Baroque Styles

Industrial style is closely related to minimalism. Industrial style – with open sterile spaces, as if from a science fiction movie. Metal objects, reminiscent of the fantastic tools and equipment. Industrial style interior design is characterized by the presence of non-dot communications (pipes, valves, wires) in the interior can be seen building forms. Often used metal tables, cast iron plates on the floor. Many styles seem to 'inhuman', wild, uninhabited, but is sometimes used not only in offices but also residential. This style – it is an original game in the industry, underlined disdain for 'bytovuhe'.

Hi-tech arose in Britain in the 70-ies of XX century. Style and design theory, based on the use of latest technology. A distinctive feature is the presence of speakers structural components and engineering equipment. Chrome pipes, metal surfaces, polished jumper connections, screws – all evidence of thinking and modern concepts of space ships. All attributes are in demand in the interior of 'high technology'. Fashion for the 'Hi-tech' floats in waves, with the advent of a new design and finishing materials, either on the demand for certain technologies.

Post-modernism developed in the late XX century in architecture and art, as opposed to modernist radicalism. Postmodernists use the fusion of different styles of the past, such as Classicism and Baroque styles, often applying them to ironic effect. Specificity of style – a hyperbole as a tool for creating vivid theatrical image of the environment. Traditional Traditional usually referred respectable interiors that embody the bourgeois way of life.