AD100 2023: Discover The European Interior Designers of 2023 (Part I)
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AD100 2023: Discover The European Interior Designers of 2023 (Part I)

AD100 2023: Discover The European Interior Designers of 2023 (Part I)

Introducing the 2023 AD100 – today’s top talents in interior decoration, architecture, and landscape design. When we’re looking for incredible interiors that are liveable yet stunning, these are the names we always come back to. Stay tuned and discover the European interior designers of 2023’s AD100!

DIMORESTUDIO

AD100 2023: Discover The European Interior Designers of 2023 (Part I)
© Silvia Rivoltella

The creators of DIMORESTUDIO, Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci, from Milan, continue the tradition of visionaries who were not afraid to go bigger, bolder, and more colorful than ever before in Italian design history. But they actually turned their attention backwards in order to advance their own aesthetic. The designers’ obsession with the 1970s, which now permeates much of their work and is heavily influenced by the fashion industry—including an apartment in the Palazzo Fendi, the Hermès showroom at Salone, and a home goods line with Dior—began in 2015 when they became mesmerized by a 1970s floral pattern printed in a textile book. However, the Arts Club Dubai may be the place where Dimorestudio’s ’70s inspiration most proudest on exhibit. There, ten different varieties of technicolor marble are blended to create floors that are almost disco-like.

Studio Peregalli

AD100 2023: Discover The European Interior Designers of 2023 (Part I)
© Robert Rieger

The evocative commissions created by Laura Sartori Rimini and Roberto Peregalli, the late mentor and legendary decorator Renzo Mongiardino’s spiritual heirs, at Studio Peregalli in Milan, bring history to life. The scholarly duo envisions a broad span of bygone aesthetics, from Renaissance magnificence to Victorian exuberance, realized by professional crafters employing age-old techniques, as shown in their mesmerizing books, The Invention of the Past (2011) and Grand Tour (2018), both from Rizzoli.

Vincenzo De Cotiis

AD100 2023: Discover The European Interior Designers of 2023 (Part I)
© Martin Morrell

The Politecnico di Milano-educated Vincenzo De Cotiis works at the intersection of architecture, interior design, and furniture design, following in the footsteps of Italian masters like Gio Ponti and Carlo Scarpa and valuing superior craftsmanship above all else. His sculptural furnishings, which are offered for sale and on show at Carpenters Workshop Gallery, frequently serve as inspiration for his interior design projects, which include yachts, several retail jobs, and homes in Ibiza, Paris, St. Moritz, and Cyprus.

Casiraghi Architecture d’Intérieur

AD100 2023: Discover The European Interior Designers of 2023 (Part I)
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The Italian-born, Paris-based Fabrizio Casiraghi has created an entrancing body of work since starting out at the DIMORESTUDIO in Milan. His projects include stores for the fashion label Kenzo and candlemaker Cire Trudon, a skillful renovation of Paris’s renowned Drouant restaurant, and boutique hotels in posh locations. The internet went into overdrive when he furnished a lavish Parisian apartment with skirted yellow sofas and bronze painted-filigree plasterwork. “A beguiling harmony flavored with African and Asian allusions,” is how Casiraghi describes his aesthetic. And there’s more to come; three audaciously realized hotels are currently under construction in London, Sydney, and Paris.

Elliott Barnes Interiors

AD100 2023: Discover The European Interior Designers of 2023 (Part I)
© Elodie Dupuis

Elliott Barnes, an American living in Paris, developed his skills under the tutelage of the late Andrée Putman and worked as the firm’s director until opening his own office in 2004. At the beginning of his career, Barnes also had the opportunity to lecture at American institutions and the ENSAD (National School of Decorative Arts) in Paris. With his own company now, the Cornell University alumnus skillfully mixes residential work with hotel projects, including The Ritz-Carlton, historic Parisian Maisons, and Javier Pastore’s home.

Joseph Dirand Architecture

AD100 2023: Discover The European Interior Designers of 2023 (Part I)
© Adrien Dirand

After earning his degree in architecture from the École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Paris-Belleville, Joseph Dirand became known as a rigid modernist who was fascinated by minimalism’s clean slate. At the age of 25, Dirand received the assignment to create the interiors of Junko Shimada’s Paris store, swiftly demonstrating his exceptional talent. Over time, the designer has developed a unique narrative approach to his work that feels significantly more vigorous.

Rose Uniacke

AD100 2023: Discover The European Interior Designers of 2023 (Part I)
© Simon Upton

Rose Uniacke worked as an antiques dealer and a furniture restorer before she became an interior designer; both occupations have a significant influence on her current work. The AD100 designer creates sparsely furnished, soul-stirring spaces for her primarily U.K.-based clients, including Peter Morgan, Jo Malone, Victoria, and David Beckham. These settings frequently include a captivating combination of unfinished floorboards, pale hand-plastered walls, vintage Scandinavian furniture, and a scattering of evocative antiques. Her style has evolved to include blending the ancient and the new, if not as its distinguishing feature.

Vincent Van Duysen

AD100 2023: Discover The European Interior Designers of 2023 (Part I)
© Matthieu Salvaing

It is hardly surprising that Vincent Van Duysen was influenced by the work of architects like Luis Barragán, Le Corbusier, and Louis Kahn given the almost monastic purity that distinguishes his quietly stunning assignments. The Belgian designer’s sparsely furnished rooms are given a depth by fine touches like silky plaster finishes, dry wood textures, and hazy colors. The Kvadrat shop in Milan, the Winery VV by Vinetiq in Puurs, Belgium, and a number of the rooms of Kim Kardashian’s Calabasas estate are a few of Vincent Van Duysen’s most notable designs.

© Architectural Digest

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