The CERAMIC INDUSTRY has always been volatile, and the disease has further increased to a certain dynamic nature. We have adjusted every part of the place where we live, work, and try to collect as a result of the disaster, which has brought us closer to our space than ever before due to the protracted lockdowns.
However, this is not the first time disease has affected our constructed environments. Living styles have always been affected by historical events! So, changes do occur, and they are not related to aesthetics, but also to understand the aim of producing compatible living in the present and for the future.
We are forever impacted by the beauty of nature, memories of the past, and the safety of our home, which transforms into our space as an extension of our personality, expressing the aesthetics and functionality we actually value.
OUR OWN DWELLING
The PANDEMIC has completely changed the course of home design trends. Spending more time at home has motivated us to recognize the importance it plays in our lives, as well as the sense of security and comfort it provides—both physically and mentally. To put it in simple terms, our homes have taken on greater significance than ever before.
We at Duratiles have different conceptions of our surroundings after being kept indoors for a year and a half (or even longer in some areas of the world), and our unsatisfying dwellings, which were formerly just a place for eating, relaxing, and sleeping, changed into a multipurpose location of utmost importance. What did we not do at home? So, we accomplished everything! Didn’t we, didn’t we?
It worked as an office, a library, a gym, a restaurant, and even a party space for a few of us! Basically, it became the focal point of our lives, and our days got increasingly centered on it. It is where we learned to separate ourselves from the overuse of technology (using it solely as a tool for development) and to treasure the small moments with friends, families, and ourselves.
Mental peace, physical health, and improved emotional links quickly moved to the top of the priority list. Self-improvement became a popular objective in many homes, and activities like YOGA, MEDITATION, and OTHER PHYSICAL EXERCISES became an important part of daily life. Our desire for pleasant experiences penetrated every part of our lives, including the choice of things that give an emotionally healthy atmosphere, removing our anxieties and anxiety about the outside world by inducing comfort, durability, and mental positivity.
OUR HOUSE: SHELTER OF PROTECTION
Surfaces such as textured tiles, comforting materials, and natural materials will be essential to this new trend, as well as a link between the interior and outside.