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blog Eliane
26 the April the 2024

3 architectural trends that accompany the co-creations of 2024

5 min reading | admineliane
3 architectural trends that accompany the co-creations of 2024
Main fairs such as Birô Alemão and the Milan Furniture Show highlight how we will live and what will motivate us to consume, by Regina Galvão.


Environment with the SAC Olaria Adobe product by Eliane.

Living room with warmth and affection. Co-creations between Eliane and Arthur Casas. Products: Sac Olaria Adobe Duo 44.8×44,8cm, 29,8×29,8cm and 14.8×14,8cm | Photo: @Tardelliwork | Production: Debbie Apsan


From Italians to Japanese, the trend and style experts from the bora.herke.palmisano bureau, based in Frankfurt, in Germany, presented the trends that will guide the world of design, at the Ambiente fair, the largest housewares company in the world, held at the end of January in the same city.

First of all, a pesquisa de Cem Bora, Claudia Herke and Anetta Palmisano, company founders, takes into account numerous visits to design studios and conversations with creatives and makers from around the world.


Product graphics Cite Milo Bruma

Affective textures from the Milo Series, one of the co-creations of 2024. Product: Cite Milo Bruma NA 60x120cm | Photo: @Tardelliwork | Production: Debbie Apsan


From this precise observation and analysis, the trio and their team identified ways, colors and materials that will shape consumer preferences in consumer goods in the coming years. Ie, “The great countertrend to the advancement of digitalization is craftsmanship”, como afirma Anetta Palmisano.


Panel with FGMF Risca Carbon product.

Risca's design values ​​the beauty of the imperfect. Risca and Sílica are part of the co-creations of 2024 Product: Fgmf Risca Carbon EXT 60x120cm | Photo: @Tardelliwork | Production: Debbie Apsan


At the same time, the Salone del Mobile in Milan, which took place in April this year also reveals the main trends for design and architecture. Coming soon, the Milan Motor Show trends report 2024 will be available. See below how the future will shape itself, according to the German bureau, and Eliane's collections, that fit these predictions.


Quality of silence


Color palette of Eliane's Cite Milo product

Cite draws inspiration from the past and present, praising sensitive stories and narratives. Product: Cite Milo Limestone NA 60x120m | Photo: @Tardelliwork | Production: Debbie Apsan


  • Concept

Primordialmente, a tendência qualidade do sono revela o crescente desejo da humanidade por calma e clareza. Soft colors and simple, sustainable materials allow us to experience sensations of comfort and tranquility – silence is considered a true luxury. Sobretudo, objetos comuns aparecem em perspectivas inusitadas, simple materials get a new tone. Everything to have a purist and calming effect.

  • Shades

As cores This palette ranges from soft, sunlit nuances to shaded, restrained tones.. Many of them reflect the raw materials and organic materials used, which may be unusual. Do mesmo modo, tons pastel sutilmente misturados a tons neutros exprimem calor e calma, in addition to lightness.

  • Materials

They leave their original context and serve as a starting point for unusual projects, who tell their own stories. In this way, simple and unconventional features take on new meaning: egg shells, madeira, sheets… Recycling and reusing are watchwords.

  • Product

The rescue of affective memories is the proposal from the architecture firm Cité for the collection created for Eliane. Eliane's iconic tile prints form a patchwork of images in contemporary models.


Aura of progress


Brise Panel signed by FGMF for Space B

The Relevo collection brings different pieces to each other, but with perfect fit, creating diverse possibilities for compositions. One of the co-creations between Eliane and FGMF Produtos: Fgmf Silica Carbon, Corda, Gris, Sisal, Size MA 60x120cm | Photo: @Tardelliwork | Production: Debbie Apsan


  • Concept

Seemingly contradictory elements sharpen our attention to progressive perspectives. Futurism combines with archaic elements and meets innovation. An example is digital design processes, that supported by Artificial Intelligence, improve traditional artisanal methods. Ecological and resource-saving approaches are a priority for many design studios, with results that are not only innovative, but also lasting.

  • Shades

The digital and the physical merge into a radiant and vibrant palette, allowing the creation of unique focal points. The color range, the effects of airbrushes, as well as glassy transparent tones give rise to illusory impressions and diverse shine.

  • Materials

Intense raw materials research flows into new approaches, such as the rediscovery of artisanal skills. wood, steel, ceramics and stone radiate their beauty even when rough, irregular or aged. A natureza, nesse sentido, alia-se a elementos futuristas.

  • Product

Relief and modularity are present in the dynamically shaped pieces from the architecture firm FGMF, from Sao Paulo. Textures and graphics create unique layouts.


Artisan soul


Organic forms of the Olaria Duna Duo product. Co-creation by Eliane and Arhur Casas.

Pieces that celebrate ceramics and technology. One of the co-creations between Eliane and Arthur Casas. Products: Bag Olaria Duna Duo 120x120cm, Bag Olaria Mos Duna 29X57.4cm | Photo: @Tardelliwork | Production: Debbie Apsan


  • Concept

The diversity of artisanal skills combines with bold and poetic forms. Imediatamente, o artesanal ressurge com uma estética moderna e atemporal. Besides that, products gain flexible character, continually adapting to our needs.

  • Shades

Color contrasts come into dialogue with sophisticated shapes, bem como tons extravagantes que podem ser usados em objetos artísticos, handcrafted products and interior design.

  • Materials

Different aesthetic concepts create expressive compositions. Natural materials and artisanal techniques give rise to unique objects – appreciated and treated as art. Besides that, peças e motivos vintage são redescobertos e transformados em novos itens.

  • Product

A Pottery covering line, by architect Arthur Casas signed for Eliane, is inspired by the effects of clay and uses advances in technology in the collection. The large-format plates with earthy tones and soot details can be applied both indoors and outdoors..


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