July 17, 2024
Dezeen’s top 10 home interiors of 2022

As aspect of our assessment of the year, we glance at 10 residence interiors that our readers admired in 2022, which include a home with a mirror-dice bathroom and a concrete condominium in a brutalist tower block.

Natural materials took centre stage in households this yr, with lots of jobs applying wood to create quiet, tranquil interiors. Also common were being exposed concrete partitions, colourful glazed tiles, and minimalist interiors with lots of environmentally friendly vegetation.

Browse on for Dezeen’s prime 10 dwelling interiors of 2022:

Wood-panelled hallway in Conde Duque apartment by Sierra + De La Higuera
Image by German Sáiz

Conde Duque apartment, Spain, by Sierra + De La Higuera

Conventional Moroccan zellige tiles in vivid colors have been made use of to outline the distinctive spaces within this Madrid apartment by Spanish studio Sierra + De La Higuera.

The interior design and style was informed by the owners’ Mexican and Galician heritage and capabilities timber and terracotta partitions, as well as a Mexico-affected kitchen and eating place concluded with emerald inexperienced tiles.

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Kitchen inside Low Energy House designed by Architecture for London
Picture by Lorenzo Zandri and Christian Brailey

Energy-conserving property, Uk, by Architecture for London

British studio Architecture for London built this house in Muswell Hill, north London, for its founder Ben Ridley. The minimalist inside of the three-flooring Edwardian dwelling is clad in organic materials which includes wood, stone and lime plaster.

The home was made to be power-preserving, with the lime plaster applied to kind an airtight layer in the course of, mitigating any heat loss.

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Twentieth by Woods + Dangaran
Photograph by Joe Fletcher

Twentieth, US, by Woods + Dangaran

The winner of this year’s Dezeen Award for Household interior of the year, Twentieth by Los Angeles studio Woods + Dangaran was developed with its residing spaces organised all over a a long time-aged olive tree.

The interior of the three-storey household attributes exposed white bricks, as effectively as floor-to-ceiling glazing and a big travertine fire, even though wood-panelling offers the dwelling a mid-century present day really feel.

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Diplomat's home in Rome by 02A
Picture by Serena Eller

Diplomat’s Household, Italy, by 02A

This Italian apartment, created for a diplomat who goes on frequent perform journeys, was still left intentionally unfinished. In the bed room, mirrored screens enclose a small lavatory to build what inside studio 02A describes as an “immaterial cubic volume”.

The full flat is crammed with antique and mid-century furnishings, which have been mixed with present-day cabinetry. A vivid colour palette contrasts with the building’s original tiled flooring.

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Gale Apartment living room
Image by Fran Parente

Gale Condominium, Brazil, by Memola Estudio

The concrete framework of the constructing was left uncovered for neighborhood studio Memola Estudio’s renovation of this São Paulo condominium, with darkish, polished picket floors contrasting against the industrial-looking walls.

A mosaic stone wall and a image wall that showcases the owners’ artworks also attribute in the dwelling, which was opened up to create much better sightlines.

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Window seat in minimal interiors of forest retreat in Sweden designed by Norm Architects
Picture by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen

Forest retreat, Sweden, by Norm Architects

This traditional timber cabin was turned into a pared-again holiday break house, which Danish studio Norm Architects described as “intended for a uncomplicated lifestyle.”

The studio utilized a minimalist colour palette for the household, with partitions included in beige dolomite plaster. Oakwood was made use of for the flooring and cabinetry in the cabin, in which Norm Architects also inserted a elevated daybed-cum-window seat where by people can sit to take in the perspective of the forest.

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Interior of East Village apartment by GRT Architects
Picture by Nicole Franzen

East Village apartment, US, by GRT Architects

Warm colours, oak wooden and glistening ceramic tiles generate a welcoming truly feel in this New York flat, which was renovated by GRT Architects.

The studio extra metallic facts these as brass bars to the inside, making a trendy distinction from the wood. Herringbone parquet flooring provides to the cosy come to feel of the residence within Onyx Courtroom, a 6-storey corner Beaux-Arts structure in the city’s East Village.

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Blue spiral staircase
Picture by Olmo Peeters

Riverside Tower condominium, Belgium, by Studio Okami Architecten

Situated within a 20-storey brutalist tower in Antwerp, the duplex Riverside Tower apartment was renovated by Bram Van Cauter, founding lover of Studio Okami Architecten, for himself and his partner.

The end result is a completely present day flat that combines exposed concrete walls with brilliant colours and modern furnishings, as nicely as loads of green vegetation that give existence to the gray inside.

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Textured fabrics and materials in Japandi interior
Image by Michinori Aoki

Tokyo condominium, Japan, by OEO Studio

Copenhagen-primarily based OEO Studio drew on equally Scandinavian and Japanese layout to produce this Japandi-fashion condominium in Tokyo’s Opus Arisugawa housing complicated.

It attributes hanging aspects these as a rammed-earth wall and constructed-in concrete seating in the entryway (pictured). Furniture concluded in smoked oak and oiled pinewood nods to Scandinavia, whilst Japanese Ōya stone was used for the columns that divide the living location and kitchen.

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Kitchen of West Bend House in Melbourne, designed by Brave New Eco
Photo by Peter Bennetts

West Bend Household, Australia, by Courageous New Eco

Shortlisted for the Residence interior of the yr class at Dezeen Awards 2022, West Bend Residence was intended by Australian studio Brave New Eco as a “permanently household” loaded with timber, terracotta and other eco-welcoming products.

The dwelling also capabilities saturated colour particulars such as a lavatory clad in sapphire tiles and a khaki inexperienced couch and purple curtains in the living home.

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