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Every style is different—what unites them is their greatness. With excellent portfolios and a creative vision, that combines functionality and sophistication, all these interior designers takes the lead of there ambiguous projects. Every work they do is unique and stylist, so here is our list of 100 UK Interior Designers (Part II).
Peter Mikic is a London based interior designer, originally from Australia. Over his many years of experience in fashion and interiors, Peter has gained an in-depth knowledge of materials, product design and detailing. Projects range from private houses, yachts and private jets, both in the UK and abroad. Having worked for a number of fashion designers, he then moved into interiors in 2006. Peter range from private houses, yatchts and private jets both in the UK and abroad. Peter is a versatile designer who understand space, movement and development.
Headed by director Dennis Irvine since 2000, the studio continues to thrive with a core team of 20 specialists at its W1 design studio. Mary Fox Linton, who founded the practice in the Seventies, works as an ambassador, ensurring its heritage is upheld. The studio works across a broad spectrum of commissions, from high-end private homes to established hotel brands such as the Dorchester Collection and Raffles.
Katharine Pooley creates incredible luxurious inspiring residential and commercial projects for the most discerning clients. Her refined yet eclectic aesthetic has earned her a position as one of the most sought-after interior designers in London.
An innate sense of adventure has defined Katharine´s life and shaped her design philosophy.
Katharine is an intrepid traveller and has visited more than 150 countries making dreams become a reality in each one of her projects.
The worldwide recognised interior designer has a very successful career and is one of the biggest names of Interior Design worldwide.
The Jewish and Irish descent artist designs are not only focused in hospitality or residential but also in stunning yachts of private clients, as well in commercial projects all around the world, including restaurants, offices and aircrafts.
Carter is a London based interior designer, who works principally on high-end residential projects both in the UK and abroad. Carter doesn´t like labels. His signature style might loosely be described as ´contemporary classic´, but what all this really means is that he loves mixing old and new. Carter´s unique vision and the haunting beauty of his interiors have always attracted a huge amount of coverage in the world´s most influential design magazines. Internationally he´s acclaimed for his eclectic style, which is both theatrical, luxurious and witty. Despite having no formal training in design, he rose to fame when his former flat and in nearby Islington was featured on the front cover of World of Interiors and the founding editor, Min Hogg, contacted him, promising to feature any future projects he worked on.
Yoo wis a pioneering vision for living and the result of a partnership between property entrepreneur John Hitchcox and the ubiquitous designer, Philippe Starck.
Since 1999, YOO has worked with international developers, designing landmark residential and hotel projects throughout the world.
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. 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 and 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 top interior designers.
The Studio´s success rests in taking the utmost respect for a client´s brief and the unique character of the area or street in which a project is located, to ensure the finished product not only sits well within its environment but also meets the needs and expectations of the client. This is a winning combination which has translated perfectly to projects ranging from restaurants, hotels and privateb clubs.
March & White is an international design house with studios in London and New York. Architecture and interior design are the starting point for projects that demand an extraordinary level of design.
The firm´s creative stories of work in the luxury sector include hotels, restaurants, as well as private residences.
Enthusiastic yet deeply professional, Abbie de Bunsen delivers chic, refined interiors majoring in luxurious finishes, with occasional bursts of daring colour or modern geometrics. ´I believe good design can stimulate, comfort and excite the spirit`, she says. Abbie is justifiably popular among her design conscious international clients and a whizz at mixing twentieth-century antiques with curated art.
David Collins Studio is an interior design firm based in London in 1985. It collaborates with eminent brands and businesses that represent the best in their field and with private clients that share the obsession with detail, innovation and functionality.
Based in London, the studio has released projects across five continents and its defined by its signature approach, developed and refined over the last three decades and the collective expertise of the team at the studio is evident in every aspect of this world of carefully curated luxury.
Tara Bernerd is the founder of the established interior architectural practice, Tara Bernerd & Partners. Working with an executive team of highly experienced architects and designers based out of London Headquarters in Belgravia the focus for Bernerd is on the relevance of creative direction and interior design.
René Dekker its an internationally acclaimed designer for providing the ultimate luxury brand.
His work transcends the ordinary and rewards with opulence and glamour. With a skills base and expertise that cover the spectrum of design, development and deliverability, they can create spaces that embody pure luxury. His uncompromising art of style has been at the forefront of luxury interior design for years.
Awarded House and Garden’s inaugural Interior Designer of the Year award 2018, Beata Heuman’s studio strives to create beautiful and original interiors – whatever the scale and budget – characterised by a Scandinavian attention to detail and longevity.
Beata Heuman not only is a renown interior design, but its has also a growing collection of fabrics, wallpapers, lighting and furniture.
Kit Kemp´s designs have a internationally-acclaimed reputation and are an explosion of colour, pattern and texture. She has a smart eye for modern art and sculpture, combined with a playful sensibility that sees the most unlikely combinations thrown together in ways that shouldn’t work, but somehow do.
She is not only unique interior designer but also a successful textiles, fragrance and homewares designer, author and a highly-respected champion of British art, craft and sculpture.
ALIDAD´s calibre of his client list includes British aristocracy, Middle Eastern royalty, Russian oligarchs and wealthy businessmen and women from around the world. All of his projects have a eye-watering attention to detail – his distinctive style is textured, intricate and unashamedly opulent, and he admits to being “obsessed by proportions”
David Bentheim’s interiors love for theatre and art, as well as a long time romance with Italian design, is reflected in his projects. Knowed for the variety of colour and easy-to-live-with furniture they use, the company´s international team also combine modernity, comfort, carefully documented and detailed packages.
David combines years of experience with making projects fun for clients.
Caroline Holdaway Design create houses that people really can feel at home in. Reclaimed materials, believing honesty and sincerity should shine through the materials used in a house, are a hallmark of her style- that they should always be in harmony with its architecture. Her clients tend to work in the arts and want homes that feel distinctively their own.
Caroline, who love colour, and encourage clients to live with it, enjoy the intimate relationship with a client unravelling and interpreting how they wish to live. Viewing every job as a joint achievement of thought and ideas refined between client, herself and the team who carry out the work.
Christopher Holdsoll has a connoisseur’s eye and an innate understanding of English country-house grandeur and its inherent eccentricity- boldly luxurious, but slightly faded, aristocratic taste but has added his enthusiasms, such as his love of architectural antique furniture.
Hodsoll recently completed a number of overseas commissions and a substantial London townhouse. In partnership with Lulu Lytle, Hodsoll has formed a design company called Soane, producing perfectly-scaled furniture, lighting and accessories with a classical inspiration, all made to a high quality in the United Kingdom.
Hope these 20 names have awaken your curiosity. Part III is coming really soon! Keep an eye on it!
Full list of the Top 100 Interior Designers in a few weeks!