We all use buildings, whether it’s our own home, our working environment, or public interiors. And so, consciously or otherwise, we’re all involved with interior architecture. Specially designed interiors give an added value to the value perception and user quality of our immediate surroundings, our sense of well-being, and our quality of life. Interior architecture can make an important contribution to the adaptability of buildings in time and the sustainability of the constructed surroundings. Moreover, it has an innovative and inspirational influence on work and communication processes. Interior architecture is a dynamic process, a constant interaction between space and user. Fashionable or timeless, it can challenge us, relax us, amuse us, care for us, and watch over us.