Rooftop Design Talks presents:
The wars have changed art history radically by bringing in abstract painting. The architectural trends followed the social regimes.
What exactly happens when the human meets a war, pandemic or economical crisis?
Looking at how the world is changing day by day it’s impossible not to notice how the interior is adapting to a new reality. Design trends reflect the environment every day. They cover advertising, fashion, food, sports, and of course, interior design and architecture are not left out.
We will be discussing the effect of the times of social change and crisis and their effect on the aesthetics; particularly in interior design.
We await you to the talk Interior Design Trends in Crisis Times by Ukrainian designer Katerina Kovalenko.
About the speaker:
Katerina Kovalenko is a Ukrainian interior designer and founder of 725 design studio, author of a design column, and trend-hunter. For ten years of experience, she implemented projects around the world by working for the American, Italian and Ukrainian markets. Her articles and publications about design can be found on the pages of L’Officiel, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle Decor, Dezeen and more.
�??�??Also, she taught a course in design school and gave an interview about design trends for television. This year she became the youngest accredited interior design professional by the British Interior Design Society and now she lives in London and expands the geography of her projects.