All interiors, by definition, occur inside buildings and therefore have a very real relation to these buildings. The best interiors today, as well as in the past, are those that relate well in character and appropriateness to the particular building. The furnishings designed and scaled for spacious country homes or palaces would obviously be out of place in a small urban apartment or suburban home. A strong and unusual piece of architecture such as New York City’s Trans World Airlines terminal (at John F. Kennedy International Airport) could not be properly furnished with standard commercial furniture and products. The building, as well as the interiors, was conceived as a total design by the Finnish-born architect Eero Saarinen . Whether the observer agrees with the architect’s concept or not, he clearly senses the strong interrelationship between the exterior and the interior—and therefore the aesthetic unity and success. Another successful interior and building is the Ford Foundation headquarters in New York City, the work of architects Kevin Roche and John Dinkeloo, with interiors by Warren Platner. The design is notable for its handsome spaces opening out toward an enclosed garden space. This obviously would not have been possible or appropriate if the view from the offices had been unattractive.
“Oliver and his team were a pleasure to work with. Right from the kitchen design concept at the start when we discussed our ideas, throught to completion of the project, everything was explained and executed with precise detail to make sure that the kitchen delivered was perfect. Nothing was too much trouble, and the attention to detail was fantastic, which is something that sometimes can be lacking here in Dubai. I would have no hesitation to recommend Goettling Design as the company you can absolutely trust, to make sure you have the kitchen of your dreams. Best regards, Belinda”
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