Today we have for you another article of top 100 architects and designers of this passing year selected by Architectural Digest.
These pioneering designers are willing to go beyond their limits in order to create the most extraordinary products of artistry.
In this proficient selection courtesy of AD, these artists will be categorized by their specialties within the design world. British Invasion, England’s leading lights create stylish rooms and the French Connection , Maestros of the chic and luxurious .see also:TOP 100 ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS HONORED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST–PARTIII
“British Invasion – England’s leading lights create stylish rooms admired around the world”
Alidad Ltd.In his designs, Alidad Mahloudji gives preference to decorative textiles, luxury textures, and antique furnishings. Above all, the designer gravitates towards comfort and opulence.
Francis SultanaSultana emphasizes that his style revolves around “sophisticated luxury built on noble materials, quality, and craftsmanship.” 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.
Nicky Halsam StudioHaslam is not entirely too concerned about the aesthetics of design instead he sees the art form as intuitive and perpetual. Recently, he developed a colour collection for Paint the Town Green.
Paolo Moschino for Nicholas Haslam LtdPaolo 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.
Robert Kime DesignCharacterized by utilizing 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.
Rose Uniacke Studio Ltd.Considered to be Britain’s designer of the moment, Uniacke creates unprecedented interiors each time. Her style is described as being simple yet refined. To the designer, a room should be comfortable, meditative, and relaxing, for example, this London bedroom is composed of colourful tones and warm elements.
StudioilseIlse Crawford is responsible for the luxury interiors studio and she believes that design is “about designing spaces that prioritize the immeasurable values, that make the normal special and make us feel alive.” Ultimately, the creative director finds fundamental to create comfortable places in any kind of environment.
Veere Grenney AssociatesBased in London, Grenney’s design philosophy prevails in a crossover between beauty and comfort. In their works, the Grenney Associates fuse traditional with modern elements in both architecture and design productions as well as harmonising the equilibrium between colours and textures.
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Agence Charles ZanaThe Forerunner of the French firm best described his style as contemporary classicism. Within, his recent projects were a London’s Kensington House Hotel and a Guy Martin restaurant at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport.
Décoration Jacques Garcia“I am, before everything, a creator of atmospheres.” – this were the wise words from Parisian architect and interior designer, Jacques Garcia when regarded about his philosophy on creating art. Garcia designed the Wolfgang Puck’s Cut restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel in New York (above depicted).
François CatrauxCatraux’s technique results in a combination of discipline, clarity and glamour. His top clients are Diane von Furstenberg, Princess Marie-Chantal and Prince Pavlos of Greece. For his next projects, the designer will be focusing more on art itself instead of decoration.Jean-Louis DeniotDeniot’s impressive designs have become quite renowned worldwide, they are simultaneously portrayed for being cutting-edge, provocative, and ambiental. He has recently premiered a furniture and lighting collection for Baker and design enthusiasts can expect for more as the designer assures to go into a “High-voltage French style” project.
LaplaceWhen designing, the Argentian designer based in Paris is mostly influenced by his architectural studies. The designers blends simple elements of modernity with elegance, his designs are often conceptual of cultures or traditions. According to Luis Laplace, his next project will deliver “rigor, harmony, and simplicity.”
Pierre Yovanovitch Architecture d’IntérieurFrench Designer, Pierre Yovanovitch is known for merging vintage pieces with modern ones originating in extremely luxurious designs – “I like to combine vintage masterpieces by the likes of Folke Bensow, James Mont, and Paul Dupré-Lafon with contemporary custom-made pieces.”
Robert Couturier Inc.Couturier’s practice is based in New York and is creations are regurlarly contrued for being remarkably sophisticated and colourfully resourceful, whether in modern or contemporary ambiences.
Tino Zervudachi & AssociésThroughout as a polished style designer, Tino was responsible for projects such as a chalet in Gstaad and a villa in Athens. His designs are extremely eclectic and bohemian.