When decorating a space, the mind of the process is often guided by practicality and functionality. The same goes for DwellStudio, the designer profession who is creating a practical and beautiful living space in a contemporary city.
The designer goal was to create a comfortable and healthy place where you can spend time with family and where you can relax and get ready for a new day at work. As As a result, the Echo Project involved the collaboration of DwellStudio Incorporated, a European design company, and two specialized international design firms.
Their aim is to create mobile houses that offer affordable and comfortable residences with an in the market energy consumption (Ghenos could eventually achieve the target). To achieve this, their first step was to gather the people in the Echo community to help design a community of homes designed to meet their needs.
Their first step was to meet with the clients looking for a modern and ergonomic sofa, a wooden coffee table with a double function, without any unnecessary decorations, in order to offer them space to spend their time most comfortable. The first realized designs are defined by a minimalist and comfortable style combined with elements of both modern and traditional architecture.
The club first became important in the UK through the first draft, carried out in 1909. In time, English designer Wells,Raws Court and Builder Winchester worked their magic creating designs.
The Echo Project was then brought to the UK by the Weigare area being inflated by the end of the 1900s. The design process was of long, intense and difficult, with many design dilemmas existent. To achieve a well thought through a design that manages to create the maximum flow the project was to produce a series of distinct spaces with different heights and heights, unexpected uses of materials, and an effort to curate views of the city itself, both from a formal and a formal level of specialized worlds, creating a momentary glimpse into another world.