DESIGN FOR TOMORROW Where Trends, Ideas and Tradition converge - Submit your Idea

DESIGN FOR TOMORROW Where Trends, Ideas and Tradition converge

In the design world, the pursuit of innovation is seamlessly intertwined with a reverence for tradition. As we step into 2024, the design ethos for tomorrow takes center stage, and Surfaces Reporter proudly unveils the editorial theme - "Design for Tomorrow: Where Trends, Ideas, and Tradition Converge."

India, with its rich tapestry of history, cultural diversity, and architectural heritage, is witnessing a paradigm shift in design preferences. The discerning clientele, particularly in the premium segment, is expressing a growing appetite for projects and products that not only exude opulence but also encapsulate the essence of India's glorious past.

The demand for premium projects in the country has surged, reflecting an aspirational lifestyle that embraces luxury and sophistication. However, what sets the design landscape apart in this era is the simultaneous clamour for authenticity and a touch of tradition. It's a delicate balance, a harmonious dance between the contemporary and the timeless.

In response to this demand, I extend an open call not only to architects but also to builders of today, design professionals, and product sellers, urging you to share your stories on how your products and projects are at the forefront of meeting the needs and demands of tomorrow.

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As we navigate the intricate dance between luxury and tradition, I invite builders to elucidate how you envision the recent future and how your projects go beyond brick and mortar, becoming a testament to the evolving desires of a clientele that seeks more than just a structure – an embodiment of their dreams and aspirations. Design professionals, your insights into the delicate interplay between modern aesthetics and traditional values will be instrumental in defining the narrative of the new design era.

To product sellers, this is an opportunity to showcase how your offerings align with the trajectory of tomorrow's design preferences. Whether it is sustainable materials, technologically advanced fixtures, or culturally inspired decor, your contributions play a pivotal role in shaping the spaces of the future. Share your experiences of providing solutions that not only meet but exceed the expectations of a clientele that demands nothing but the best.

"SR Design for Tomorrow" is a collaborative endeavour, a celebration of the synergies between builders, design professionals, and product sellers, each playing a vital role in sculpting a future where trends, ideas, and tradition seamlessly converge.

We will be taking your ideas forward by inviting you to be our Guest Author, Speaker in our upcoming shows, invitations for exclusive interviews. Some lucky ones would be part of Surfaces Reporter Cover stories.


Architects, Builders, Interior Designers, Product owners

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About the author:
Vertica Dvivedi is the Editor-in-chief of SURFACES REPORTER, Furniture Design & Technology and Director of Bigsea Marcom India Pvt Ltd


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