In a noteworthy collaboration between Architectural Digest and Black Interior Designers Inc., Tosin Oshinowo of Oshinowo Studio, designed, the Iconic Home – a stunning virtual designer showhouse rendered by The Boundary. This industry-wide initiative has been historically successful, and this year, the focus is on illuminating the nuances of multi-generational living.
Architect Tosin Oshinowo, the visionary behind Oshinowo Studio, took the helm in designing this year’s modernist-inspired home. With a keen understanding of the footprint and design elements necessary to represent an innovative, modern space capable of standing the test of time, Oshinowo brings a wealth of expertise to the project.
The theme of this year’s Iconic Home, focusing on multi-generational living, holds significant relevance in today’s dynamic familial structures. Amy Astley, AD’s global editorial director, and US editor-in-chief, expresses the timeliness of this theme, stating, “As more young adults and multiple generations find themselves under the same roof, our wholly original virtual experience celebrates intergenerational living, offering unique and creative inspiration for how people of all ages can seamlessly share a beautiful home.”
The virtual home tours promise an immersive experience, allowing visitors to virtually “walk” through the house and explore each designer’s unique perspective. Architectural Digest goes beyond the surface, providing in-depth insights into the architects, designers, and artists who shape the creative direction of the Iconic Home.
The return of The Iconic Home signifies not only a celebration of design and architecture but also a recognition of the evolving dynamics of family life. This innovative and forward-thinking initiative showcases how design can adapt and thrive in the face of changing societal norms, offering inspiration and ideas for creating homes that seamlessly accommodate different generations.