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Cultural, Social & Economic Influences & Trends on Interior Design Industry

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Transcript of Cultural, Social & Economic Influences & Trends on Interior Design Industry

Cultural Influences
The following are examples of just some of the cultural influences of the digital age:

The ‘Zeitgeist’ or spirit of the time

Transdisciplinarity

Technoculture

Digital manufacturing

Fashion and artistic movements

Home and furniture expos

Current political or topical issues

Popular culture

Alternative culture

Regional histories and/or traditions
Economic influences on current interior design trends


• nature and quality of materials used

• expected size of dwellings or spaces

• use of mass-produced or custom-designed items.

A 500 word report on how the following affects this project:

(i) cultural, social and economic influences; and

(ii) trends identified and analysed in the brief.

This report should be supported by images of similar projects, products and spaces in Australia and overseas.

Cultural, Social & Economic
Influences & Trends

Social influences on current interior
design trends

Social influences may include fluctuations in one or more of the following:

• social status symbols

• lifestyle

• employment types and practices

• demographics

• identification with and/or belonging to groups, social

• networks or cultures.
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