February 7, 2023
Dezeen’s high 10 residence interiors of 2022

As a part of our assessment of the yr, we take a look at 10 residence interiors that our readers admired in 2022, together with a house with a mirror-cube toilet and a concrete house in a brutalist tower block.

Pure supplies took centre stage in houses this yr, with many tasks utilizing wooden to create calm, peaceable interiors. Additionally standard have been uncovered concrete partitions, vibrant glazed tiles, and minimalist interiors with loads of inexperienced vegetation.

Learn on for Dezeen’s high 10 residence interiors of 2022:


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

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

Conventional Moroccan zellige tiles in vibrant colors have been used to outline the completely different areas inside this Madrid house by Spanish studio Sierra + De La Higuera.

The inside design was knowledgeable by the homeowners’ Mexican and Galician heritage and options timber and terracotta partitions, in addition to a Mexico-influenced kitchen and eating space completed 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

Vitality-saving residence, UK, by Structure for London

British studio Structure for London designed this residence in Muswell Hill, north London, for its founder Ben Ridley. The minimalist inside of the three-floor Edwardian home is clad in pure supplies together with wooden, stone and lime plaster.

The house was designed to be energy-saving, with the lime plaster used to type an hermetic layer all through, mitigating any warmth loss.

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Twentieth by Woods + Dangaran
Picture by Joe Fletcher

Twentieth, US, by Woods + Dangaran

The winner of this yr’s Dezeen Award for Home inside of the yr, Twentieth by Los Angeles studio Woods + Dangaran was designed with its dwelling areas organised round a decades-old olive tree.

The inside of the three-storey home options uncovered white bricks, in addition to floor-to-ceiling glazing and a big travertine fire, whereas wood-panelling offers the house a mid-century trendy really feel.

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

Diplomat’s House, Italy, by 02A

This Italian house, designed for a diplomat who goes on frequent work journeys, was left deliberately unfinished. Within the bed room, mirrored screens enclose a small toilet to create what inside studio 02A describes as an “immaterial cubic quantity”.

The entire flat is stuffed with vintage and mid-century furnishings, which have been mixed with modern cabinetry. A vibrant color palette contrasts with the constructing’s authentic tiled flooring.

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Gale Apartment living room
Picture by Fran Parente

Gale Condominium, Brazil, by Memola Estudio

The concrete construction of the constructing was left uncovered for native studio Memola Estudio’s renovation of this São Paulo house, with darkish, polished wood flooring contrasting towards the industrial-looking partitions.

A mosaic stone wall and an image wall that showcases the homeowners’ artworks additionally characteristic within the residence, which was opened as much as create higher 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 conventional timber cabin was became a pared-back vacation residence, which Danish studio Norm Architects described as “designed for a easy life.”

The studio used a minimalist color palette for the home, with partitions lined in beige dolomite plaster. Oakwood was used for the flooring and cabinetry within the cabin, wherein Norm Architects additionally inserted a raised daybed-cum-window seat the place residents can sit to absorb the view of the forest.

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

East Village house, US, by GRT Architects

Heat colors, oak wooden and glistening ceramic tiles create a welcoming really feel on this New York flat, which was renovated by GRT Architects.

The studio added metallic particulars reminiscent of brass bars to the inside, creating a classy distinction towards the wooden. Herringbone parquet flooring provides to the cosy really feel of the house inside Onyx Court docket, a six-storey nook Beaux-Arts construction within the metropolis’s East Village.

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Blue spiral staircase
Picture by Olmo Peeters

Riverside Tower house, Belgium, by Studio Okami Architecten

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

The result’s a totally trendy flat that mixes uncovered concrete partitions with brilliant colors and modern furnishings, in addition to loads of inexperienced vegetation that give life to the gray inside.

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Textured fabrics and materials in Japandi interior
Picture by Michinori Aoki

Tokyo house, Japan, by OEO Studio

Copenhagen-based OEO Studio drew on each Scandinavian and Japanese design to create this Japandi-style house in Tokyo’s Opus Arisugawa housing advanced.

It options putting particulars reminiscent of a rammed-earth wall and built-in concrete seating within the entryway (pictured). Furnishings completed in smoked oak and oiled pinewood nods to Scandinavia, whereas Japanese Ōya stone was used for the columns that divide the dwelling space and kitchen.

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

West Bend Home, Australia, by Courageous New Eco

Shortlisted for the Home inside of the yr class at Dezeen Awards 2022, West Bend Home was designed by Australian studio Courageous New Eco as a “ceaselessly residence” stuffed with timber, terracotta and different eco-friendly supplies.

The house additionally options saturated color particulars reminiscent of a rest room clad in sapphire tiles and a khaki inexperienced couch and purple curtains in the lounge.

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