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Every year the iconic magazine ,Architectural Digest select the top 100 architects and designers of this passing year that have stunned us with their unique interior design projects.
In this article we want to share with you some of those incredible and talented professionals that are a source of inspiration to us.
Changing the world with their creations, these ground-breaking designers 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.
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Ingrao Inc.The company is asserted by Tony Ingrao and Randy Kemper. Essentially, their style could be described as distinctive and avant-garde. Happening quite soon, the partners want to add more outdoor green spaces to the urban lifestyle.
Kelly WearstlerRenowned for her vivacious and colorful compositions, Kelly Wearstler knows how to perfectly blend daring textures with bold colors while telling a fulfilling story –“I want to tell evocative design stories, adventurous and full of soul.” Her clientele list goes from Cameron Diaz to Gwen Stefani and quite recently she has designed the interiors of Proper Hotels in Austin, San Francisco, and Los Angeles alongside Brad Korzen
Lorenzo CastilloMany of his designs are inspired in Madrid and they exude a “Classic intellectual style with a modern spirit.” His projects of Summer houses in Barcelona and Biarritz are quite coveted.
Martyn Lawrence Bullard DesignThe Californian designer views Modern Luxury as the most comfortable of options, this is very evident in projects, such as the Raleigh hotel in Miami Beach and Hotel Californian in Santa Barbara. His clients range from Kendall Jenner to Ellen Pompeo.
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Rafael de Cárdenas Ltd./Architecture at LargeThe multi-disciplinary practice of Rafael de Cárdenas is led by the philosophy of “keen historical interest and an attention to the complex movements of culture in the moment.” His next project will be related to artificial intelligence.“Young Guns – The next generation of trendsetters, tastemakers, and design gurus”
Ashe + LeonardoA Partnership between Ariel Ashe and Reinaldo Leandro that has been gaining a lot of exposure projects that convey instinct, ingenuity, humor, and historical references. They are presently working on a furniture line while thinking about a future project which will involve elements of Art Deco and Art Nouveau.
Ben Pentreath Ltd.Pentreath’s style could be defined for his whimsical novelties as they focus on classical proportions and astounding details, regularly influenced by the 18th-century. The designer based in London produced a collection of handmade lacquer furniture for Pentreath & Hall.
Dan Fink StudioThe Interior design studio focal point lies on classical designs but they could also be construed as modern. They have developed successful projects in San Fransisco, New Zealandm and Maui.Ryan KorbanExcitingly working for a better tomorrow, the New York practice led by Ryan Korban already counts with celebrated clients, such as James Franco and Kanye West. Their style could be interpreted as sleek, bold and aesthetic.
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Written by Marta Moura