Gallery Rossana Orlandi was opened in 2002 in a former tie Factory in the Magenta neighbour, the space is articulated in a not traditional way mixing together, showroom, a retail store, offices and a courtyard for events and meeting with no limits! Galleria Rossana Orlandi has a mission to promote, […]
Francis Sultana is a furniture and interior designer based in London with an international client base covering Europe & Russia, USA and Asia. Sultana is the favoured designer of many of the world’s biggest art patrons, drawn to his use of noble materials, fine craftsmanship and luxurious finishes. Francis works across both residential and commercial interior projects.
In 2011 Francis designed his first furniture collection Homage to the Art Deco followed by Yana. Munira was a special collection designed for the French furniture company Marc de Berny. In 2014 Francis launched a capsule collection entitled Anita. 2015 sees the launch of Sultana’s latest full collection of furniture and accessories; Celia will be launched in the UK, France, Russia and in the United States.
Francis’s work honours his most favoured periods of the 1920s and 1930s with influences from the natural world. His work comprises cabinetry, tables, upholstery & lighting, combining classic lines and materials with a contemporary and sophisticated vision for the modern interior. His unique style makes him one of the world’s leading interior designers.
In addition to his own design studio, Sultana is Artistic Director of David Gill Galleries. Francis oversees the creative direction of David Gill’s new gallery in King Street, Mayfair which he has also designed. This year Francis will be the designer for the prestigious PAD London VIP restaurant. 2015 also sees Francis design his first super yacht interior for Royal Huisman.
Sultana is also a member of the London Volunteers Board for children’s charity NSPCC and Creative Director for the design and production of the annual NSPCC Arts Gala, a landmark society event which will run alongside Masterpiece in June. The theme of this year’s event will be Neo Romantics following on previous events such as the Pop Art Ball in 2013 and the Surrealist Ball in 2012. Sultana is now endeavouring to produce a visually stunning event. Over 3.5 million pounds has been raised from the last two balls combined.