Certainly, the issue of home style is very individual, and I believe that there is nothing more important than the client-architect synergy when working on residential buildings. Design and implementation is always a fairly long-term process, and both parties can enjoy it only if they are satisfied with the presented design solution and encouraged to implement it. So what should you do if there are a whole lot of interior styles, but you don't know what your heart desires? The new luxury style may prove useful in this case. The styles are fairly timeless and completely adaptable for personal needs.
Do the clients who proudly show their architects the pictures of a neighbor's apartment/summer house/pool, even wonder how awfully outdated are the architectural solutions they want to turn to? About 10 years ago a neighbor decided to build a summer house and about 8 years ago he came up with a plan, and it's better if he relies on the help of a professional, rather than uses the popular post-Soviet "I-know-everything-better-than-anyone" method. About 7 years ago he began to build it and about 4 years ago he completed the construction, and for several years now he has been living in a house which is, in his opinion, perfectly thought-out. Yes, as you correctly understand, these solutions are a decade old. And why does the client believe that the architect, who he turns to, the one who annually attends world exhibitions, keeps track of the world trends and the development of construction technologies on a daily basis and gets acquainted with new materials knows less than that client's neighbor? Surely, it's worth mentioning that you should take the process of choosing an architect seriously and make sure of his competence, but this may be the topic for a separate article.