High in longevity and sustainability in interior design
High’s fashion fundamentals are based on craftsmanship, quality and design. And so the interior of this boutique’s in Poland reflects the brand values. Like the designer’s approach to fashion design – longevity and sustainability are crucial in this interior design.
Far from glamour, industrialism and ongoing trends. High space is focused on harmony, natural materials and constructional lines.
Here are the top 5 characteristics of this interior:
- Longevity and sustainability of brand’s values, fashion and interior design.
- Respect for craftsmanship
- Focal point – lounge decorative wall
- Architectural approach
- Inspired by nature – colours and materials used
Longevity and sustainability
High’s manifesto focuses not only on design but also on quality, longevity and sustainability. To put it another way: classics over trendy, simplicity and functionality over embellishments. And this guarantee longevity in the long run. Below I discuss all the elements that creates organic, harmonious and honest but still unique interior.
Today’s fast fashion reality focuses on novelties and trends. But the High brand goes the opposite way. It means that it values quality over quantity and craftsmanship over mass production. The material plays the main role in here. In this case, wooden stands, wall panelling, and textiles. You may say basic but also timeless features . But what is more in the view of the longevity and sustainability this interior ticks all the boxes as a timeless space that lasts despite rapidly changing trends.
The tribute to the craftsmanship is paid in the space’s focal point.
3. Focal Point
Which is the backdrop wall supporting the launge space. It is made of bicoloured large-scale textiles. Truly this accent is reminiscent of the tailor’s way of folding the material in the workshop.
4. Architectural approach. Lines and shapes
The interior focuses significantly on architectural forms, shapes and lines. To say the least, Claire Campbell the designer admits that she works on her collections more like an architect than a designer. By all means, proportions and harmony of lines is visible everywhere in this space.
5. Inspired by nature – colours and materials used
Neutral colour palette – whites, creams and olives, bronzes and greens. The neutral colours blends and holds the organic look of this interior design.
Again, timeless simplistic interior design complements here the longevity and sustainability in a long run.