AD 100 is an issue that reveals the best interior designers, architects, and landscape designers. During the month of December, another edition was unravelled and now you can meet the creative talents and faces behind the names that at the moment, are on everyone’s lips. The modern design world welcomes 10 newcomers making their first appearance on the list because this business is constantly evolving and good luxury design has no limits. Let’s meet a few names on this year’s AD 100, and get ready to be stunned by the women and men that stand out in this utterly splendid business.
First, let’s meet the 2020 Debuts on the AD 100 list:
London-based designer Beata Heuman pairs Scandinavian accents with her family-friendly aesthetic.
The mother-and-son team of Clements Design crafts sleek homes for a star-studded client list.
Based in Los Angeles and New York, the architecture firm featured for the first time on AD 100, boasts a client list of celebrated cultural institutions.
For New York-based Gluckman Tang Architects, infusing joy into projects is a design must.
Architect Francis Kéré has been a name to know ever since he was awarded the prestigious Aga Khan Award for Architecture for his first-ever building in 2004.
The Swedish architect and designer is known for his eccentric and decadent design projects.
The Mexico City-based firm’s oeuvre spans furniture, private residences, and environmentally-conscious builds.
The former home editor at Vogue is a rising star in the interiors world. Now, she has become a top interior designer at AD 100‘s list.
The Texas-based designer is an expert at mixing unconventional patterns and textures for the home design.
The Los Angeles native blends Classical influence with California cool for his design inspiration.
Now let’s meet some of today’s top talent in architecture and design that are already names that you are used to seeing on the AD 100 list:
A Tribeca triplex (pictured below) designed by Amy Lau.
CopenHill by BIG (pictured above) is a waste-to-energy plant in Copenhagen topped with a ski slope, hiking trail, and climbing wall.
An interior designed by Charles & Co (pictured below).
A private apartment in Monte-Carlo, Monaco decorated by Charles Zana.
The public areas in the Grand Hotel et de Milan, restyled by Dimore Studio.
A living room in an Upper East Side townhouse by Deborah Berke Partners.
Designer Francis Sultana’s London home.
Chez Nina Bar in Milan, designed by India Mahdavi.
Deniot’s former house in Miami.
A private home in Southampton, New York designed by Kelly Behun.
The lobby of the Santa Monica Proper, a new hotel in Southern California.
If you want to read the complete AD 100 list, read here!