The world of interior design is filled with some of the most prolific, hard-working and talented artists in the world. Today we bring you interior designers that even though they have been in the business for many years, they are still on the top of their game.
Kelly Wearstler has proven over and over again why she is the queen of interior design. Her over-the-top designs have helped her establish connections with clients such as Hollywood starts like Cameron Diaz and Ben Stiller. The American designer creates multi-faceted, experiential residential, hospitality, commercial and retail environments as well as expansive collections of lifestyle product designs. She has won every award for her magnificent work and cannot be stopped at all.
Marmol Radziner is a Los Angeles-based design-build practice that has been in the business for almost 20 years. The firm was founded and it’s led by architects Leo Marmol and Ron Radziner. The firm offers a full range of design services, including architectural design, programming, master planning, historic restoration, landscape design, interior design, and furniture design. Marmol Radziner specializes in residential, restoration, multifamily, commercial, retail, hospitality, educational, and community projects.
Victoria Hagan Interiors
Victoria Hagan is an American designer who is celebrated by her intelligent integration of architecture and interior design. Her design philosophy is made of a refined use of materials, sophisticated color, and strong silhouettes. She is one of the most recognizable faces of the New American Classic.
Marcel Wanders is a dutch interior designer, whose studio is credited for almost 2000 projects. Under the creative leadership of Marcel Wanders, the studio features a team of 40 hard-working especialists. Wanders has worked with premium brands such as Alessi, Bisazza, Kosé Corporation, KLM, Louis Vuitton, Puma and Swarovski. One of his most staggering accomplishments is that some of his designs are presented in some othe most renowned museums in the world like the Centre Pompidou (FR), MoMA (US), and Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam (NL). We can describe his work as the “Contemporary Renaissance of Humanism”.
The acclaimed French designer and architect is a master when it comes to create unconventional places and objects whose main focus is to be “good” rather than beautiful. Phillipe Starck’s designs have become cult objects, and his hotels turned into timeless icons that have offered a new dimension to the global cityscape. An avid fan of sustainability, he developed the concept of “democratic ecology”.
Hoppen is not just one of the dragons in the acclaimed TV Show Dragons’ Den. She is one of the most prolific interior designs, with an enourmous capability of molding a room just as she sees it . The English artist started her career at the age of 16 and she is the owner of Kelly Hoppen Interiors. Her work is not only focused in hospirality or residential projects but she also works on yatchs of private clients, and in commercial projects all around the globe, including restaurantes, offices and aircraft.
Rockwell Group was founded over 30 years ago, and it features 250 employees especialized in design and architecture. This cross-disciplinary practice based is based in New York City owns satellite offices in Madrid and Shanghai. This practise has as their main goal the creation of extraordinary experiences and environments all over the world.
David Collins Studio
David Collins Studio has the rare ability to put together imagination and creativity in order to develop luxury interior design and architectural projects all over the world. Established over 30 years ago by the late David Collins, the studio has redefined our lives through a series of bespoke and innovate works, conveying a language only spoken by the art in their design.
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