As expected, each year new studios, galleries, luxury brands and of course new bright talents come to the light. According to Architectural Digest, 2019 will be of the best years since the interior design world will celebrate the entrance of gifted people and innovative ideas to the market, whose vision and mission is essentially promising.
Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design
Over the past 20 years, the architect has breathed new life into homes throughout her beloved borough, developing a cult following thanks to clever space planning and nuanced materials palettes.
“Elegant eclecticism with a dash of playfulness and something unexpected” is the cri de coeur of this irrepressible lady of the canyon. Self-taught and wildly imaginative, Romanek dipped her toes in the waters of interior design.
MASS Design Group
The Boston-based architecture firm is best known for its public-interest projects in Africa and Haiti. MASS also snagged a 2018 Academy of Arts and Letters Award in Architecture.
Jamie Bush + Co.
Bush might justifiably be described as a progenitor of the New California look—a style predicated on reverence for natural materials, with all their inherent imperfections, as well as artisanal craftsmanship, pronounced texture, and simple, bold gestures.
Studio Giancarlo Valle
“Design is fundamentally about conversation—between styles, cultures, objects, and people,” opines Valle. “And this conversation hopefully leads to unexpected results that bring joy and delight.”
Ken Fulk Inc.
Discover the magical and colorful world of Ken Fulk, a talented, visionary man whose dream is to create boisterous, atmospheric, and seductive, the self-taught tastemaker’s style.
Charles de Lisle
The designer alters and combines a medley of mediums to create his bold pieces.
After a plethora of innovative makeovers to buldings and spaces, ASH NYC has created a fame and its signature is the penchant for textured warmth and thoughtful layering.
Julie Hillman Design
“I am constantly looking at art and design,” the interior designer says, “from my daily walk to work to traveling to see art and architecture.” Next up? A first trip to India: “The sources of inspiration are endless.”
Charles & Co.
When it comes to crafting soulful homes, Vicky Charles and Julia Corden have little patience for strained theatrics or artificial poses. “Good design starts with good listening—to the clients, the architecture, the landscape, and the wider environment,” they aver.
Kelly Behun Studio
Behun is known for bringing a gallerist’s eye to all of her projects, infusing them with works by contemporary and up-and-coming artists.
Pierce & Ward
Though, Louisa Pierce and Emily Ward work with a roster of ultrafamous clients (Leonardo DiCaprio, Dakota Johnson, etc), the designers themselves couldn’t be more down-to-earth. Their eclectic living spaces artfully blend periods and cultures, never feeling “decorated” or flashy.
Isabelle Stanislas Architecture
“There is a fine line between interior design, architecture, and design. A balance is to be found between these three disciplines. This makes me want to draw everything,” she says.
Written by Daria Egorova
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