Architects and designers no longer want to associate themselves with particular styles or trends, argued Neri&Hu founder Rossana Hu during a talk with Dezeen and Dornbracht in Berlin last month.
Although architects and designers have often been associated with particular movements or stylistic approaches in the past, Hu said that today – many take an eclectic approach to their work to in order to avoid categorisation.
This has led to a lack of easily identifiable styles in contemporary architecture and interior design, the co-founder of Shanghai-based studio Neri&Hu claimed.
Read the Article in Dezeen by Calum Lindsay
Main Photo: On the panel was the design duo Rossana Hu and Lyndon Neri of Neri&Hu, interior designer Rafael De Cardenas and Dezeen editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs