BRITISH INVASION: INSPIRING ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS
Bringing the British invasion to you, today we’ll bring you the TOP 8 of the leading stars that create some of the most stylish rooms admired around the world and are featured in AD100 2017 list.
Take a look and get inspired with the amazing projects of these extraordinary professionals of architecture/interior design world that could give stunning decorating ideas! SEE ALSO: INSPIRING MINIMALIST HOUSE THAT YOU HAVE TO SEE
IMAGE SOURCE: STUDIOILSE Francis Sultana
“Sophisticated luxury built on noble materials, quality, and craftsmanship,” says Francis. He named the Heydar Aliyev Center designed by Zaha Hadid Architects as his favorite building. The Interior designer is also looking forward to working on traditional techniques, such as marquetry and églomise.
IMAGE SOURCE: FRANCISSUTLANA WEBSITE Studioilse
“It’s about designing spaces that prioritize the immeasurable values, that make the normal special and make us feel alive,” says Ilse Crawford. Ultimately, the creative director finds fundamental to create comfortable places in any kind of environment.
IMAGE SOURCE: STUDIOILSE Veere Grenney Associates
“Beauty and comfort should collide”. The Grenney Associates fuse traditional with modern elements in both architecture and design productions as well as harmonizing the equilibrium between colors and textures. See this country house project in Hamptons where they completed the look of the living room with the Sinatra Floor Lamp, a sculptural and versatile creation by DelightFULL, which is suitable for the most demanding setting.
IMAGE SOURCE: VEREEGRENNEY WEBSITE Alidad Ltd.
“Elegant and opulent but also supremely comfortable,” says Alidad Mahloudji. Alidad Mahloudji gives preference to decorative textiles, luxury textures, and antique furnishings. Above all, the designer gravitates towards comfort and opulence.
IMAGE SOURCE: ALIDADE WEBSITE Paolo Moschino for Nicholas Haslam Ltd.
Paolo Moschino and Philip Vergeylen’s style lies on mixing the affluent perspectives of traditional designs with unforeseen aspects. The duo often operates with moody metallics and glossy surfaces.
IMAGE SOURCE: PAOLOMOSCHINOFORNICHOLASHASLAMLTDWEBSITE Nicky Haslam Studio Ltd.
“Design is more to do with an intuitive eye and an inherent reaction to what looks right or wrong”. Haslam is not entirely too concerned about the aesthetics of design instead he sees the art form as intuitive and perpetual. Recently, he developed a color collection for Paint the Town Green.
IMAGE SOURCE: ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST Rose Uniacke Studio Ltd.
“A room is not a museum of furniture. It should feel welcoming and human, calm and contemplative”. Considered to be Britain’s designer of the moment, Uniacke creates unprecedented interiors each time. Her style is described as being simple yet refined.
IMAGE SOURCE: ROSEUNIACKE WEBSITE Robert Kime Design
Characterised by utilising a varied range of patterns and decorating to the smallest detail, Kime is able to create an everlasting sensation in fairly new rooms. He is also recognised for his classic English creations with slight hints of exoticism and worldwide textiles. He is currently adding more material to his collections of fabrics and wallpapers.
IMAGE SOURCE: ROBERTKIME WEBSITE
SOURCE: LONDON DESIGN AGENDA SEE ALSO: 15 INSPIRING AND COZY HOMES WITH FIREPLACES
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