Interior designer Dieter Schmidt elegantly plays with materials and colours, shapes and light, in rooms he is furnishing. His tailor-made concepts with high aesthetical standards create efficient processes and impressive atmospheres.
What do plain fabrics and modern art have in common? Both are proof that using just one colour - a radical choice - can be anything but monotonous.
For 30 years, Dutch interior designer Francine Broos has been developing her own concept about the interaction between people and their environment: Nowhere else does her approach’s delightful consistency become so apparent as in the contrast between her living and working spaces.