Surrounded by all the city’s magnificence, we want to share with you an important part of London’s culture – Design. As a result, we will present you the city’s most known studios and professionals concerning to the design industry – part 3
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HBA – For nearly a half century, their design professionals have been guided by the HBA philosophy of creating a sense of place: a well-designed and integrated package of fantasy, drama and creature comfort delivered on time and within budget. The ultimate objective is to add value, raise standards and enhance the brand of a project’s owner and operator. From continent to continent, each HBA interior is the result of a unique and sensitive response to location, architecture, and client vision.
Honky – Over the last two years Christopher Dezille @ Honky has worked on several major projects in the Belgravia area – mostly large apartments. He has also completed four exclusive houses in Kensington, one of which was sold immediately the day after Chris completed the top to toe completion for the asking price of £15,000,000! Dezille has many ongoing projects – both commercial and residential – around London at this time. He has now just completed a fabulous £3.75 million penthouse with roof terrace garden in Victoria enjoying a panoramic view of every notable landmark in London, eg Battersea Power Station, the London Eye, the ‘Gherkin’, Canary Wharf plus, plus, plus. The owners will also enjoy an enviable bird’s eye view straight into the gardens of Buckingham Palace!
Tara Bernerd&Partners – British Designer Tara Bernerd is founder of the established interior architectural practice, Tara Bernerd & Partners. Working with an executive team of highly experienced architects and designers based out of the London Headquarters in Belgravia the focus for Bernerd is on the relevance of creative direction and interior design. Bernerd’s business interests continue to grow, working increasingly on a global platform with projects in New York, Chicago, London, Hong Kong and Switzerland. Tara Bernerd & Partners’ designs reflect intelligent space planning and layouts, with a strong use of texture and colour which typify their projects. With a more edgy approach Bernerd’s work is renowned for creating warmth and atmosphere. Increasingly focusing on hotels, restaurants and developments the practice is committed to making a difference through design.
Rabih Hage – Rabih Hage is a qualified architect and interior designer. As a result of working on old buildings in Paris and renovating chateaux and farmhouses in the South of France for private clients, he learnt how to “turn a ruin into something interesting.Now living in London his focus has shifted to interiors and new built architecture projects. His style of architecture is a result of working on buildings “inside out,” bringing architecture to a human scale. He has introduced furniture “that is art” and has incorporated works by young and established artists and designers in his interior schemes “melding function and aesthetics.”Rabih has won a string of awards and competitions including the British Interior Design Association’s (BIDA) Interior Designer of the year in 2004.
David Collins – The Studio is very proud to have been involved in designing unique projects for a wide range of clients both in the commercial worlds of high fashion as well as the design of some of London’s most loved and revered restaurants, hotels and bars. Their work for private clients is no less impressive although they have developed a reputation for discretion as well as creativity in their work designing homes for those who appreciate beauty, comfort and attention to detail. The unparalleled success as a business has delivered 25 years of growth so that we now employ over fifty staff handpicked from the best talent available organised in dedicated teams servicing each project.
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