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Three movies for interior design lovers full of curiosities and secrets

12/01/2022 · 2 Min Read

In this new entry on our blog, we have made an interesting selection of three movies for interior design lovers full of curiosities and secrets. These three films are quite a creative stimulus, with very interesting insights.

From different perspectives, all these stories introduce us to worlds where, in some way, design is the protagonist. Let’s look at each of the three movies below.

The Intern (Nancy Meyers)

The protagonist in this movie is a young woman who sells clothes on the Internet. All the settings are very interesting from an interior design point of view, showing flawless scenes. The minimalist office and the modern house of the protagonist (Anne Hathaway) are a good example of this. But also the house of another protagonist, Robert de Niro, in a classic style, very neat and with a perfect closet. The color palette and the mix of trends are striking.

The Intern (Nancy Meyers)

The Intern (Nancy Meyers)

Her (Spike Jonze)

A not too distant future projected through the importance of color and the emotions that they can make us feel. In this film we travel to the feelings of the protagonist. The interior design of this story goes hand in hand with the concept that technology is the invisible architecture that builds our lives. The film’s settings show very clean, polished and bright environments, characterized by a very aseptic minimalism. This gives all the prominence to color as a language of emotions.

The quality of Contemporary Design that is reflected at all times is the transparency, which is reflected both in the protagonist’s home and in his workplace. Played by Joaquin Phoenix, we see a subjective love story between the human and the humanoid.

Her (Spike Jonze)

Her (Spike Jonze)

The Grand Budapest Hotel (Wes Anderson)

4 Oscars endorse this production in which the plans are meticulously thought out and harbor a multitude of meanings. One of the most notable characteristics of this film is the symmetry. For this, the Art Deco style is used, with a symmetrical architectural design that makes it coexist with the German Art Nouveau style.

The hotel, the epicenter of history, shows a drastic transformation materialized in two very different styles marked throughout history. One, the classic 60s style and the other, an opulent aesthetic that breathes luxury and classic European elegance.

The Grand Budapest Hotel (Wes Anderson)

The Grand Budapest Hotel (Wes Anderson)

Photo credit: MF

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