Jigs Ranada Adefuin needs no introductions. The top interior designer has been making waves in the design industry and today you’ll have the chance to step inside one of his latest projects: an airy mid-century home project filled with the most exquisite design pieces of the portuguese mid-century brands, DelightFULL and Essential Home.
“Design excellence in every interior’ – this is the motto of Adefuin Design Studio, run by Jigs Ranada Adefuin. “Because we are driven to design spaces that excite, uplift, and inspire, we adhere to international standards and constantly challenge ourselves so we can provide innovative solutions with a hands-on, personal approach to guarantee the satisfaction of our clientele.”
Jigs is the creative director and principal designer with more than 20 years of industry experience and he excels in crafting spaces that endure the test of time. He centers his concepts around the client’s needs rather than forcing his vision upon them, resulting in interiors that highlight their personality and individuality. His creativity isn’t limited to a single style—he takes inspiration from the rich history of design to piece together a unique space the client will cherish for a long time.
No wonder why he has won so many different design prizes and recognition all over the globe. In fact, these projects have been featured in publications like Philippine Tatler Homes, MyHome, CondoLiving, Cocoon, and Philippine Star, and tv shows like Urbanzone.
“In any ADS project, nothing is accidental because we place value even on the tiniest detail. We want every detail to harmonize and engage the senses, as we believe a thoughtfully designed space can evoke positive emotions and memories, and lift the spirits of its inhabitants.”
One of the company’s latest challenges was to design an airy mid-century home filled with some of the most exquisite design pieces. The final result will definitely melt any mid-century aficionado‘s heart!
Mid-century modern style is a style of interior design characterized by a contemporary, somewhat futuristic aesthetic and an emphasis on function. The style rose to prominence in 1950s and 1960s America.
Once -modern architecture rose to prominence, smaller rooms previously designated for special occasions had all but disappeared, replaced by large, open common spaces in which family members could congregate in designated activity zones.