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

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TOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST – PART II

As we already announced on Miami Design District Every year the world-renowned  magazine, Architectural Digest select the top 100 architects and designers of this passing year that have stunned us with their unique interior design projects.
we want to continue to share with you some of those 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 will share with you the “Color Geniuses , interior designers that are fearless when it comes to bold colors and brash patterns, and the “Hitmakers” superstars who create that magical places that take you breath away.
see also: TOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST-PART I

Hitmakers – 7 superstars who put the magic into today’s hottest hotels and restaurants

CommuneTOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGESTThe Design firm is managed by Roman Alonso and Steven Johanknecht. Their eclectic designs are of international and historical nature. Presently, they have a collection for Christopher Farr Cloth consisting of fabrics, wallpaper and rugs as well as a lighting set for Remains Lighting.

Dimore StudioTOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGESTFounded by Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci, the studio prides itself on designing nuanced spaces filled with a mixture of classic and contemporary techniques.

Gachot StudiosTOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGESTCounting with projects such as Como Parrot Gay in Turks and Caicos or Detroit’s Shinola Hotel, the New York-based firm directed by Christine and John Gachot combines modern minimalism with warmth settings. Their next project will dwell on industrial design and manufacturing.

India MahdaviTOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGESTWhen creating, Mahdavi always makes a statement with flourishing and groundbreaking interiors in a rainbow-bright palette, this is clearly evident in her showroom in Paris (picture). The French designer guides herself through the philosophy of bringing joy into other people’s lives through transformative designs.

Rockwell GroupDavid TOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGESTRockwell is the leader of the architecture and interior design firm which is quite impactful due to their substantial and ambitious designs, and their disposition of always wanting to create new things. Transformable and adaptable buildings are next on their hit list. Robert De Niro is one of their most illustrious customers.

The Roger Thomas CollectionTOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST

Developing products for both residential and commercial work, Roger Thomas ensures that his designs are characterised by comfort and elegance through dramatic, intriguing, and humouristic presentations.

Roman and Williams Building and InteriorsTOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGESTStephen Alesch and Robin Standefer “believe that the story of a space is as fundamental as the design and the objects that go into it.” For the very first time, the couple has designed a retail-shop-cum-café.

“Color Geniuses –  These decorators are fearless when it comes to bold colors and brash patterns”
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Drake/AndersonTOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGESTJamie Drake and Caleb Anderson develop cosmopolitan and sumptuous designs. According to them, their next project will involve “unexpected surfaces of glass, metal, and poured resin.”

Miles ReddTOP 100 DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGESTBeing recognized for cozy glamour and playful splashes of color, the Interior designer feels as thou to be an excellent designer one must sense the passion and the desire of creating novelties.

Muriel BrandoliniTOP 100 DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGESTBrandolini finds that keeping an open mind leads to great things as well as being on a constant road to discovery. With that said, her style conveys lyrical spaces filled with various colors and textures.

R. Gambrel Inc.TOP 100 DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST“Create an environment that feels synonymous with the architectural vernacular and the spirit of the client’s lifestyle.” – This is the parameters in which Gambrel guides his work, his trademark features range from high-gloss walls to black kitchens and custom made objects. The designer is looking forward to creating more theatrical interiors.Sig Bergamin Architecture & DesignTOP 100 DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGESTThe Brazilian architect and designer’s style is best described by being eclectic and comfortable. His upcoming project will revolve around sustainability and ecology.

William T. Georgis ArchitectTOP 100 DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST“Inhabit the moment, acknowledge history, honor your client, and create sublime beauty,” this is what drives William T. Georgis into creating marvellous interiors, from restaurants to private residences.

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