Innovation and design have long gone hand in hand, and have a major influence on each other. Innovation makes for inspired, unique spaces, which in turn inspire innovation and creativity. But where does innovation really come into play in the interior design world? We take a look at the keys to innovation in spaces.

Big ideas

Inspiration and big ideas don’t happen overnight. It takes an innovative eye to truly glean inspiration from anything and everything, developing new takes on old iconic styles and formulating new classics. Big ideas also take on a cultural and political approach. New ideas in wider spheres are translated in the transformation of built environments, expressing company culture and brand values, both inside and out.


New technology has revolutionised the design industry in the past few years, making it easier for interior designers, architects and creatives to bring their ideas to life. Design technology allows designers to push the boundaries, experimenting with ideas and concepts that might not have been possible before. Spaces are also now more personalisable than ever with augmented reality and 3D printing making bespoke boundary-less

Interior architecture

Architecture isn’t just for the outside. Innovative interior architecture is just another way designers are able to create inspired and dynamic spaces. Experimentation with levels, positioning and textures all have an impact on the way spaces are presented.


As the collaborative nature of the design industry grows, so too has innovation. More creative brains focussed on one project draws in a wealth of expertise, inspiration and preferences. This, along with crowdsourcing technologies for industry professionals, allows innovation to thrive.

Inspiration can come from anywhere, and we’re always looking to provide our clients with award-winning, innovative and dynamic spaces. Every project is important to us, so don’t hesitate to get in touch to discuss how we can transform your space.

“Inspiration can be gained from anywhere; you just need to be on the lookout for it.”

2017-10-18T10:42:19+00:00 August 15th, 2017|Categories: News|