Shirin Shali

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Shirin Shali

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Shirin Shali comes from an Art and Design background, where the passion for creating beautiful images and products becomes real. She has always been fascinated by the way people live their lives and use the spaces around them to accommodate what they call “NECESSARY”.

Her passion to design spaces and furniture was the reason she decided to study Interior Architecture and Design to fulfill her desire. She is mainly specializing in minimalist spaces and foldable furniture to allow people to use the most of their spaces. The main elements in designing interiors considering natural light, being bright, airy and spacious allows the design to function beautifully.

She is concerned about what is going to happen to our environment in the future. Lifestyles and design transformations are the aim she thinks about twice as a designer. They are not only going to design to what we desire for, but we also design to avoid harming the planet and to stop damaging our environment. Therefore, to recognize what sort of materials are going to be used in construction in the future. This was the reason she decided to concentrate on portable designs and minimalist spaces, where the beautiful design and function are becoming one element to explain the strategies that are going to suit this type of design.

“Human nature judges on what is classified as beautiful. We often get attracted to what is beautiful and presentable, but in the language of design this triangle completes, when beauty can blend with practicality”.

Look at how the human lifestyle, economy, market, shortages inland and traveling has changed over the recent decades. She believes minimalist spaces are becoming extremely popular in the future. Although minimalism design and foldable furniture had been around since the 1960s, we have never desired them as much as we do now and will in the future. With more shortages inland, and places starting to shrink rapidly and people demanding to travel worldwide to find their dream homes in different destinations is where the desire to expand design ideas is introduced.