How megatrends shape private interior design style
Mega trends such as urbanization, individualization, and New Work shape the modern furnishing of private households. The member companies of Küchenmeile have picked up on these trends and contribute to serving these mega trends individually through their diversity in material, color, surface, as well as technology and not least through their wide range of types and their size variance.
In the metropolises of the world, the demand for living space is growing due to urbanization. Rising property prices and rents, especially in new construction projects, contribute to the reduction of the per capita available living space. A consequence of this development are so-called open-space floor plans. They eliminate the separation between the kitchen and the living area in the interest of optimizing the available space. Instead, cross-functional plans are implemented. With thoughtful, multifunctional solutions and coordinated furnishings, storage space, functions and daily routines can be designed in a homely and individual manner in compact spaces.
Standard was yesterday - individuality is today
People's desire for individuality is also reflected in their furnishings. "Tailor-made" furniture, matched in material, color, surface structure and of course in the equipment to the respective room and the personal wishes and needs of the residents, correspond with an individual backdrop of the respective floor plan. All components contribute together to making the living space a place that reflects the personality and style of its residents.
People's lifestyles and work methods, and thus also their demand for their private environment, are becoming increasingly flexible. The overlap of work and private life is also reflected, among other things, in the integration of an individual home office. The range of services offered by the KM member companies supports experienced planners and designers in adapting every interior to the personal needs and tastes of their customers. This creates interior architecture and furniture that can be easily integrated into changing environments.