Showing posts from January, 2018

The Biggest Interior Design Trends For 2018

After all of the different trends we have seen throughout the years, from Scandinavian design to industrial or Boho, at Mzuri we think 2018 will be the year in which sustainable and minimal design will be at the forefront of interior design.

Sustainable design means continuity in space and time. Sustainability is also a synonym for security, safety, and comfort.

In architecture, as in interior design and furnishing, elegance and robustness will be at the forefront. Bronze, concrete, marble and massive wood will be unavoidable.  This may seem a bit austere, but interior design trends for furnishing and chromatic palettes are also going to be ultra-punchy and audacious.

Here are some of our favourite design trends, we hope that you enjoy planning for your new Mzuri home!

Material Matters
Mixed materials continue their domination in 2018. Floors, ceilings, and surface areas adorned with interesting materials, tiles, and patterns will create an eye-catching focal point. Designers will play wi…

10 Ways Technology Is Changing The Future Of Water

About 780 million people live without access to clean drinking water, and a growing global population coupled with climate change is threatening to grow that. Here's how technology can help.

Water security isn't limited to access to drinking water. It's about sanitation — more people worldwide have mobile phones than toilets, but Americans waste more water by flushing toilets than any other use, according to the EPA(United States Environmental Protection Agency). And it's about climate change — melting glaciers, rising seas, flooded coasts, and longer droughts.

According to the United Nations, by 2025, 1.8 billion people will be living in water scarcity, and the demand for irrigation will jump by 15%. Though it's not a silver bullet, technology can help to change this course, and it's already starting to. Here's how.

MANY MORE STARTUPS ARE TACKLING WATER PROBLEMSThe interest in water technology is now growing amidst the growing concern over droughts, water sho…