Interior design focused on well-being

Carlos Amorós

Carlos Omar Amorós Núñez

Journalist and teacher

My name is Carlos Omar Amorós Núñez. I am a Peruvian journalist and teacher. I studied Communication Sciences. I took courses in film and theater criticism; and I have worked in Magazines and in Media Agencies and Public Relations. I also worked as a teacher in the communications area for primary and secondary school students, and as a press consultant for writers. In addition, I wrote about art and culture in the newspapers Expreso and Perfil, and in Variedades of the newspaper El Peruano.

As a result of the pandemic caused by Covid-19, our way of living and seeing life has had to change, at work and studies, with our hobbies and the way we do sports, in the way we interact with others. And of course, in how we interact with the environment that surrounds us, be it natural or urban. The architecture of the houses, study or work centers and therefore cities also have to adapt to the new times, and design and construction, be it architectural, space or industrial, are the tools that, if handled with style, will lead us to the goal of these times.

Thus, the free public or private spaces (green or concrete) in cities (all over the world) must be different, adapt to these new times, to the so-called “New Coexistence”, not only in function of the protocols of biosecurity to mitigate the health crisis but because everything we have experienced must have made us reflect on the need to improve our quality of life and therefore the quality of the space that surrounds us, and we will try to write about that in the R3DSTUDIO Blog in France for (Peru and…) the world.

Plant tendency

Plant tendency

To bring nature to the house you need to gently erase the border between the outside and the inside. R3Dstudio recommends you adopt the vegetable trend with style. It is currently the preferred trend for architects and designers since they include it at the heart of...

Shared spaces

Shared spaces

Living with many under the same roof, an almost compulsory world for students and young workers, but also for the elderly. The more tenants are under the same roof, the more difficult it will be to not generate misunderstandings. Avoid the problem by multiplying the...

5 decorating tips for kitchens

5 decorating tips for kitchens

Currently, the kitchen has become the part with more life inside the home. No matter how many square meters it is, in this new blog post from R3Dstudio we will give you 5 deco tips that will help you so you can make the most of each corner and highlight your kitchen...

7 coworking spaces ideas

7 coworking spaces ideas

Independent workers, self-employed workers, entrepreneurs, teleworkers, etc., more and more people decide to work in a shared space. It is not surprising then, that many of these coworking spaces try to be original, different and want to differentiate themselves from...

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