Best Design Projects By Top 10 Interior Designers – If you are looking for inspiration for your personal home decoration or renovation, or even for a contract project you have on your hands to develop, the best interior designers are always the best inspiration source you can get. And better than what they say about their own style or the way they decorate their projects, it’s to look at what they actually do. So, Best Design Projects selected our favorite design project from each of the top 10 interior designers from the entire world, just to give you always the best from the best.
Photo: Private Residence Interior design: Marcel Wanders, 2009 | Source: Marcel Wanders
If you think skin is surface and surface is superficial, your brains have proved that your eyes don’t work. With 102m2 of surface and a garden of100m2, Private Residence, Amsterdam strangely symbolizes the typical home space for the Netherlands. With these specifications, the space had to be very rationally organized. But rational doesn’t stop architecture from speaking. The interior of Private Residence, Amsterdam abounds with strong details which provide monumentality. The semi – circular wall in the main area has been enhanced and the curved wall got bulged to give an iconic presence to the space. The boundary between inside and outside, and between architecture and nature are blurred. The garden and the house had to live together in a beautiful peaceful way. Private Residence was completed in 2008.
Photo: Austin Residence by Kelly Wearstler
Towering above Austin in one of the city’s tallest buildings, the brand-new 3,900 sq-ft space was a literal blank canvas of white walls, concrete floors, boxy rooms and very little character. One of Kelly’s priorities was to make the apartment as open as possible and bring the vibrancy of the surrounding life outdoors inside. The designer knocked down walls and created an expansive living area, floored in a cooling combination of different stones laid in geometric pattern that became a seamless extension of the outside views.
Photo: Paradis du Fruit Restaurant by Philippe Starck
Le Paradis du Fruit is a very simple yet sophisticated restaurant, very modern yet classical, where design and decoration are not mentioned. The focus is instead on intelligence and quality, with every glance a reminder that there is intelligence and quality in Le Paradis du Fruit’s products. Timeless forms, timeless material: mahogany, polished stainless steel and glass. The human touch is also evident in a number of works of art, especially the extraordinary work by artist Murano Aristide Najean, exploring the myths and legends associated with fruit. Screens like windows to penetrate into the pulp of the fruit, into its inner beauty, its marvellous intimacy, and films showcasing fruit through the exceptional quality of Thibaut Mathieu’s work. A great deal of work went into the lighting: different moods for different times morning, afternoon, evening and night since the mood of fruit also changes with the time of day.
Photo: Penthouse 1 New York by Kelly Hoppen
“A home should be where you feel joy and happiness. It should feel like your own space, reflective of the spirit, life and loves of the people who live there.” Kelly Hoppen
Photo: Hôtel Récamier, Paris
Located on Place Saint Sulpice in the heart of Saint Germain des Prés, Hôtel Recamier is a former Bourgeois family home. This hotel holds six storeys of traditional townhouse, with fancy fixtures, wrought-iron balconies and fashionable fabrics. Space may be limited, but the hotel makes up for it with sophistication – and it’s oh so chic, naturally.
Photo: Louis Vuitton Los Angeles, Rodeo Drive, 2015
Images: Stephane Muratet courtesy of Louis Vuitton; Paul Warchol courtesy of Peter Marino Architect; City of Beverly Hills Architectural Award 2015 – Large Retail, Selected by the Architectural Commission of the City of Beverly Hills
Photo: The Charles Manhattan, NYC, USA
The Charles is a luxury condominium development consisting of 28 full floor units located on Manhattan’s upper east side. Imbued with an European sensibility throughout its interior architecture and design, David Collins Studio was engaged by Bluerock Real Estate on this project to create the public and communal areas, the space planning for the apartments and the concept artwork for the apartments.
Photo: Sly New York
Sky brings luxury living on a grand scale to midtown Manhattan. Moinian Group’s 71-story, ground-up building features 1,175 residential units and a diverse set of amenities. Rockwell Group developed a contemporary design vocabulary with natural and handcrafted materials and finishes, including marble, walnut, brass, and stone. Neutral hues express a fresh and more informal interpretation of luxury.
Photo: Victoria Hagan Interiors
Victoria Hagan is an award-winning designer whose work reflects the New American Classic — a modern sense of luxury that is fresh, restrained and iconic.
Photo: The entrance to Ron Radziner’s Venice, California, home gives little indication of its range.
They believe that their dual capacity as architects and contractors allows them to responsibly design simple buildings more elegantly and complex buildings with more care. Like the California Modernists, they admire, we endeavor to design from the big idea down to the smallest detail. We also believe it is possible for architecture to bring people closer to nature. Whether designing to the highest standards of sustainable design or creating outdoor rooms that extend daily living into the landscape, we negotiate our relationship with nature through every design choice we make.
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