Get ready for 2019 with the best interior designers in the world!
With the new year coming, we decided it’s time to update our list of top 10 interior designers in the world. As AD introduced the 100 best designers, we come with our own list as well, hoping you’ll find out your next favorite interior designer. Buckle up and come with us to find out the best interior designers that are sure to shine even brighter in 2019!
Featured on the ELLE Decor and AD 100 lists of the best interior designers in the world, Jean-Louis Deniot has long been in the business of creating atmospheres. He creates spaces with incredible magic and creativity, recognized worldwide for his eclectic and refined style. If he does contemporary, it is always with a weighty dose of history and references infused into it to produce a timeless yet timely scenario.
The English interior designer Kelly Hoppen has a very kind career and is one of the biggest names of Interior Design worldwide. Her designs are not only focused in hospitality or residential but also in stunning yachts of private clients, as well in commercial projects all around the world, including restaurants, offices and aircraft.
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Internationally acclaimed French creator, designer and architect, Philippe Starck is untiring and rebellious citizen of the world, who considers it his duty to share his ethical and subversive vision of a fairer planet, creates unconventional places and objects whose purpose is to be “good” before being beautiful. Most of his designs have become cult objects, and his hotels are timeless icons that have added a new dimension to the global cityscape.
Kelly Wearstler‘s global luxury lifestyle brand is marked by its distinctive designs and sophisticated soulful character. Wearstler’s signature style juxtaposes raw with refined, melds sophistication and spirited spontaneity, and brings together diverse periods of furniture. Her portfolio includes luxury hotels and grand residences from Beverly Hills to the Caribbean, and throughout the rest of the world.
For someone in his early 30s, Ryan Korban has made quite a name for himself. His strong point of view and a signature aesthetic—sleek, marbly interiors, geometric forms and muted color palette—is exemplified in a handful of stunning retail projects for the likes of Aquazzura, Balenciaga, and Alexander Wang.
Rockwell Group is a 250-person award winning, cross-disciplinary architecture and design practice based in New York City with satellite offices in Madrid and Shanghai. With global offices to support a far-reaching vision, Rockwell Group is an interdisciplinary firm that emphasizes innovation and thought leadership in every project. They create extraordinary experiences and built environments never before seen.
Los Angeles and Paris-based Timothy Corrigan knows a thing or two about European elegance given that he’s owned has owned three historic castles and penned, An Invitation to Château du Grand-Lucé about one’s renovation. The jet-setting decorator tends to a clientele that includes Madonna and an array of Middle Eastern royals.
A national treasure in his native Brazil, Sig Bergamin is a decorator and art collector with clients in the United States, Europe, and South America. A typical Bergamin project, no matter what the style, is exuberant and full of life, and chances are it will be assembled with bright colors and international furnishings. His mastery of the mix has a tropical flair and balances the Old World with Brazilian modernism.
As you may expect from a Polo Ralph Lauren alumnus, Mark Cunningham‘s rooms tend to be masculine, well tailored, and timeless. He likes his palette neutral, but the Florida-born designer isn’t afraid of shades like light blue and royal purple, either. He mixes crisply upholstered custom-made pieces, American antiques, and accessories masterfully, all resulting in a quietly invigorating look.
The French-born interior designer’s eccentric glamour delights high-profile clients ranging from writer Amy Fine Collins to hairstylist and entrepreneur Frederic Fekkai. Hist style is often a major mix of the grand and contemporary: Louis XVI commodes, cutting-edge modern lighting, flamboyant tapestries, knockout works of art, custom-made furniture with an Ottoman air, and dashes of Lesage embroidery.
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