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Interior Design Inspired by Architectural Digest

Dkor Article Spotlight: Interior Design Inspired by Architectural Digest 

On the 13th anniversary of September 11th, Architectural Digest visits moving memorials across the U.S. that not only honor those who are lost but demonstrates the beauty and brevity of Architectural advancements. Interior Design and Architecture are extremely close knit professions that almost inevitably overlap when it comes to concept, inspiration and construction of a new space. A lot of our interior design projects focus on the practice of fusing interior design and architecture together as creatively as possible with the outcome of a unique, smart and seamlessly designed home for our clients.

Join the tour by Architectural Digest of Architecturally superior Memorials below:

(Photos courtesy of Architectural Digest)

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Two hundred and seventy-five granite plaques commemorate the residents of Staten Island, NY in this poetic design by Masayuki Sono.

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Two stainless-steel walls, each nearly 210 feet long border a granite path looking across the water to Ground Zero in Jersey City, New Jersey. Architecture by Schwartz and Jessica Jamroz.

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Cantilevered stainless-steel-and-granite benches at the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia. Design by Julie Beckman and Keith Kaseman.

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Designed here are two massive waterfalls and reflecting pools, which sit in the footprints of the Twin Towers – New York, NY. Architecture by Michael Arad.

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