Designing an interior is not only about the creative, aesthetic aspects. Technological tools are an increasing part of the process as well. Designer Amir Hossein Noori has a keen interest in both, resulting in projects that feel innovative yet familiar.
A graduate of the London School of Architecture, Amir Hossein Noori embodies the ideals of a new generation of architects seeking solutions to contemporary, global challenges. His professional experience covers a wide range of projects, with a particular focus on high-end residential design. In the past, he has worked with renowned studios such as Michaelis Boyd Architects and Charlton Brown. In addition to this practical experience, he has a keen interest in everything at the intersection of architecture, technology and entrepreneurship. The designer therefore actively engages in research and discussion on these topics. That interest in technology goes beyond the integration of advanced tools into the architectural design process. He also recognises the potential of technology to improve the efficiency and sustainability of the architectural workflow. Moreover, he has developed techniques for integrating advanced technologies, such as artificial intelligence, into the creative and design workflow of architects and other designers.
Curved walls and flowing interior elements cultivate a sense of informality
Amir's design philosophy focuses on cultivating simplicity and harmony in both retail and residential projects. Through the strategic integration of prominent elements, he creates spaces that evoke a sense of serenity and balance. In commercial projects, he places great importance on the customer experience, creating environments that not only showcase products in their most striking light, but also pay attention to the sensory and atmospheric nuances of the shopping experience.
In his residential projects, the designer takes a holistic approach, prioritising both comfort and sustainability. Through the strategic use of circular and sustainable materials, spaces are designed that are not only visually appealing but also ecologically sound. In terms of form and geometry, we find subtle references to architectural elements of the past, while the designer also tries to connect contemporary living spaces with a sense of belonging. Curved walls and flowing interior elements cultivate a sense of informality and ease in the living space. Also striking are the high ceilings, which add an idea of grandeur. Creativity clearly knows no boundaries for Amir Hossein Noori. The designer's vision, focused on holistic interiors and the integration of technological tools, leads to inspiring results that leave us curious for more.
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