The following esteemed interior designers represent a fellowship of trailblazers and standard-bearers whose work is imaginative, intelligent, and inspiring.
The next interior designers were selected for the characteristics they have in their projects like, sensations that provide, style, color, design, level of projects and prizes received. In this group are five of the best interior designers in the world. Feel inspired by these professionals and get to know their work a little better.
The New Yorker dubbed her “the presiding grande dame of West Coast interior designers,” but Kelly Wearstler is more rock star than matronly personage. Author, blogger, outré fashion plate, branding virtuoso (from sheets to jewelry), decorator and muse of the Viceroy and Tides hotels – Wearstler cuts a profile as colorful as those of her clients like Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale, among others.
“I want to create the illusion—and the reality—of permanence.” These are not Peter Marino’s words; they belong to the late Renzo Mongiardino, one of his biggest influences. But Marino’s work certainly embodies the interior designers wisdom. Like the Italian illusionist, Marino believes in the seamless integration of architecture and interiors and also happens to be an aesthetic polymath.
Victoria Hagan has long been respected for the intelligent integration of architecture and interior design. Her design philosophy features a refined use of materials, sophisticated color, and strong silhouettes. Victoria has been awarded many of the country’s top interior designers honors, including Architectural Digest’s AD100.
Since 1999, YOO has worked with international developers, designing landmark residential and hotel projects throughout Asia, Australia, Europe, Africa, North and South America and the Middle East. YOO is a pioneering vision for living and the result of a partnership between property entrepreneur John Hitchcox and one of the most ubiquitous interior designers, Philippe Starck.
Meier is well known for his abstracted, often white, buildings and unrelenting personal design philosophy. He is perhaps the best known of the interior designers group for his use of white in his designs, which he believes enhances the qualities of light in space: “Whiteness allows the architectural ideas to be understood most clearly—the difference between opacity and transparency, solid and void, structure and surface,” he explains. “They have a greater clarity.”