Check out David Collins Studio’s best luxury design projects!
David Collins Studio was established by the irish David Collins in 1984 and is an architectural based consultancy which has redefined luxury interior design on a global scale. The creative director of David Collins studio is Simon Rawlings. Throughout his 16 years with the company, he has been fundamental in defining and implementing the studio’s creative vision, working in close collaboration with David Collins and the creative team. Check out their best luxury design projects!
1) The Delaire Graff Estate Owner’s Villa
2) The Buckingham
The studio has been involved in designing unique projects for a wide range of clients both in the commercial worlds of high fashion as well as the design of some of London’s most loved and revered restaurants, hotels and bars. Works for private clients are no less impressive although they have developed a reputation for discretion as well as creativity in work designing homes for those who appreciate beauty, comfort and attention to detail.
3) VOGUE Lounge
4) The Lobby Lounge at Gleneagles
5) The Ritz-Carlton Residences
6) The London Penthouse at The London NYC
From the beginning, the studio dealt with different kinds of projects: hotels, restaurants, and bars are the major ones. As well as, retail and residential. The inspirations are so vast and complex that they are not discernible. The firm designed from art to cinema, fashion to music to literature and history, everything could become the sparkle to stimulate his genius.
7) Private Villa
8) The London Bar at The London West Hollywood
Some of the designer favorites had always been the mid-century French style. His creations were closely connected with Dupre Lafon, Line Vautrin, Jouve, Rene Coulon, Jean Besnard, and Adnet styles. Even now, after his death in 2013, his legacy – the studio survives under the care of creative director Simon Rawlings, a long-time collaborator of the designer – is still intact and David Collins‘ vision is more present than ever. His projects created during the 90s it’s still pertinent after all these years, a visual reminder of the power of his philosophy and the style behind it.