte, the first international interior design company.

 

 
 

 

Steven Holl

U.S.A.

 
 

steven holl

Steven Holl's eccentric architecure is pure poetry composed by sculptural shapes,vital colours and suggestive use of lights. Is postmodern architecture can be defined organic as well as decostructivist.

 

 
 

 

Victor Horta

Belgium

 
 

victor horta

Victor Horta (1961 - 1947), icon of the belgian Art Nouveau, was one of the first to reject the historical styles and conceive the modern architecture as a mutating shape derived from the relations to emphatic forces and the environment.

 

 
 

 

Louis Khan

U.S.A.

 
 

louis khan

Rooted in the International Style, Louis Khan's monumental achitecture is one of the most influential and representative postmodernist architectural language of the second half of the twentieth century.

 

 
 

 

Charles Eames

U.S.A.

 
 

charles eames

Charles Eames (1907-1978), is famous for his bentwood furniture. He is considered one of the main figures of 50s post-war design period. He interacted with many other famous designers like Eero Saarinen and Harry Bertoia, and contributed to improve industrial design maturation.

 

 
 

 

Philip Johnson

U.S.A.

 
 

philip johnson

The famous american architect Philip Johnson (1906-2005), creator of the "Glass House", coined together with other theorists the term International Style and codified the language of mature modern architecture and design.

 

 

 

 

Le Corbusier

Switzerland - France

 

le corbusier

Charles-Edouard Jeanneret (1887-1965), commonly known as "Le Corbusier", is the inventor of the basic principles of modern architecture concerning the rational and functional application of reinforced concrete technology in the structure of the building.

 

 

 

Adolf Loos

Austria

 
 

adolf loos

The Austrian architect Adolf Loos (1870-1933), opposed the Wiener Secesion style and any form of decorative style. With his "Raumplan" theory and the us of simplified forms and flat surfaces he surely anticipated International Style.

 

 
 

 

Fumihiko Maki

Japan

 
 

fumihiko maki

Maki's minimalist style is the result of a vast knowledge of traditional Japan architecture and culture, as well as the potential of modern construction materials such as reinforced concrete, stainless steel and glass.

 

 
 

 

Charles R. Mackintosh

Scotland

 
 

c. r. mackintosh

C.R. Mackintosh and the Glasgow School of Art, taking inspiration from Scottish tradional architecture and design, invented a modernist style by the end of 19th cenury and are considered as part of the Art Noveau movement.

 

 
 

 

Charles Moore

U.S.A.

 
 

charles moore

Charles Moore, teacher at Berkeley , Yale and the University of California, opposed International Style formalism, in favour of a non-idealist and non-moralist architecture of creativity and more popular mythology.

 

 
 

 

Richard Meier

U.S.A.

 
 

richard meier

Richard Meier is considered one of the Postmodernism icons. In 1963 he founded his practice in New York. Since then he developed his own personal style, defined Neo-Corbusian for his purity of form and the standardization of materials.

 

 
 

 

Bruno Munari

Italy

 
 

bruno munari

Bruno Munari was born in Milan in 1907. Artist and designer, he firstly joined the second generation of Futurism, then founded the MAC (Concrete Art Movement) in 1984 and continued with the creation of extraordinary design objects, paintings and books for children.

 

 
 

 

Richard Neutra

Austria - U.S.A.

 
 

richard neutra

Emigrated from Austria, Richard Neutra is thought to be the one who introduced International Style in the U.S.A. His residential buildings, such as Kaufmann Desert House (1947) are world famous examples of his architectural skills.

 

 
 

 

Joseph M. Olbrich

Austria

 
 

joseph maria olbrich

Olbrich was born in Germany in 1867. He worked in Otto Wagner's studio and joined the anti-tradionalist Wiener Secession movement. In 1899, was commited to create an Artists' Colony at Darmstadt.

 

 
 

 

Andrea Palladio

Italy

 
 

andrea palladio

Andrea Palladio (1508-1580) is considered by many the most important architect in the history of residential architecture. His studies on roman constructions and his series of Villas have set the basis and the standards for all Neo-classic occidental architecture.

 

 
 

 

Renzo Piano

Italy

 
 

renzo piano

Renzo Piano was born in 1937 in Italy. He worked in Louis Khan's studio, and was also influenced by Pierluigi Nervi postmodern architecture. Piano and Rogers constructed the first High Tech style building: the Centre Pompidou in Paris.

 

 
 

 

Giò Ponti

Italy

 
 

giò ponti

Giò Ponti (1891-1979),
Italian artist, designer and publicist, became famous with the foundation of the architecture and design magazine "Domus" in 1928.
With is elegance Ponti's style contributed to the 50s industrial design revolution.

 

 
 

 

Gerrit Rietveld

Holland

 
 

gerrit rietveld

Gerrit Thomas Rietveld, born in the Netherlands in 1888, was a visionary designer and architect, member of the artistic movement called Neoplasticism. He applied Mondrian abstract paintings principles to archictecture and furniture design.

 

 
 

 

Richard Rogers

England

 
 

richard rogers

Rogers was born in Florence and lives in London. He worked for James Stirling and learned the postmodernism architectural language. Rogers, together with Renzo Piano, have created the first High-Tech style building: The Centre Pompidou in Paris.

 

 
 

 

Eero Saarinen

Finland - U.S.A.

 
 

eero saarinen

Eero Saarinen, born in Finalnd in 1910, was a visionary architect and designer who anticipated postmodernism architecture. He collaborated with Knoll and produced a series of extraordinary pieces, such as the world famous Tulip Suite.

 

 
 

 

Philippe Starck

France

 
 

philippe starck

Philippe Starck, born in Paris in 1949, is one of the foremost designers of our times. He began his career in 1968 and since then he has been producing glossy, kitsch, extravagant pieces of furniture which are often a modern re-visitation of historical french styles.

 

 
 

 

Mies Van der Rohe

Germany - U.S.A.

 
 

mies van der rohe

Mies Van der Rohe (1886-1969), German-American architect, directed Bauhaus from 1930 to 1933. This iconic and almost legendary architect revolutionized modern architecture with his glass an steel monumental buildings and with the world famous design motto: "Less is More".

 

 
 

 

Henry Van De Velde

Belgium

 
 

henri van de velde

Henry van de velde (1863-1957) was a protagonist of Belgian Art Noveau together with Victor Horta. Influenced by Arts and Crafts he believed in the concept of "total artwork", based on architecture applied arts and interior design.

 

 
 

 

Theo Van Doesburg

Holland

 
 

theo van doesburg

Theo van Doesburg (1883-1931) participated to Neoplasticism movement, together with the painter Mondrian and the architect Gerrit Rietveld. With his abstract and geometric design he inspired modern architecture main figures, such Le Corbusier and Walter Gropius.

 

 
 

 

Robert Venturi

U.S.A.

 
 

robert venturi

American designer Robert Venturi, just like Charles Moore, opposed post-modernism formalism and International Style main principle: "Less is More". Indeed his post second-war-world creations are playful, colourful, kitsch and fantastic, totally in line with the diffusion of pop-culture.

 

 
 

 

Marco Zanuso

Italy

 
 

marco zanuso

Italian designer Marco Zanuso, famous for his elegant and low-cost 50s and 60s industrial design furniture, collaborated wth the german designer Richard Sapper and Kartell developing iconic modern industrial design pieces of furniture.

 

 
 

 

Ken Yeang

China

 
 

ken yeang

Ken Yeang, born in 1948, is one of the leading figures in ecological and passive enery design. His bioclimatic projects, such as the "Green Skyscrapers", are visionary and lead the way for a more sustainable future architecture.

 

 
 

 

Otto Wagner

Austria

 
 

otto wagner

Austrian architect Otto Wagner (1841-1918), famous for his reinforced concrete and alluminium architecture and urban planning masterpieces, joined the anti-traditionalist movement "Wiener Secession" in 1899.

 

 
 

 

Frank Lloyd Wright

U.S.A.

 
 

frank lloyd wright

American architect Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959), is likely to be the most known modern architect in the world. His Organic Architecture masterpieces have improved and revolutionized the excessive austerity of International Style.

 

 

 
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architecture

Steiner House/Adolf Loos (underconstruction)

Schroder House/Gerrit Rietveld(underconstruction)

Ville Savoy/Le Corbusier (underconstruction)

Barcelona Pavillon/Mies Van der Rohe(underconstruction)

Falling Water / Frank Lloyd Wright

Kaufmann Desert House/Richard Neutra

Glass House/Philip Johnson

House VI/Peter Eisenman(underconstruction)

Douglas House/Richard Meier (underconstruction)

Azuma House/Tadao Ando

Casa Rotonda/Mario Botta(underconstruction)

Y House/Steven Holl(underconstruction)

 

 
 

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design objects

Willis House Chair/Frank Lloyd Wright*

Hill House Chair/C.R. Mackintosh*

Red-Blue Chair/Gerrit Rietvel*

Wasilly Chair/Marcel Breuer*

LC series/Le Corbusier*

Barcelona Chair/Mies Van der Rohe

Chair mod. 406/Alvar Aalto*

LCW Lounge Chair Wood/Charles Eames*

Superleggera/Giò Ponti*

Lady Chair/Marco Zanuso*

Tulip Suite/Eero Saarinen*

Wire Chair/Harry Bertoia*

Swan Chair/Arne Jacobsen*

Tube Chair/Joe Colombo*

Louis Ghost Chair/Philippe Stark*

Moon System/Zaha Hadid*

Cardboard Furniture/Frank Ghery*

 

 
 

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keystones

Ancient Greece Interiors

Pompeian Styles

The Roman Domus

Medieval Gothic Furniture

The Perspective

Italian Majolica

Palaces and Studios

Architectural Furniture & Marquetry

Mannerism and Grotesque

Sambin & Du Cerceau

Royal Palaces and Cabinets

Boulle Furniture

Chinoiseries and Porcelain

Percier & Fontaine

Jacob & Desmalter

The Shakers

Thonet

Arts and Crafts

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Aalto A.

Ando T.

Barragan L.

Berlage H.P.

Bertoia H.

Botta M.

Breuer M.

Campo Baeza A.

Castiglioni A.

Colombo J.

Eisenman P.

Foster N.

Fisher D.

Gaudi A.

Ghery F.

Gropius W.

Guimard H.

Hadid Z.

Hoffmann J.

Holl S.

Horta V.

Khan L.

Eames C.

Johnson P.

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Le Corbusier

Loos A.

Maki F.

Makintosh C.R.

Moore C.

Meier R.

Munari B.

Neutra R.

Olbrich J.M.

Palladio A.

Piano R.

Ponti G.

Rietveld G.

Rogers R.

Saarinen E.

Starck P.

Van der Rohe M.

Van de Velde H.

Van Doesburg T.

Venturi R.

Zanuso M.

Yeang K.

Wagner. O.

Wright F.L.

styles

Henri II

Louis XIII

Louis XIV and Regency

Louis XV

Georgian

Chippendale

Louis XVI

Directory

Empire

Gothic Revival

Victorian

Restauration

Louis Philippe

Second Empire

Biedermeier

Art Noveau

Sezession stil

Neoplasticism

Rationalism and Expressionism

Purism

Functionalism

Art Decò - Modernisme

Organic Architecture

International Style

Postmodernism

High-Tech

Minimalism

Deconstructivism

Kitsch-Pop-Vintage

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Fabrics

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Colour Psychology

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Surface Decorations

 

 
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archidose.blogspot.com   a very interesting and well organized blog full of news on fresh architecture and design realizations
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barrisol.com   the famous lighing fabric material
bauhaus2yourhouse.com   classic furniture seller
bbc.co.uk   an excellent site where you can also find a lot of interior design historical information
Best_Interior_Design   This pretty simple and quite childish game ca be considered as an indicator for the growing interest for Inteior Design that young people demonstrate.
bonluxat.com   classic modern furniure seller
britannica.com   a very well documented online encyclopedia where you can find information on interior design, architecture, materials, styles, techniques
designaddict.com    
designboom.com   excellent interior design source
designicons.co.uk   modern classics
designmuseum.org   the website of the Design Museum of London, offers to interior design fans to many exihibitions and a lot of information about life and products of many world famous designers
classicafurniture.com   classic interior design objects
classic-design24.com   classic interior design object
domusweb.it    
essential-architecture.com   very nice site with a lot of pictures and description on Architecture
exclusivelyhome.com    
flashkit.com i design flashkit pic

the best site for flash designers, with tutorials, assets, sounds, etc.. everything is totally free

fosterandpartners.com    
furniturestyles.net    
galinsky.com   everything you want to know about ancient, modern and contemporary architecture, and architects
historyforkids.org history for kids architecture simple explained A simple and straightforward site to start with for your architecture and design researches.
home-improvement01.com home improvement site logo Do it yourself home improvement, build and remodel your home right way. Learn how the master craftsmen of old built things to last
i-dressup.com   An immersive entertaining website, not educational. Contains many flash games involved in designing rooms.
inhabitat.com   news about the latest trends in architecture and interior design, information on eco design and sustainable architecture
interior-design-tutor.net   Excellent site, helps you recognize the correct design choices
interiordezine.com   interior design site
kartell.com kartell logo picture Kartell is one of the most known modern industrial design industries in the world. The famous designer Philippe Starck works for Kartell.
mayadiscovery.com mayan ancient world architecture discover all the secrets of ancient mayan architecture
marcozanuso.com   The official website of the famous italian Interior Designer and his company now run by his son.
materialgirlsblog.com   a very useful and extravagant blog, not only for girls!
mlahanas.de greek culture architecture design history Everytihing about the greeks, from architecutre to daylife.
mnsu.edu egypt ancient architecture religion culture Egyptian extraordinary architecture, culture and religion.
moonstruck.org roman house pompeian styles Excellen site which describes perfectly how roman noble houses ( domus ) were organized and finely decorated with paintings and mosaics, based on specific themes and motifs such as the famous "4 Pompeian styles".
nextag.com i design nextag pic Excellent price comparison site. Compare sellers and prices. Follow price trends of a particula object, including design objects.
pushpullbar.com i design pushpullbar pic Architecture and Design Forum. Great resource which offers a large amount of images, informal infos and links to more references.
ultimatehouse.tv    
spacecraftint.com    
spacefurniture.com.au    
spacify.com    
starck.com   Philippe Starck is considered the most successful and creative contemporary designer. Its innovating furniture is a revisitation of the ancient French Styles, such as Louis Philippe.
stylepark.com    
romereborn.virginia.edu ancient rome forum colosseum palaces temples 3d reconstruction visualization project Institute of technologies for the humanities presents is 3d reconstruction of ancient Rome project.
serdar-hizli-art.com ancient architecture and culture middle east eastern asian  
thesims.ea.com the sims game logo design The Sims game was not conceived as an educational game, but it can be considered a starting point for an Interior Design digital-game-based-learning tool.
treehugger.com    
vroma.org    
wired.com/wiredhome i design wired home pic The world's most famous New Media and Technology magazine introduce you to the house of the future based on ecology and responsive environment.
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