TOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST–PARTIII – Miami Design District

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TOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST–PARTIII

Miami Design District has more top 100 architects and designers selected by Architectural Digest to share with you, We want to show you the amazing interior design projects, that this exclusive list as dazzling us this past year.
This incredible and talented professionals that are a source of inspiration to us. In this skillful selection courtesy of AD, these artists will be categorized by their specialties within the design world.
Today we are going to present two groups, refined style curated by five-star interiors” “The Connoisseurs ” and the interpreters of the past who breathe new life “The New Traditionalist

“The Connoisseurs – The sophisticated stylists who know how to curate five-star interiors”
see also:TOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST- PARTII

Daniel Romualdez ArchitectsTOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST–PARTIIIEpitomising the essence of luxe interiors, Romualdez believes that “form follows function—a home, no matter how beautiful, does not succeed if it’s not comfortable.”  A particular distinction of this designer is the considerable amount of styles he utilises when decorating, always having in consideration thought-provoking and cultivated perspectives.

Frank De Basi InteriorsTOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST–PARTIIICharacterized by a simple and playful style, the New York-based firm longs for combining contrasting approaches. Among their recent projects, one can discover a Victorian townhouse in London, a villa, and a residence in Tangier.JP Molyneux Studio Ltd.TOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST–PARTIIIMolyneux goes beyond limits to incorporate historic thematic into his designs, while sometimes linking it together with modern details always providing the best craftsmanship services.

Paul Fortune Design StudioTOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST–PARTIIIBased in Los Angeles, Paul Fortune best described the studio’s philosophy as “We pay attention to history and provenance and then make the project work in the present.” Marc Jacobs and Sofia Coppola are two of their most distinctive clients.

Stephen Sills AssociatesTOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST–PARTIIIOne of the most important aspects of design to Sills is developing a creative design according to the clients’ needs and wants. When asked about what the future holds for Sills and associates, he said, “A return to living with antiquities, and more modern, multi color rooms.” Legend Tina Turner is one of his most powerful clients.

Steven Volpe DesignTOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST–PARTIIIThe designer from San Francisco defines his signature style as being “thoughtfully modern”, meaning everything is maximised to detail and knowledge while being aesthetically pleasing. You can clearly see this tranlation in his his rendition of a dining room area in a San Franciscan residence.

Studio PeregalliTOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST–PARTIIIThe Studio is driven by Laura Sartoni Rimini and Roberto Peregalli. They conduct designs through two unique strategies which are creating nostalgic elements for the past and by always being curious about the present. Within their resumé are an apartment for Vogue’s Hamish Bowles in Manhattan and a penthouse in Tel Aviv.

Studio Sofield Inc.TOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST–PARTIIIIn regards to his technique, Sofield discloses that “I am grounded by all forms of craft as articulated through functionality, personality, and value.” So as to understand his statement, you can see how coherently his design of Tom Ford’s flagship store in Miami, truly is. His upcoming projects will be represented by an individual and idiosyncratic outlook.

Thad Hayes Inc.TOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST–PARTIIIBased in New York, the designer’s creations are perceived as tailored interiors imbued by a knowledge on various areas of interest, from architecture to fine arts.Waldo’s DesignTOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST–PARTIIIFocusing on bringing personality to a space, Waldo Fernandez mashes elements from venerable styles with groundbreaking novelties. Will and Jada Pinkett Smith are among his most valuable clients.

“The New Traditionalist – Savvy interpreters of the past who breathe new life into the tried and true”
see also:TOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST-PART I

Alex Papachristidis InteriorsTOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST–PARTIIIBased in Manhattan, his interiors are characterized as fresh and classic while benefiting from 18th-century furniture and contemporary artisan-made pieces. The Designer is quite fond o colors as well, so much so, that he is looking to bringing into the conversation works in chintz but this time with modern colors.

Brian J. McCarthy Inc.TOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST–PARTIIISpecializing in high-end residential projects, McCarthy believes, like many other prominent designers that a design should reflect the clients’ being while also being spontaneous.

Isabel López-Quesadaisabel-lopez-quesada-ad100-02-800x520From city homes to large country estates, the Spanish designer finds her roots when designing “Magical homes that are sensitive to the architecture and faithful to their place.”

Jan Showers & Associates Inc.jan-showers-and-associates-inc-ad100-05Directed by the idea that blending high and low provenances are the next ceremonial phase in design, the Dallas-based artists, finds that beauty, luxury and comfort should be always present in any setting.

Juan Montoya Designjuan-montoya_miguel-flores-vianna-photographer-nyc-residence-47The Interior designer develops chic and livable lux spaces with eccentric accents, he even suggests that “Attention to detail and a customized use of materials are key in creating unique results.” He is presently working on a furniture collection for Biasi & Co. In forthcoming projects, one can expect intriguing designs involving floral and botanical patterns.

Kemble Interiors0415-ad-kemb04-01-800x520A team of mother (Mimi McKain) and daughter (Celeste Kemble) who main purpose is to provide comfortable, thoughtful and lively designs that brim with personality as you can see by this freeing living room set in the Dominican Republic.

Mark Cunninghammark-cunningham-ad100-01-800x520To Cunningham is fundamental to evaluate the specifics of a design project and the artist behind the piece needs to be versatile, ranging from several styles and perspectives.Markham Roberts Inc.markham-roberts-ad100-03Roberts bases his design philosophy on not imposing personal preferences onto the client, instead, it needs to be a real reflection of them. His brings a fresh and modern approach to classical design.

Richard Mishaan Designrichard-mishaan-design-ad100-01-800x520Born in Colombia, his roots gave him great insight into creating luxury and quality designs. His knowledge of multiple branches within the industry has secured him as a visionary of spirited designs, in other words, he creates vibrant and iconic pieces.

Shawn Henderson Interior Designshawn-henderson-interior-design-001No matter the period a piece is representing, Henderson always “strives for sophistication, comfort, and harmony.” Will Ferrell has been a long-time client of the interior design practice.

Stephen Shadley Designsstephen-shadley-designs-ad100-001Requested by many Hollywood superstars, such as Jennifer Aniston and Diane Keaton, Shadley Designs pursues an ideology that design is a narrative and the creator of dreams needs to respond not only to the client but also the context. The designer is working on a 1913 castle in New York.

Tom Scheerer Inc.tom-scheerer-bahamas-home-16Scheerer seeks to produce modern designs that are affected in some way are serene and traditional. His designs also feature clear architectural solutions.

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