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UK is known to be the capital of interior design nowadays. It has the flavour that no other country has. in view of this fact, we are going to present you the interior designer Patrick Tyberghein.
The designer Patrick Tyberghein is working hard to create glamorous interiors. He’s most particular about scale and balance, and, while the palette is predominantly neutral, impact bursts from a spectacular light fitting or piece of sculpture. What is more, interior architectural design of Patrick Tyberghein is focused on high-end residential, commercial properties and hotels.
Patrick Tyberghein was born in France. The designer studied interior architecture in Paris and, after a decade in London working with several interior designers. His company was launched in 1997. The studio has a team of four, and there is a strong emphasis on merging ‘the parallel disciplines of architecture, interior design and decoration.
Currently Patrick and his team are working on projects including the architecture and interior design for a 1,500-square-metre house in Buckinghamshire.
Furthermore, his projects include also a home extension in the South of France; executive offices for a large property developer in Aberdeen; the design consultancy and space planning for a residential listed building in Lithuania; and bathroom concepts for a property developer.
Carter Tyberghein has an interior design portfolio of projects abroad and in the UK ranging from private residential homes both primary and secondary residences, to luxury residential developments to boutique hotels.
Their stakeholders are drawn from a varied spectrum of discerning private owners and high-end international developers, with whom we frequently form long-term relationships.
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Source: Best Interior Designers Blog