Contemporary interiors composed from sculpture to furniture, this is the specialty of Faye Toogood. The British artist works in a variety of areas, and some of her works have been acquired for permanent collections of institutions worldwide. Faye Toogood has been exhibited at Albert Museum in London, the Triennale in Milan, and D Museum in Seoul, and is now represented by Friedman Benda gallery in New York. Today, Daily Design News will take you on a journey through the artist’s most exclusive and contemporary interiors.
The artist teamed up with the house of Hermès to launch Petit H – a creative and poetic new take on the iconic Hermès brand that finds recreation in re-creation. The entire ground floor of the flagship Bond Street store was dedicated to a custom-designed Faye Toogood interior that acted as an antidote to West End slickness.
This contemporary interior design project and architecture was completed by Faye Toogood. All materials, furniture, and antiques have been carefully sourced, inspired by its 70s origins and the unique setting on a hill overlooking the sea, in Ibiza.
A three-bedroom apartment occupying the entire ground floor of a Victorian house in Winchester. The contemporary interior designed by Faye Toogood combines Victorian proportions with modern detailing complemented with the artist’s furniture and carefully curated items.
The British luxury brand Mulberry chose Faye to design the new retail concept. Inspired by the painterly qualities of bucolic British landscapes and the strong, but simple geometric forms of Brutalist architecture, the teams have explored the beauty of contrasting materials, volumes, shapes, scales and sensibilities, throughout their design concept.
A 1960’s house by Swiss Architect Walter Segal, carefully redesigned by Faye Toogood. White acoustic board ceilings, pine cladding, soft felt cupboards, and restoring original brick walls make these contemporary interiors so unique!
Collectors Flat is one of the most impressive projects from the interior designer’s portfolio. A Mayfair flat, designed solely around the concept of Made in Britain. All materials, furniture, and antiques have been carefully sourced for their British provenance, and it’s filled with bespoke pieces!
She also created a dramatic new site-specific installation for the Hermès flagship store in the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, showcasing the house’s new Haute jewelry collection. Building on Hermès designer Pierre Hardy’s disruptive take on refined jewelry, the Parisian boutique is invaded by monumental structures in a range of sculptural forms, from architectural grids of metallic mesh to raw volcanic shapes.
A Penthouse overlooking the railway yards and neighboring arts school in Kings Cross. A monumental space in green-grey ‘slush’ colors with a variation of polished plaster and buff matte distempered finish. Bespoke furniture, artworks, and vintage pieces create a contemporary interior yet comforting home with spacious living spaces and cozy bedrooms.
The interior of this three-bedroom Grade II-listed Georgian house combines old and new to exemplary effect. The interior designer kept original Georgian features, including working fireplaces and wide wooden floorboards, enhancing views to the south-facing garden, and embracing the beautifully leafy aspect of the Canonbury Conservation Area. This is one of the most classic in this list of contemporary interiors.