Modern & contemporary interiors in Karim Rashid Style

Modern & contemporary interiors in Karim Rashid Style

  • By IDUS Furniture  |  Friday, May 12, 2017

One of the most prolific designer of his generation, Karim Rashid has become an epitome of creative design and technology. Karim Rashid is a style setter and a man of many talents- he is an industrial designer, architect, a decorator, an artist, a writer, a fashion designer, a lecturer and believe it or not a DJ too! Constantly trotting around the globe, this versatile designer has designed salt shakers to light fixtures to sofas and poufs. He has worked in nearly 40 countries, for brands that strike envy like Giorgio Armani, Audi, Toyota, Kenzo, Magis, Prada, Sony, Swarovski, Alessi, Artemide, Veuve Clicquot, Zanotta, Audi, Horm, Cappellini, Carolina Herrera, Edra, Egizia, Estee, Foscarini, and Bonaldo.

3D Wall Texture

His portfolio includes over 3,000 designs in production and over 300 awards. His products are featured in 20 permanent collections at various galleries around the world.

Karim Rashid is noted for his futuristic designs and products with bold color schemes. The Egyptian-born, Canadian-raised designer continues to stun the world with dynamic designs. His designs are all about exploring and experimenting with nature, evoking human emotions and challenging the existing norms and mindset.

futuristic interior designs

According to the design icon, “We exist to create. Whether we procreate or intellectually create, we are all here just for that, to evolve and progress humanity. We must evolve, we must innovate, and we must change.  I want to change the world. That counts the most.”

Color combination of wall and furniture

Color, aesthetics, human connection, emotions drive him to create pieces and interiors that communicate with people. The design is useful when it forms a connection with people and evokes emotions. (Courtesy: designfather.com & Gorenje.com)

Decor Silk Road Design by Karim Rashid

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