This week we take a trip to the east coast to chat with designer Andreas Charalambous. Andreas is the principal designer at Forma Design, who’s work has won several awards this year from the American Institute of Architects and Mid-Atlantic International Interior Design Association. You definitely don’t want to miss his artwork over at andreascharalambous.com. Andreas also has several spaces on Designers’ Portfolio.
Where do you work and live? In Washington, DC.
Describe your design style. Modern, warm, creative, uncluttered, memorable
When did you know you wanted to be a designer? When I was a kid, always liked drawing and re-arranging spaces.
Favorite websites? Facebook.com, FORMAonline.com, Washingtonpost.com
What design dilemma do you find yourself solving over and over again?hmmm…Nothing comes to mind…once we solve them, they are solved!
What’s in your playlist when you’re sketching/brainstorming a design? Classical, Stamatis Spanoudakis
What trend do you hope to never see again why? Post Modernism. It re-hashed the past with no concern for the present or the future.
Favorite TV shows? Project Runway, Curb your enthusiasm, Sex and the City
What’s your home “secret shame”? Too much clutter in the guest room closet, so not much space for guests’ things…
What would be your one desert island book? The Kite Runner.