A name that needs no introduction, ELLE Decor is a reference in the world of interior design and anyone would agree that it’s truly an honour, whenever the publication recognizes your value in the design world. Every year ELLE Decor releases a list of their favourite interior designers, having started back in 2010 with a selection of 25 names, now the A-List, as ELLE Decor calls it, it has now grown to 125 designs firms that inspire every single design lover and our readers themselves. You will recognize some of the names of this ELLE Decor‘s list and be completely mesmerized by their ideas that follow the 2020 trends.
ELLE Decor proudly presents the 10th-anniversary edition of the A-List, their annual registry of the most stylish, influential, and innovative top interior designers from around the world. Here are some of the most amazing names on ELLE Decor‘s list and that we find absolutely genius in the contemporary design world:
ALBERTO PINTO INTERIOR DESIGN
Eclecticism and refinement remain the keywords when it comes to creating entire universes for Alberto Pinto’s prestigious clients worldwide: private residences, office buildings, airports, hotels, yachts, and jets. Under Linda Pinto’s management, Alberto Pinto is marked by various cultural influences that let traditional and modern meet in harmony.
Founded in 2001, Amy Lau Design creates interiors known for their warmth, expressiveness, and impeccable attention to detail. Amy has a reverence for the inherent beauty of natural materials and landscapes and thoughtfully incorporates elements of each into every interior design project.
Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran make up the Milan-based super duo. Founded in 2003, the avant-garde firm is known for its furniture designs and fashion collaborations with the likes of Fendi and Hermès. Their forward-looking interiors are rich with pattern and colour-blocked walls. Are you enjoying ELLE Decor‘s list?
Clients of New York– and Los Angeles–based designer Eric Hughes have included Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick, Andy Cohen, Katie Couric, Hank Azaria, and Lauren Graham.
India Mahdavi has a lot in common with Henri Matisse. Like a Fauvist, the Paris-based designer and architect use rich complementary colours in both her commercial and residential projects to elicit a layered—mostly giddy—response from visitors.
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For decades, Jacques Grange has taken mixing traditional and contemporary design elements into a new dimension. Just feast your eyes on Yves Saint Laurent’s famous Marrakech retreat, Villa Oasis, for a sampling of his sumptuous layering of colour and patterns.
The interiors Jean-Louis Deniot creates are spaces where spontaneity and magic are de rigueur. He is recognized for his eclectic and emblematic interiors and prefers neither minimalism nor excess: His projects show balance and a vision of refinement, comfort, and openness.