Boca do Lobo has published the AD 100 Best Interior Designers of 2017 Finally Revealed! – PART I, an exclusive list of men and women who are changing our world, one room, one building, and one garden at a time. Today, we reveal the second part of this prestigious list, showing the interiors designers and some of their unique projects, who led them into this Hall of Fame. Keep on reading!
The Paris-based Argentine architect employs an artist’s eye while curating rooms that are full of life.
Leroy Street Studio
Marc Turkel, Morgan Hare, and Shawn Watts design buildings that are, in their words, “intelligent, responsible, inquisitive, and enduring.
“Classic intellectual style with a modern spirit.”
The New York firm knows how to create a home that makes you stop and stare
Mark Cunningham Inc.
Discover the work of Mark Cunningham Inc., from a charming Martha’s Vineyard summer home to a 1930s Georgian mansion on Long Island.
Mark Hampton LLC
Discover the work of the legendary firm, from Alexa Hampton’s own New York City residence to a chic apartment in Manhattan’s Pierre hotel.
Markham Roberts Inc.
Designer Markham Roberts on his favorite hotel in Italy and why you should visit the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
Martyn Lawrence Bullard Design
Modern luxury is comfort.
Michael Maltzan Architecture
Maltzan continues to help revitalize his hometown of L.A., where he’s already transformed vacant land into a thriving mixed-use development and devised celebrated housing for the homeless.
Style: “Pure classical design traditions with unexpected elements.”
“Good design elicits desire. You have to want it.”
Nicky Haslam Studio Ltd.
“Design is more to do with an intuitive eye and an inherent reaction to what looks right or wrong.”
The Seattle-based architecture firm infuses a rugged-meets-refined aesthetic with a laid-back Pacific Northwest spirit.
OMA New York
The firm’s forward-thinking creations can be found around the world, from Tokyo to Quebec City.
Paolo Moschino for Nicholas Haslam Ltd.
Paolo Moschino and Philip Vergeylen blend traditional opulence with unexpected details.
Paul Fortune Design Studio
The Los Angeles–based talent designs with both a modern eye and a deference to the past.
Peter Pennoyer Architects
“Imagination is enriched by tradition,” says Pennoyer, who uses 3-D rapid prototyping to create details and objects unique to a project.
Pierre Yovanovitch Architecture d’Intérieur
The Paris-based designer mixes modern and vintage details
Rafael de Cárdenas Ltd./Architecture at Large
“Our work is guided by a keen historical interest and an attention to the complex movements of culture in the moment.”
Richard Keith Langham Inc.
“Rooms should be comfortable, layered, and appointed with furnishings and details that acknowledge the past, albeit with a fresh and clear approach.”
Richard Mishaan Design
Super-spirited interiors that often blend iconic furniture, punchy patterns, and powerhouse art.
Robert Couturier Inc.
The New York–based talent translates detailed visions into masterful interiors.
Robert Kime Design
The London designer demonstrates skill in heavily patterned and detailed decor.
The architecture and interior design firm led by David Rockwell makes an enormous impact on these New York City residences.
The Roger Thomas Collection
The designer leaves his mark on both commercial spaces and residences
Roman and Williams Buildings and Interiors
“We believe that the story of a space is as fundamental as the design and the objects that go into it,” remark Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch, partners in work and life.
Rose Uniacke Studio Ltd.
“A room is not a museum of furniture. It should feel welcoming and human, calm and contemplative.”
The New York–based designer is known for his bold colors, sleek surfaces, and anything-goes aesthetic
Sawyer | Berson
Designers Brian Sawyer and John Berson fuse traditional and modern elements in their architecture and landscape-driven designs
Rigor meets romance in the work of Annabelle Selldorf, who balances ambitious public projects with a busy residential practice.
Shawn Henderson Interior Design
“Whether it’s modern or traditional, I strive for sophistication, comfort, and harmony.”
“We create spaces that solve problems,” notes firm cofounder Lee F. Mindel, whose encyclopedic knowledge of 20th-century design yields airy spaces that are both rooted in history and decidedly of the moment.
Sig Bergamin Architecture & Design
“Comfortable, eclectic, unique, and full of personality.”
“Design allows us to change reality.” So say firm founders Craig Dykers and Kjetil Trædal Thorsen, who have left lasting marks from Oslo to San Francisco.
Stephen Shadley Designs
“Each project is a narrative—a response to the client, site, and structure.” Projects: A 1913 castle in upstate New York.
Stephen Sills Associates
“Designing an original atmosphere tailored for creative clients and how they see themselves.”
Steven Harris Architects
From penthouses to poolhouses, Harris engages his clients in “a process of constant refinement and dialogue” to create elegant spaces with distinctive character.
Steven Volpe Design
Jeanne Gang believes that design can “connect people socially, experientially, and intellectually.”
For Laura Sartori Rimini and Roberto Peregalli, “the trick is blending nostalgia for the past with curiosity for the present.”
Studio Sofield Inc.
“I am grounded by all forms of craft as articulated through functionality, personality, and value,” William Sofield says.
“It’s about designing spaces that prioritize the immeasurable values, that make the normal special and make us feel alive,” says Ilse Crawford.
Suzanne Kasler Interiors
“The traditional with the contemporary, high and low, linens and velvets.”
Thad Hayes Inc.
“Tailored interiors infused with knowledge of the decorative arts, fine arts, and architecture.”
Tino Zervudachi & Associés
The firm’s polished style is showcased in these homes in Virginia and Paris.
Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects
Clean lines and serene spaces distinguish the work of this husband-and-wife team
Tom Scheerer Inc.
“Tradition, comfort, and relaxed charm—but informed by modernism.”
Toshiko Mori Architect
enriching modernist forms with a sense of poetry, Mori crafts “nuanced spatial experiences, mutable with the season and time of day.”
Tucker & Marks Inc.
“Make it individual, make it beautiful” are words designers Suzanne Tucker and Timothy Marks live by.
Veere Grenney Associates
“Beauty and comfort should collide.”
Victoria Hagan Interiors
“Timeless American design.”
“Blending old and new to bring lasting personality to a space,” says Waldo Fernandez.
William T. Georgis Architect
“Inhabit the moment, acknowledge history, honor your client, and create sublime beauty.”
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