THESE ARE SOME OF THE BEST INTERIOR DESIGN PROJECTS BY SUZY HOODLESS
Once again we’re going to show you our selection of the best works of one of the most incredible British taste maker, Suzy Hoodless! Working for international clients across the globe on both residential and commercial projects, Suzy Hoodless is one os the best interiors designers of UK. Take a look at our selection of her best works!
A five-storey townhouse in Notting Hill described by House & Garden magazine as a “lesson in balance and harmonious contrasts”. A minimal and neutral base creates a framework for bursts of stronger colors.
Industrial meets glamour in this two-year collaboration with Michaelis Boyd Architects, creating a family home of distinction. Materials were carefully chosen, from rough oak chevron flooring, to handmade Moroccan tiles and powder coated steel doors.
The interiors were designed to turn the lodge into a comfortable family home. This incredible lodge is constructed out of granite, steel and glass, designed by leading American architect Moshe Safdie, sitting in a 57,000 acre estate in the Scottish Highlands.
Perfect to complete the ambiance above, Stanley standing lamp is the perfect one for a reading corner. With its unique sculptural shape, Stanley, from DelightFULL, is a versatile piece which gives a sophisticated and classy ambiance to any setting. A style icon of the ﬁfties and sixties.
PRIVATE MEMBERS’ CLUB
Working with client The Hospital Group owned by Microsoft founder Paul Allen and Eurythmics’ Dave Stewart, interiors were designed for private members’ club The Hospital for creative industry professionals in music, art and film.
A two-month turn-around for the Soho House Group, designing and installing the interiors for one of the recent additions to the group’s London portfolio. Bespoke leather banquettes in the restaurant alongside bespoke tables lit by Tom Dixon’s Pressed Glass lighting series. The adjoining bar is a mix of reclaimed furniture upholstered in various fabrics as well as floor lamps to suit the relaxed east London scene.
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