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CONTENTS September / October 2019

NEWS & TRENDS 016 Roche Bobois x Joana Vasconcelos 018 Nightbloom Collection by Marcel Wanders and Lladró

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWS 086 Patricia Urquiola 088 Rossana Orlandi 090 Piero Lissoni

020 UPCOMING EVENTS

094 7 LUXURY DAYS IN PORTUGAL

WORLD’S TOP INSPIRATIONAL DESIGNERS 025 Paris 030 Milan 033 New York 037 Miami 042 Los Angeles 047 United Kingdom 052 Portugal 057 Spain 061 Germany 065 Russia 070 Australia 074 Canada 078 Hong Kong 083 Japan

100 YACHTS WE COVET INSPIRATIONS 104 Camp Style 108 TRENDBOOK HOTELS WE COVET 114 Grand Hyatt Berlin 116 Conrad Tokyo 118 Hotel Zoo Berlin WORLD’S FINEST RESTAURANTS 122 Grand Salon, New York 124 Unkai, Intercontinental Tokyo 126 Jungsik, New York 128 Ginza Onodera, London


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Dear readers, For the rentrée, CovetED wants to offer some extra inspiration. Issue #14 comes as collectible as it gets, by featuring a selection of our 200 favourite designers from 20 countries. These are the creative minds behind the most beautiful projects in the world. From contemporary to modern classic, from cosmopolitan residences to grand villas, from boutique to luxury hotels, any type of projects really. 200 Designers and 200 inspirational photos. Inspiration continues with the Camp Aesthetics editorial and its impact in product design. The unforgettable 2019 Met Gala brought this fantastic style to light by showing incredible, out of the box fashion. We wanted to explore the same style and see how it applies to product design... well, it was a feast for the eyes! There is no shortage of fantastic, epic designs from brands worlwide that embody the extraordinary, the shocking and the fantastic. Curious? Of course we couldn’t leave out the Design Agenda for the second half of the year in the Upcoming Events section as well as the latest news from Design’s top brands. Enjoy the next pages and prepare to feel a boost of creativity! I hope you have as much fun reading this issue as we had researching to create the content you are about to read. PS: If you are looking for extra inspiration, visit our Youtube Channel: COVETED MAGAZINE.

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NEWS & TRENDS

WORLDWIDE Top interior designers who are esteemed worldwide, either for their impressive work or for the way they conquered the world, are excellent inspirations for design enthusiasts and professionals to discover the latest news and trends within the industry. Below, you can read about three novelties and collections that emanated recently and are bound to be the topic of discussion for a very long time.


NEWS & TRENDS //

“A ARTE DE VIVER” (THE ART OF LIVING) BY ROCHE BOBOIS AND JOANA VASCONCELOS Roche Bobois challenged the renowned Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos to reinterpret six pieces from their collection. Joana Vasconcelos recreated the models edited by Roche Bobois, preserving their original essence while inscribing her identity. Her unparalleled creativity, which highlights Portugal’s artisanal traditions and know-how, redefines the codes of contemporary art. The works will be exhibited in Miami as part of Art Basel and later auctioned. All proceeds will be donated to the Joana Vasconcelos Foundation, whose mission is to support those who make Art their path. By associating creative work, design and craftsmanship, this collaboration expresses the core values of Roche Bobois.

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NIGHTBLOOM COLLECTION BY MARCEL WANDERS AND LLADRร“ Marcel Wanders is already famous for his collaborative design. We have seen works with Alessi, FLOS and, most recently, Lladrรณ. Together with his Creative Director, Gabriel Chiave, Wanders ultimately produced a collection of pendants, wall sconces and a floor lamp named Nightbloom, in which a medium as rigid as porcelain was used to communicate motion through design. This beautiful lighting collection is inspired by flowers swaying gently in the breeze. An original, modern design notable for its shifting organic forms and for the attractive effects created by the light that comes from inside.


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ARATA ISOZAKI | THE PRITZKER ARCHITECTURE PRIZE 2019 LAUREATE Arata Isozaki, a distinguished Japanese architect, city planner and theorist, has been selected as the 2019 Laureate of the Pritzker Architecture Prize, the award that is known internationally as architecture’s highest honour. Lauded as a visionary amongst his international contemporaries, Isozaki’s forwardthinking approach, deep commitment to the “art of space,” and transnational methodology have been evidenced since the 1960s. The prolific architect has been credited with facilitating dialogue between East and West, reinterpreting global influences within architecture, and supporting the development of younger generations in the field. His precision and dexterity are demonstrated through his mastery of an intercontinental range of building techniques, interpretation of site and context, and intentionality of details. Isozaki’s early successes in architecture transpired during the era following the Allied occupation of Japan, when the country sought to rebuild itself after the ruins of the Second World War. His buildings appear geometrically simple, but are infused with theory and purpose. The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (1981-1986 Los Angeles, United States) was the architect’s first international commission. Though controversial and geographically challenging, the red Indian sandstone building was resolved by Isozaki’s eloquent awareness of scale through an assemblage of volumes, while employing the golden ratio and yin yang theory throughout, evoking the complementary nature of western and eastern relationships.

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COVETED PRESENTS

UPCOMING

EVENTS

2019 MAISON&OBJET PARIS 6-10 SEPTEMBER TOP DRAWER LONDON 8-10 SEPTEMBER LONDON DESIGN FESTIVAL 14-22 SEPTEMBER INDEX DUBAI 17-19 SEPTEMBER

MAISON&OBJET PARIS | 6-10 SEPTEMBER Maison&Objet is back for its second edition of the year, after an amazing first edition in January. Be prepared to discover incredible new brands, products and trends, along with interesting panels and talks. It all happens from 6-10 September in Paris.

FERIA HABITAT VALENCIA 17-20 SEPTEMBER 100% DESIGN 18-21 SEPTEMBER HOSPITALITY DESIGN SHOW 18-19 SEPTEMBER DESIGN JUNCTION 19-22 SEPTEMBER LONDON DESIGN FAIR 19-22 SEPTEMBER

TOP DRAWER LONDON | 8-10 SEPTEMBER

CERSAIE BOLOGNA 23-27 SEPTEMBER

With 11 different sectors and over 1500 brands exhibiting, Top Drawer London provides access to the latest trends and an insight through incredible seminars. Don’t miss the chance to visit the UK’s leading lifestyle trade show from 8-10 September at Olympia London.

PAD LONDON 30 SEPTEMBER - 6 OCTOBER DECOREX 6-9 OCTOBER FORT LAUDERDALE INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOW 30 OCTOBER - 8 NOVEMBER IDEO BAIN 4-8 NOVEMBER BDNY 10-11 NOVEMBER SALON ART + DESIGN 14-18 NOVEMBER DESIGN MIAMI 4-8 DECEMBER

LONDON DESIGN FESTIVAL | 14-22 SEPTEMBER Since 2003 that the London Design Festival shakes up the design community at the British capital. Seen as a gateway to the international creative community, don’t miss it from 14-22 September.

INDEX DUBAI | 17-19 SEPTEMBER INDEX Dubai is an amazing event part of the Middle East Design & Hospitality Week. With yearly editions since 1990, INDEX is the largest gathering for the design community in the region. Make sure you visit from 17-19 September at Dubai World Trade Centre.


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FERIA HABITAT VALENCIA | 17-20 SEPTEMBER

DESIGN JUNCTION | 19-22 SEPTEMBER

LONDON DESIGN FAIR | 19-22 SEPTEMBER

Seen as London’s leading contemporary design show, Design Junction presents breakthrough brands, forward-thinking furniture and amazing design accessories as part of London Design Festival. Don’t miss it from 19-22 September at King’s Cross.

Taking place in the heart of East London, London Design Fair is the most international trade destination during London Design Festival, bringing together 550 exhibitors from 36 countries. Make sure you stop by the Old Truman Brewery, from 19-22 September.

Focused on bringing design professionals all the latest news and trends of the sector, Feria Habitat Valencia also enables the connections between people and businesses. Allow yourself to be inspired from 17-20 September in Valencia, Spain.

PAD LONDON | 30 SEPTEMBER - 6 OCTOBER 100% DESIGN | 18-21 SEPTEMBER 100% Design is the main event of the London Design Festival, attraction thousands of visitors across its four days. Taking place at the iconic Olympia London from 18-21 September, don’t miss the chance to witness incredible talks and bespoke installations.

Inspiring a unique spirit of collecting, PAD epitomises how modern art, photography, design, decorative and tribal arts interact to reveal astonishing combinations and create the most individual and staggering interiors. PAD cultivates eclecticism, authenticity and connoisseurship with passion and flair. Its boutique setting is designed to inspire collectors, art consultants, museum experts, interiors specialists, design practitioners and the public alike, making PAD the only event of its kind. Feel free to stop by this amazing event taking place at Berkeley Square in London from the 30th of September to October 6th.

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BDNY | 10-11 NOVEMBER

DECOREX | 6-9 OCTOBER Decorex International is Europe’s leading event for interior design professionals. Established for over 40 years, Decorex will open its doors for 2019 in central London from 6-9 October.

FORT LAUDERDALE INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOW

| 30 OCTOBER - 3 NOVEMBER

Every year, the show exhibits a vast array of the industry’s latest boats and yachts of all sizes, worldwide debuts, plus a medley of marine products and accessories to enhance the nautical lifestyle. From yacht builders and designers to exotic cars and brokerage yachts, this show has something for everyone! Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the “Yachting Capital of the World” will host the 60th annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show from the 30th of October to the 3rd of November.

Boutique Design New York (BDNY) is the leading trade fair and conference for hospitality design professionals, serving the eastern United States, Canada and Europe. For two high-energy days each November, it’s the creative nexus of the industry, bringing 8,000+ interior designers, architects, purchasing agents and owners/ developers together with more than 750 manufacturers and marketers of exceptional design elements for hospitality interiors. Visit The Jacob K. Javits Center and feel inspired.

DESIGN MIAMI | 4-8 DECEMBER Design Miami/ is the global forum for design. Each fair brings together the most influential collectors, gallerists, designers, curators and critics from around the world in celebration of design culture and commerce. Occurring alongside the Art Basel fairs in Miami, USA each December and Basel, Switzerland each June, Design Miami/ has become the premier venue for collecting, exhibiting, discussing and creating a collectable design. Stop by the Miami Beach Convention Centre from 4-8 December.


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THE WORLD’S TOP

INSPIRATIONAL DESIGNERS F RO M N E W YO R K TO M O S C O W CovetED Magazine has selected the top designers from the world’s best markets to celebrate the best that the design world has to offer. With styles ranging from contemporary to classic or mid-century modern, this is the ultimate list that every design lover should know. Since the interior design industry is so competitive, every design professional aspires to be more ground-breaking and bolder than the others, thus leaving their signature in the design world. These interior designers were bold enough to be picked by us.


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ALBERTO PINTO STUDIO PARIS The historical founder of the Alberto Pinto Studio was the late Alberto Pinto, one of the biggest icons of French interior design, and is now under Linda Pinto’s management. Always refusing to conceive narrow and closed spaces, he naturally oriented himself towards “big projects”. After his passing, the Studio carried on and is still considered one of the top design studios in France.

CHRISTIAN LIAIGRE PARIS

Christian Liaigre opened his studio in 1987, focusing on interior architecture and furniture design. Christian Liaigre has made himself known by his refined, high-quality work. Through good use of space and light, he bases his design on local cultures and traditions, choice of materials and a special love of arts and crafts.

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GÉRARD FAIVRE

PARIS

Gerard Faivre, recognized as one of the best contemporary interior designers, created the concept Gerard Faivre Residence, luxury properties completely renovated, furnished and decorated with fully integrated hotel services. To create an original work of art, Faivre imbues himself with the soul of each property. For him, each site is both a blank canvas and a source of inspiration.

INDIA MAHDAVI PARIS

India Mahdavi was born in Tehran from an Egyptian mother and an Iranian father. After graduating from the Cooper Union and the School of Visual Arts of New York, she built her professional experience at Christian Liaigre agency. Between 1990 and 1997, she was named art director of the famous French house and finally, she decided to create her own agency in 1999.


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JACQUES GRANGE PARIS

Jacques Grange is one of the best interior designers and decorators in the world. Known for his exquisite style, characterized by a harmony between traditional and contemporary tastes, Grange is one of the very few interior designers who received classical education in the field. He decorated and designed interiors for some of the biggest and most respected personalities and tastemakers.

JEAN-LOUIS DENIOT PARIS

Jean-Louis Deniot has been in the business of creating atmospheres for quite some time. Recognized for his eclectic and emblematic interiors, Jean-Louis Deniot plays in a multiplicity of repertoires, never sticking to the purity of style. His flair for nodding to past time periods and refined colour palettes is the reason he has been booked for an endless list of impressive projects.

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PHILIPPE STARCK

PARIS

In 1979, Philippe Starck launched his agency, Ubik, and would become famous and recognized thanks to the French president François Mitterand, that asked him to re-invent the private flat of the presidential palace, the Elysée. From that point on, the artist would never stop, between designing incredible projects or simple daily objects.

PIERRE YOVANOVITCH PARIS Pierre Yovanovitch uses the traditional knowhow of the French craftsmen to create unique interiors and pieces made of noble materials. He opened his own agency opened in 2001 under the name of “Pierre Yovanovitch, Interior designer” and has worked all over the world. In 2016, the agency moved into the centre of Paris and opened an office in New York in 2018.


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PIERRE-YVES ROCHON PARIS Pierre-Yves Rochon (PYR) was founded in Paris in 1979 to create interior design solutions for luxury hospitality and residential environments. PYR has been entrusted with iconic historic landmarks as well as cutting-edge developments around the world as a direct result of the creativity and craftsmanship they bring to every project.

ROBERT COUTURIER PARIS

Robert Couturier made design history in 1987 when billionaire financier Sir James Goldsmith entrusted him with the incredible project on the Pacific Coast of Mexico. Since then, Couturier has contributed to major architecture and design books, being able to lend a sense of connoisseurship, imagination and even experimentation to the traditional design landscape.

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CRISTINA CELESTINO MILAN Cristina Celestino worked in several areas of architecture before finally turning to interior architecture and design. She moved to Milan in 2009 where she created “Attico�, her design brand which focused on the conception of lamps and furnishings. Her style is heavily based on observation and research, mixing in old and new and exploring many variations between scale.

DIMORE STUDIO MILAN

Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran invested in the fields of design, art and fashion, and founded Dimore Studio in 2003. This duo of contemporary designers has a unique signature style with pieces created by historical design master artisans merged with domestic materials and other modified objects. They often cross the boundaries between art and design, fashion and architecture.


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GIULIO CAPPELLINI MILAN Giulio Cappellini is an emblematic figure in the design panorama. Born in 1954, he was deeply involved in design since childhood, thanks to his family business. After graduating in Architecture, he launched himself into the industry and had many cooperations with other top designers. His style is fitting with the modern trends as we can see from products such as the Mill sofa.

LAURA POZZI MILAN

Laura Pozzi created her studio in 2003, having the role of stylist, creative director and executive producer herself in a company located in Follina, Treviso and Milan. She’s taken her 19-year-old career to the max, by mixing her visual moods of design, architecture and styling into each of her new projects. Her style focuses on three main keywords: colours, emotions and simplicity.

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LUDOVICA+ ROBERTO PALOMBA MILAN Ludovica and Roberto Palomba are known as “the golden couple of Italian design”. After setting up their own studio in Milan in 1994, they’ve been involved in architectural planning, interior design and partnerships with brands such as Foscarini and Poltrona Frau are some of the highlights of their career. In their work, they aim to acquire an aesthetic result.

MARCO PIVA MILAN

Marco Piva is a reference in Milanese architecture, interior design and product conceptions. He opened his studio during the 80s having been known for handling projects in the areas of architectural interior design and industrial design. Piva has a careful approach to his projects, by studying and creating solutions that have compositional sobriety and stylistic freedom.


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MATTEO NUNZIATI MILAN

Born in Bologna in 1972, Nunziati is one of the most influential designers and architects worldwide. His career started in 2000 by opening his own interior design studio in Milan, known for providing his clients with the best luxury furniture in luxury hotels, residences, wellness centres and spas. One of the highlights of his career has to do with his take on the Trump Towers.

BUNNY WILLIAMS NEW YORK

Bunny Williams is one of the greatest interior designers of the United States and opened her interior design company in 1988. Bunny has launched a collection of furniture and accessories known as Bunny Williams Home. She co-owns a garden furniture and ornament shop in New York, with antiques dealer John Rosselli, extending her love of design to beyond the interiors.

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CHAMPALIMAUD DESIGN NEW YORK Champalimaud Design is known for creating some of the most renowned hospitality and private projects in the world and was founded by Alexandra Champalimaud. They have been able to manage and accomplish many collaborations with top clients in order to create some of the world’s most distinctive properties, transforming context and heritage into compelling stories and unparalleled experiences.

CLODAGH NEW YORK

Clodagh Design is a multi-disciplinary design firm based in New York City. It is one of the world’s leading innovative design studios with an award winning portfolio that spans over 24 countries. Founded in 1989, Clodagh Design is made up of three distinctive business divisions: Clodagh

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Design Signature and Clodagh Collection.


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DUTCH EAST DESIGN NEW YORK

Dutch East Design and Warren Red Branding come together in a much-anticipated union. Both well-established firms, the two have joined to unify the aesthetic, cultural and social aspects of their projects, creating complete experiences. As much a business resource as designer, the company fosters a philosophy of collaboration, working with owners and operators to bring to bear extensive experience.

JONATHAN ADLER NEW YORK

Jonathan Adler is a potter, designer and author. Adler launched his first ceramic collection in 1993 at Barneys New York and, five years later, he expanded into home furnishings, opening his first boutique in Manhattan. Adler’s inspirations have come from mid-century modern, art and global pop culture and, because of that, he is best known for his “happy” interior designs and line of home furnishings. COVETED MAGAZINE PAGE 35. COVETED MAGAZINE PAGE 35.


ROCKWELL GROUP

NEW YORK

Founded in New York in 1984 by David Rockwell, the Rockwell Group creates the most extraordinary designs all around the world. Some of the greatest works created by David and his team include the interiors of Nobu and the W Hotels, the exuberant Mohegan Sun Casino, the pop-tastic scenery for the Broadway musical ‘Hairspray’ and the sublimely hilarious high-modern sets for ‘Team America: World Police’.

RYAN KORBAN NEW YORK

Ryan Korban jumped to the spotlight of the design industry and, since his luxury debut, his work and style have been making headlines on the top design magazine. Drawing on inspirations ranging from Monet paintings to Helmut Newton photographs, he creates seductive, wondrous spaces that surpass the trend to redefine traditional design for a new generation.


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SASHA BIKOFF NEW YORK

Sasha Bikoff is known for her balanced understanding of design, flawless execution and technical know-how sculpted from her vast worldly exploits and experiences. Bikoff’s style is heavily influenced by her hometown, New York, and from her experiences traveling abroad. In her projects, her remarkable lineup of brands and products break design rules and inspire a lavish yet eclectic lifestyle.

BROWN DAVIS INTERIORS MIAMI Todd Davis and Rob Brown are the founders of Brown Davis Interiors, a firm that focuses on the classic architecture. They have been noticeable for designing two residences for President and Secretary of State Clinton, and The British Embassy residence. In every project, they are 100% committed to the concept that is based on modern classicism and attention to details.

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DKOR INTERIORS MIAMI Following the keywords “Concept. Collaborate. Create.”, DKOR Interiors delivers luxurious and innovative homes that correlate to the client’s needs. Each project starts with a concept, with the team taking time to understand the individual needs of each client and apply them to interior design creative process. With this, they create an authentic style and a true home identity.

J DESIGN MIAMI

J Design Group is an interior design company with many projects, from hotels, restaurants, hospitality installations, to luxury homes throughout Florida and the world. These spaces are completed with the most amazing settings and luxurious pieces of furniture. Regardless of project type, this interior design company always delivers the most incredible results seen in interior design.


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JEROME H. DAVIS INTERIORS, LLC MIAMI With a family history surrounded by the furniture and design world, Amanda Davis Carreon found her passion for design very early. Her love for creating beautiful spaces has always been a personal and professional goal. Throughout her career, she explored that passion and worked for several fashion retailers while delivering the most amazing projects and settings.

KHADINE SCHULTZ INTERIORS MIAMI Khadine Schultz is an architect and interior designer that shares a large amount of innovation, work ethic and a keen eye for detail. With more than 10 years of experience, she considers herself a massive traveller, gaining inspiration every time, for the development of her knowledge of architecture and design.

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KOBI KARP ARCHITECTURE MIAMI In 1996 Kobi Karp founded the Kobi Karp Architecture and Interior Design Inc. It’s a full-service architectural and interior design company that creates amazing settings on several buildings, from the design of largescale, high-rise condominium and hospitality projects to small-scale low-rise residential and commercial structures.

STUDIO LILY KWONG MIAMI Studio Lily Kwong is a stylish and eccentric landscape design studio that perfectly embodies the exterior environment in incredible spaces. Lily’s design studio balances all aspects of design in the dreamiest way, using all that Mother Nature has to offer since botany to urban planning. This concept has been applied to luxury hotels and high-quality residential landscapes.


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MICHAEL WOLK DESIGN MIAMI Since 1971, Michael Wolk Design Associates has contributed to the interior design world with a service that shares interior, graphic, product and furniture divisions. They have a creative team of talented designers and highly skilled technicians for every project, achieving top excellence. Innovation and modern settings are everything that this company has in its projects.

PEPE CALDERIN DESIGN MIAMI Pepe Calderin Design is a Miami and New York-based interior design firm, that sits on the full-service of high-end residential and commercial spaces. This award-winning company has over 20 years of experience in design, along with a concept of freshness, energy, visionary and modern essence. In every project, they deliver the most eccentric and exquisite settings.

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SOFIA JOELSSON DESIGN MIAMI Sofia Joelsson is a Swedish native that’s been gaining a strong reputation in Miami and in the USA. Her amazing interior design firm stands out for her meticulousness and attention to detail and her ability to combine her design identity with the vision and desire of every client. She can luxury with comfort, indulgence with wellness and technology with simplicity.

JAMIE BUSH + CO

LOS ANGELES

Jamie Bush + Co, inspired by art and design from a very young age, has followed his passion for design without a doubt. From New Orleans to Venice, the designer gained a massive love for modernism. After finishing his masters in architecture, Jamie searched for mid-century modern residential architecture in Los Angeles and, in 2002, he finally founded his own company.


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JEFF ANDREWS LOS ANGELES

Jeff Andrews designs sophisticated and livable interiors for families and celebrities alike. Jeff is skilled at pushing creative boundaries in ways that respect and redefine traditional design aesthetics. His innovative and refreshing approach makes him one of the most soughtafter interior designers in the industry.

KATHRYN M. IRELAND DESIGN LOS ANGELES Famous interior designer Kathryn M. Ireland is known in the industry for her stunning design projects and her amazing fabric collections, but she gained worldwide celebrity status due to her appearance on the hit TV show “Million Dollar Decorators” of BravoTV. She’s been capitalizing on that fame by conquering new markets and clients.

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KELLY WEARSTLER LOS ANGELES Kelly Wearstler is an American designer and one of the very top interior designers in the world, admired for her bold designs and fantastic interior projects. After founding her own design firm Kelly Wearstler Interior Design in the mid-1990s, her ensuing work within the hotel industry built her an enviable reputation in California.

MARMOL RADZINER LOS ANGELES

Marmol Radziner, consists of a Los Angelesbased design-build practice founded by architects Leo Marmol, FAIA and Ron Radziner, FAIA. The company deals with areas such as architectural design, historic restoration, landscape design, interior design and furniture design. The focus of the projects are bent on institutions such as residential, hospitality, educational, as well as community projects.


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MARTYN LAWRENCE BULLARD LOS ANGELES Martyn Lawrence Bullard is a multi-award winning Los Angeles based interior designer and is renowned for his broad range of styles and eclectic, yet sophisticated interiors. A popular television personality, Martyn starred in the hit Bravo series, Million Dollar Decorators and hosted Channel 4’s Hollywood Me in the UK, along with a multitude of design television programs spanning over 65 countries.

MERVE KAHRAMAN LOS ANGELES Merve Kahraman is a top interior designer who has been conquering a lot of attention thanks to her mid-century style with a modern twist. Through the use of humour, she practises her art either on industrial or interior design (where she is specialized). On many of her interior design projects you can find custom pieces of furniture, typically retro, with their geometric and asymmetric features.

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MICHAEL S SMITH LOS ANGELES Michael S Smith – also known as Obama’s White House decorator – is one of the most respected and original talents in the industry. Born in California, Michael studied interior design in Los Angeles. In 1984, he continued his studies in London, then returned to the U.S. to work under the tutelage of legendary Gep Durenberger. His design firm, Michael S Smith Inc, was launched in 1990, expanding from projects solely for private clients.

PETER DUNHAM LOS ANGELES

Peter Dunham was raised in France, spent his summers in Spain and was educated in England. He started his decorating career as an apprentice of the legendary David Hicks while studying International Business Administration.In 1998, Dunham started his own company in LA. From decorating houses, hotels and medical

projects to inspiring

film office designs, there’s nothing that Mr. Dunham can’t do.


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WALDO FERNANDEZ LOS ANGELES

Born in Cuba, Waldo Fernandez’s Latin blood inspires his strong designs for his amazing celebrity clients list, such as Elizabeth Taylor, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. The interior design projects developed by the Cuban interior designer include many high-end private residences, restaurants, numerous Hawaiian estates, riding stables, executive offices, yachts and private planes.

BLACKSHEEP UNITED KINGDOM

For Tim Mutton, founder and leader of Blacksheep, every project, either with a new or returning client, has to be a new book that tells a new tale. The studio was launched in 2002 with the aim of bringing a new perspective to the industry. Aside from leading Blacksheep’s team, Tim regularly teaches, judges, writes, presents and is an active force in driving the design industry’s future.

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DAVID CHIPPERFIELD UNITED KINGDOM Sir David Alan Chipperfield is a British architect known for his modern, and minimal designs. He graduated from the Architectural Association in London and worked with award-winning architects such as Richard Rogers and Norman Foster. He ended up establishing David Chipperfield Architects in 1985, maintaining the offices in Berlin, London, Milan, and Shanghai to this day.

DAVID COLLINS STUDIO UNITED KINGDOM Established in 1985 by David Collins and Ian Watson, David Collins Studio is an architectural-based consultancy that has redefined luxury interior design on a global scale. The Studio has been involved in the design of unique projects for a wide range of clients in the commercial worlds of high-fashion and of some of London’s top restaurants, hotels and bars.


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FIONA BARRATT UNITED KINGDOM

Fiona Barratt is an award-winning interior designer and one of the UK’s leading figures in the universe of interior design. The designer gets her greatest inspiration from her family since the interest in architecture and design began with her grandfather. Mixing sophisticated neutrals with bursts of accent colours, Fiona Barratt makes the perfect balance in her projects.

FRANCIS SULTANA UNITED KINGDOM

Francis Sultana is definitely a name you immediately recognize when it comes to top bespoke interior designers worldwide. He’s famous for his contemporary and sophisticated vision of the modern interiors, as well as his unique style and close relationship with the artistic world, which has allowed him to create unique pieces such as cabinetry, tables, upholstery and lighting.

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KELLY HOPPEN UNITED KINGDOM

With a differentiating signature style and over 40 years of experience, Kelly Hoppen is an icon in the industry, having received multiple awards. She has also been featured in numerous publications and collaborated with several selected brands. Based in London, Hoppen is known for the idea of giving the most personalized and proper interiors according to the client’s lifestyle.

KRIS TURNBULL STUDIOS UNITED KINGDOM Kris Turnbull Studios is the best at giving a modern approach to a luxury interior design project since 2007, and that’s exactly why his design firm is so highly sought after. With a creative team that offers the best interior design, architecture, interior architecture and styling services, Kris Turnbull is definitely a reference within the interior design community.


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ROSE UNIACKE UNITED KINGDOM

Rose Uniacke is one of the UK’s top interior designers, well-known for her ability to create calm, balanced, refined interiors. Whether it’s a residential or commercial project, getting to know clients, understanding their needs and preferences, winning their trust and collaborating with them is at the heart of Rose’s work; and it’s something she finds particularly rewarding.

STAFFAN TOLLGÅRD DESIGN GROUP UNITED KINGDOM Founded in 2005, Staffan Tollgård Design Group offers an award-winning architectural interior design service known for its bold take on residential interiors. Founded by Staffan and Monique Tollgard, the studio’s authentic style is born out of Asian and Scandinavian functionalism,

mixed

with

a

strong

appreciation of furniture as sculptural art.

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ANA CORDEIRO

PORTUGAL

Prego Sem Estopa was born on the groundfloor of Calรงada do Combro, a space that quickly became a landmark of good taste. In January 2012, Ana Cordeiro was invited to internationalize her brand at Maison et Objet, one of the most prestigious fairs in Paris. There, she presented a collection in a reinvented vintage style, consisting of furniture designed by her.

CATARINA BATISTA PORTUGAL The architect founded her studio, Catarina Batista Studio, in 2011. In order to meet the needs of Portuguese families, she mainly develops private projects for single-family homes.

Specializing

in

interior

design,

rehabilitation, and decoration, the Studio offers the creativity and attention to detail needed to ensure the obvious connection between the emotions and dreams of the clients.


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EMMANUEL BABLED PORTUGAL

Emmanuel Babled is a French designer living in Portugal and has always been a firm defender of traditional craftsmanship, as well as a man who’s been handling a series of furniture and interior design initiatives in that country. Most notably, he has been working with Murano Glass and being involved in projects that allow the combination of his experience in glasswork with other traditional craftsmanship techniques.

JOANA ASTOLFI DESIGN GROUP PORTUGAL Joana Astolfi is an artist, architect and designer. Starting from Joana’s creative vision, Studio Astolfi is a team of artists, architects and technicians who specialize in telling stories, evoking memories and captivating the curiosity of our audiences. Studio Astolfi has created projects for Hermès, Cantinho do Avillez, Claus Porto, among many others.

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LISETE REIS

PORTUGAL

Lisete Reis is the proof that having two loves is not impossible. After working as a journalist for 20 years, she created a design blog evolved to a store in Porto. In the store, you can find comfortable armchairs, worked mirrors, Portuguese ceramics, among many other things. The all-white decoration is one of Lisete’s favourite trends, which is highlighted with vivid colours and some improbable combinations.

MUSA DÉCOR PORTUGAL

Created by Soraia Pereira in 1999, Musa Décor combines both architecture and design services, so that each work reflects the inspirations and desires of each client. Its style is characterized by being full of emotions and positive energy, turning simple spaces into rooms where you can whether have a cosy family gathering or an elegant cocktail party with friends.


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NINI ANDRADE SILVA PORTUGAL

Nini Andrade Silva is one of the most prestigious interior designers in the world. Nini’s work has international recognition, having placed the name of Portugal alongside the biggest and best designers in the world, while being the creative mind behind multiple hotels, such as Vila Foz Hotel & Spa in Porto, Portugal.

VITERBO INTERIOR DESIGN GROUP PORTUGAL Viterbo Interior Design is a leading familyowned interior design company, with offices in Portugal and Singapore. At Viterbo Interior Design, they hold the deep-rooted belief that their success is not based in a predictable aesthetic but rather in their genuine efforts to deliver a unique project that transmits balance and aesthetics thus enhancing your life quality.

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OITOEMPONTO

PORTUGAL

Artur Miranda created Oitoemponto in 1993 to bring innovative design to Portugal. Two years later, Jacques Bec joined him, bringing his own very personal French touch from Paris, the City of Lights. They started working for public and commercial places but their common taste for sophisticated and personalized surroundings soon led them to develop their creativity in private projects. Among their projects, we highlight the fantastic Monumental Palace Hotel in Porto, Portugal and La Maison du Caviar Restaurant in Paris.

CASA DO PASSADIÇO PORTUGAL

After being restored in the ‘90s, the Casa do Passadiço was transformed into a design studio by Catarina Rosas, Cláudia Soares Pereira and Catarina Soares Pereira. Their modern yet functional style is always present in their interiors, along with the best products and materials that meet the client’s personal design vision. The end result is a balanced yet luxurious space.


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ADRIANA NICOLAU SPAIN

Adriana Nicolau is an interior designer that creates projects with a nurturing and cozy environment. Her projects are filled

with

antiques, which she avidly searched for in the trails of Madrid and in the corners of the Marché aux Puces, in Paris. Her studio is located in Madrid and it is permanently seeking out new projects from which people can get inspired by.

ISABEL LÓPEZ-QUESADA SPAIN Isabel López-Quesada has dedicated herself to interior design since she was a child, and opened her studio 30 years ago in Madrid. Her projects are some of the best ideas and inspiration for interior design, offering a miscellaneous design, with the top trends of English and French style. Isabel is definitely one of the top luxury interior designers in the world.

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JAIME BERIESTAIN STUDIO SPAIN Jaime Beriestain Studio is an award-winning design and architecture studio in Madrid. The studio was launched in 2002 and has created a huge number of projects for the time being. Their luxurious undertakings range from the biggest hotels to the smallest of projects. Their main goal is to search for the specific nature of each project and adapt into a solution to meet the criteria of each individual client.

JORGE CAÑETE SPAIN

A Swiss of Catalan and Andalusian origin, Jorge Cañete did not choose to devote his life to interior design and architecture by chance. His graduation in “Interior Design” and his previous experience in architecture studios was his launchpad to set up his studio in 2005: INTERIOR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY. The designer decided to express his creativity in 3D through interior design.


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MASQUESPACIO SPAIN

Masquespacio is an award-winning studio created by Ana Milena and Christophe Penasse in 2001, Valencia. It is a luxurious studio internationally celebrated for being set on new and innovative concepts for all kinds of projects. Masquespacio creates the best experiences that successfully seduce end-users with different products and decoration.

MERCEDES ARCE SPAIN

Mercedes Arce has a passion for three elements in particular in her career: design, architecture and art. Always on the lookout for top trends, she successfully creates a certain harmony inherent to all the interiors she took on, more specifically spaces filled with “suitable spaces and personality”.

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PEPE LEAL

SPAIN

Pepe Leal has a degree in Art History, a background that provided him with a theoretical basis to project himself later in the world of decoration. His first exhibition at Casa Decor 98 earned him the respect of the critics and a privileged place in the world of decoration. Since 1996, he’s become one of the rising values of ​​ interior design and decoration.

SARA FOLCH

SPAIN

Founded by Sara Folch, Sara Folch Interior Design is an amazing design studio that has been around for more than 25 years. The team at the Barcelona architecture studio has designed hundreds of projects, making Sara Folch one of the world’s most renowned interior designers. Each project is a new opportunity to innovate, combine and create unique and personalized spaces considering each detail.


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SUSANNA COTS SPAIN

Susanna Cots created her interior design studio in 2001 and, since then, her international presence has been increasing. Within her interior design projects, she projects a unique complexity, sensibility and an intemporal feel to them, which results in the conception of spaces with contrasts, details and elements that balance the overall design and decoration in a unique way.

EXPRIMO BERLIN GERMANY

From

commercial

to

individual

design

projects, Exprimo Berlin is engaged in several design projects. The design studio takes every inch of what the client has in mind into consideration, making sure that every piece of personality is fitted into the space. They have the ability to create the atmosphere of any room while taking close care of the details.

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FINE ROOMS DESIGN KONZEPTE GMBH GERMANY Fine Rooms specializes in the development of design concepts in architecture, interior design, product design and art. With Markus Hilzinger and Isabella Hamann as creative directors, Fine Rooms stands out for their customer relationships and project management. The creative mind of the Studio is Isabella who was able to expand her knowledge and focus on the renovation of historic villas.

GISBERT PĂ–PPLER GERMANY

Gisbert PĂśppler Architecture and Interior is a company that combines the deep knowledge of architecture, interior design and custom furnishings within a boutique studio. By bringing together a comprehensive understanding of space, colour, light and features, the team orchestrates a complete environmental experience, creating rooms with an overarching concept that unites people.


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IVY’S DESIGN GERMANY

Ivana Bukvic, known by many as an entrepreneur and an interior designer, is the one behind Ivy’s Design. Her company follows five essential keywords: community, quality, art, nature and colour. Despite having a small team, this company managed to tackle many types of challenges. Their chic and classy style is a reflection of their mindset: to be inspired and inspire.

JBW INTERIORS GERMANY

JBW Interiors is run by Juergen and Bernd Wagner, both of whom have been producing furniture and high-quality interiors in Berlin since 1988. Nowadays, the company specializes in private interiors, with a team of around 30 employees. They present sophistication and quality in both their interior and lighting projects, having the firm belief that beauty can be found in the little details.

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KITZIG INTERIOR DESIGN GERMANY Kitzig Interior Design is an outstanding interior design company with offices in Bochum, Munich, and London. The company, founded in 1998, has an interdisciplinary team that works in a holistic way to create extraordinary projects for the hospitality and catering industries, but it also creates tailormade design projects for retail.

PARIS 56 GERMANY

For over 12 years, Detlev Bรถhnke has been the owner and leader of Paris 56 Fine Interiors, an exhibition space, studio and workshop all fused into one. This top multifunctioning studio

specializes

in

residential

and

commercial projects, having a very specific and strong motto that they take to heart with each new challenge that comes their way.


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SEBASTIAN HERKNER GERMANY

Sebastian Herkner is embarking on an evergrowing number of collaborations with international design houses and, over the course of the past decade, has received over 30 awards in recognition of his innovative yet traditional work. Herkner’s astonishing career path propelled him straight onto the radar of Maison&Objet, having been the Designer of the Year in January 2019.

ALEXANDRA FEDOROVA RUSSIA Alexandra Fedorova is a Russian architect with a timeless sense of architecture and interior design that manages to keep looking relevant even with the passing of years. Regardless of the challenge she and her team get, they never fail in conceding a unique personalized service for the variety of clients they deal with.

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DOM-A

RUSSIA

Dom-A is a company composed of talented designers Maria Silver and Sergey Makushev, that are easily able to handle a variety of projects, classical, modern or eclectic. They have several ways of maintaining a simple luxury and upbringing in their interior design projects which have allowed them to obtain remarkable results in projects such as penthouses to cottages and hotels.

IULIIA SHEIPUNAS RUSSIA Iuliia Sheipunas may be a newcomer to the Moscow design scene but she’s definitely leaving her mark in the design world thanks to her strong passion for luxury design. Her style is best defined as being simple yet elegant, a quality that is conquering a lot of attention from the Russian crowds.


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KATERINA GOODWILL RUSSIA Katerina Goodwill is a perfect example of a promising Russian interior designer that manages to handle multi-scale projects as well as performing a variety of tasks in order to effectively provide a good result for the client’s needs. She can handle private projects in such a wonderful way that she’s able to perfect her capacity of solving problems of interior design.

KATERINA LASHMANOVA RUSSIA Katerina Lashmanova is an interior designer from Moscow that has been making waves on a worldwide scale. Inspired by modern classic concepts, Katerina Lashmanova is all about comfortable spaces, beautiful colour palettes, and harmonious shapes. With an outstanding portfolio, she brings alive charming interior design projects.

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O&A DESIGN

RUSSIA

Based in Moscow, O&A Design is a worldclass interior design firm that features a large spectrum of projects for private homes and apartments, hotels, restaurants, and shops. Oleg Klodt and Anna Agapova are the artists behind this amazing design company, where they share an eclectic and high-quality design.

POLINA PIDSTAN RUSSIA

Polina Pidstan has been involved in the interior design world since 2008, mainly specializing in the conception of private interiors in Moscow and Saint Petersburg. She successfully combines functionality, comfort, style, elegance, and sophistication into her interior projects, which manages to make her style feel modern and innovative with the mix of several types of materials.


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SVETLANA POZDNYAKOVA RUSSIA Svetlana Pozdnyakova has her own unique style of sense and creativity which has allowed her to easily take on different projects in different ways, either the design of a country house or a small apartment. Among her top goals, the Russian interior designer still focuses on the purpose of expanding the geography of her activity to different cities of Russia and abroad.

VADIM MALTSEV RUSSIA

Vadim Maltsev started his career and life initially as an ideological designer-inspirer and art director, recognized for being focused on a steady aspiration to perfection. In interior design, he’s often known for his modern and often radical take on a variety of projects, something that’s clearly reflected by the projects of his own firm - Vadim Maltsev Design & Decor | Furniture.

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CAMILLA MOLDERS DESIGN AUSTRALIA Camilla Molders Design is a design studio that focuses on residential interiors, where functionality and aesthetics prevail. From large-scale

renovations

to

single-room

makeovers, the studio works with their clients through every step. They collaborate with architects and builders, to create functional and beautiful spaces that skilfully reflect the client’s personal taste and style.

GREG NATALE DESIGN AUSTRALIA Greg Natale is a top interior designer whose use of bold colour and pattern creates warm, layered, liveable spaces, through a unique view into his creative process. He focuses on residential, retail and commercial projects while sharing his philosophy. His first major project was the Gonano Apartment, with a decorative, repeated pattern coordinated on walls, blinds, bed linens and art.


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HARE + KLEIN AUSTRALIA

Hare + Klein is led by Meryl Hare and Dimity Chitty, who ensure that the practice is one of Australia’s leading interior design studios. They offer a full interior design service, delivering stylish solutions that exceed expectations. With experience in residential and commercial projects, they always cater to their clients, fulfilling their vision with a modern and contemporary touch.

MARC NEWSON AUSTRALIA

Marc Newson has worked across a wide range of disciplines, creating everything from furniture and household objects to private and commercial aircraft, yachts for worldwide clients. His work is present in many major museum collections, including the MoMA in New York, London’s Design Museum and V&A, the Centre Georges Pompidou and the Vitra Design Museum.

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MASSIMO INTERIORS

AUSTRALIA

Born in Milan, Massimo Speroni has an elegant and exotic approach to design that lies in his artful orchestration of scale and texture. Within his work, there’s glamour and inspiration from both classical and contemporary references. Massimo draws every project by hand, applying the same procedure that the great Italian art masters like Leonardo Da Vinci and Michelangelo.

NIC GRAHAM & ASSOCIATES AUSTRALIA Nic Graham & Associates is an Australian interior design firm founded by Nic Graham, that shares a contemporary and mid-century vintage style. They focus on unique hotels, restaurants and residential projects that allow bespoke design, including QT Hotels in Australia and W Hotels in Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, and Brisbane.


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SJB INTERIORS AUSTRALIA

SJB Interiors is one of Australia’s biggest design firm led by Andrew Parr, Ljiljana Gazevic and Léo Terrando. They provide a large portfolio of residential, retail and commercial projects with timeless quality and contemporary design. They have renovated the BMW dealership in Sydney, delivering an incredible building that combines modern design with the brand’s high-tech engineering.

SMART DESIGN STUDIO AUSTRALIA William Smart created the Smart Design Studio, a multi-disciplined design studio that offers professional services in architecture and interior architecture and design. The firm’s portfolio includes master-planning for urban centers, residential, retail and commercial developments. Some of their best commercial projects include the Central Park Display Pavillion and the Hyde Park Cafe.

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FERRIS RAFAULI

CANADA

Ferris Rafauli is one of Canada’s top designers of luxury homes and lifestyle creations. His name has been synonymous with iconic designs and incredible constructions for over a decade. Rafauli’s ability to perfectly integrate timeless architecture with a sumptuous design is what he’s best known for and his award-winning portfolio has made him the top choice of high-profile clients.

CAMDEN LANE INTERIORS CANADA Camden Lane Interiors is a full-service interior design boutique lead by Lucy Morozko who is specialized in high-end residential designs. Lucy has over 10 years of design experience in retail, hospitality and luxury residential design.

Camden

Lane

Interiors’

main

focus is developing amazing projects with their signature contemporary design style, providing creative design solutions.


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COE MUDFORD INTERIOR DESIGN CANADA Coe Mudford Interior Design, also known as CMID, is a design collective made up of talented professionals, with Carey Mudford and Erin Coe as lead designers of the studio with a history of over 25 years. CMID prides itself on its distinctive interiors and exquisite attention to detail, creating the ultimate modern spaces fit for a variety of tastes.

DOUGLAS DESIGN STUDIO CANADA Founded in 1995 by Jeffrey A. Douglas, Douglas Design Studio focuses on creating interior designs that fully mirror the client’s style and desires. The Studio believes that each home must reflect who its owners are, so the designers bring infinite creativity, energy and order to the project, fulfilling all of the client’s dreams with their sleek and elegant contemporary design style.

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HARRISON FAE DESIGN CANADA Harrison Fae Design was founded by Alicia Sass with the dream of creating spaces that have the perfect balance of bold design, elegant style and timeless sophistication. The team at Harrison Fae has extensive experience in residential and commercial projects, with all of their works having their unique, contemporary touch with a bit of luxury and modernism mixed in.

LORI MORRIS CANADA

Lori Morris is the design force behind the House of LMD, a design studio that has been shaking up the design world in North America since 1987. With headquarters in Toronto and Canada, the firm has produced some amazing design projects featuring an unparalleled luxury experience. The studio has left its mark on residential and hospitality projects with a contemporary and maximalist style.


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MASON STUDIO DESIGN CANADA Mason Studio is an award-winning interior design firm whose work focuses on the mix of art, objects, graphics and technology. Stanley Sun and Ashley Rumsey are the talented duo behind the Toronto-based studio, featuring an extensive portfolio of residential and commercial projects that can be admired on almost every continent.

TOMAS PEARCE CANADA

Tomas Pearce is an incredible design company based in Toronto, led by principal partners Melandro Quilatan and Tania Richardson. Their team is a mix of talented, energetic and experienced professionals, with experience in luxury residences and high-end commercial spaces. The firm’s style is motivated by a love of good design, both modern and traditional.

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YABU PUSHELBERG CANADA Founded by George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg in 1980, the stunning success of this studio is justified by its creativity and organization in their services. The studio is divided into six teams of design and project management personnel specializing in luxury design. Yabu Pushelberg has been honoured several awards for their work in the hospitality industry and restaurant design.

AB CONCEPT HONG KONG

AB Concept has received top honors at prestigious international awards and the Interior Design Best Of The Year including the coveted Annual GoId Key Awards, the Hospitality Design Awards in New York and the International Hotel and Property Awards In London. Most recently, their project for the Shangri-la Hotel in Oufu took the 2014 Hospitality Design Award for Best Public Space.


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DILEONARDO HONG KONG

DiLeonardo’s team continually demonstrates an ability to harness purposeful elegance in design and deliver it anywhere in the world. The Studio’s design philosophy transcends the essential and becomes a way of living. The mix of styles they imply on each project stun away the clients, always bearing in mind the location and the clients’ wishes.

HOK DESIGN HONG KONG

HOK Design consists of global design, architecture, engineering, and planning firm. Thanks to their team, they are driven by their technical excellence and imagination with the goal of delivering unique solutions that inspire clients. They were awarded the 2019 Firm Award from the American Institute of Architects, the Best Airport in the Middle East and the 2018 Healthcare Design Awards.

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IN SITU & PARTNERS HONG KONG This interior architecture company specializes in interior architecture and fitting out of high-end retail and luxury residential interiors, where they have developed several global interior design concepts. The studio is passionate about delivering creative and functional experiences to their clients. Their high-end client portfolio includes HarveyNichols, Balmain, Valentino, and Nespresso.

LIQUID INTERIORS HONG KONG

Liquid Interiors is an eco-conscious interior design firm that focuses on healthy and sustainable living. Their initiative is to alter this mindset and reinstitute the benefits of nature into city living. The Studio’s team is equipped with professional designers and strategic partners who design and execute green interiors to certification level.


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LRF DESIGNERS HONG KONG

LRF Designers has become one of Asia’s leading interior design studios, led by Charles Robertson. The studio designs with a sense of place, creating environments that please the client’s senses. They continue to create exceptional settings for the hospitality business, such as the Shangri-La in Paris, the Galaxy Cotai in Macau and the Conrad Hilton in Seoul.

MICHAEL CHOW HONG KONG

Michael Chow is a man that captured the essence of artists such as Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, and many others. Before his first restaurant, Michael worked as a designer and designed Armani’s Rodeo Drive Boutique and the Giorgio Armani boutique in Las Vegas. Michael designs all of his MR CHOW restaurants with original Arts and Lalique glass doors, which are still unique and modern.

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PTANG STUDIO

HONG KONG

PTang Studio is one of the best architectural and interior design companies, specialized in diversified types of projects. The studio has been awarded the 2011 International Design Awards for Office Category, the Certificate of Excellence in commercial, retail or office on the 2012 Perspective Awards and the Residential Award in 2010. The studio’s philosophy is modest: getting to basics.

STEVE LEUNG HONG KONG

Steve Leung, a leading award-winning architect, and interior designer, specializing in astounding architectural and interior design projects, catering to the needs of rapidly growing China and international markets. The company works on a wide spectrum of design projects that are spread over most of Europe, the United States, UAE, India, Singapore, Malaysia, and Japan.


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GWENAEL NICOLAS JAPAN

Gwenael Nicolas is the interior designer who created Curiosity, a multidisciplinary studio currently based in Tokyo. Thanks to this project, Nicolas has been cooperating with a large spectrum of companies and clients which results in the creation of new products, materials and design identities. His firm is constantly redefining several boundaries of design.

HASHIMOTO YUKIO JAPAN

Ranging from private to commercial and hospitality projects, Hashimoto Yukio has a very diverse portfolio. His philosophy focuses on designing ambiences instead of materials, creating timeless but minimalistic interiors, where the finest details shine. Hashimoto has won many prizes, including the JCD Award (Excellence Prize) and the IIDA Award for Excellence.

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KOICHI FUTATSUMATA JAPAN Koichi Futatsumata set up his design unit “Case-Real”, starting an incredible professional career as an interior designer. Thanks to his amazing design solutions, Futatsumata has exhibited his work at various exhibitions both domestically and internationally. In 2013, Futatsumata set up “Koichi Futatsumata Studio”, where he developed his product design practice further.

NENDO JAPAN

Born in 1977 in Toronto, Canada, Oki Sato studied architecture at Waseda University in Tokyo. He obtained his Master’s degree in 2002 and in the same year, he opened Tokyo based-design studio, called Nendo studio (located in Tokyo and Milan). The philosophy of Sato is reflected in his designs, most notably being known for adding a touch of humour and conviviality to his projects.


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STEVE LEACH JAPAN

Steve Leach Group has created award-winning projects in interior, architectural and sustainable designs, that provide a fresh approach to each challenge. They have been distinguished with several design awards throughout the years, such as the Top 10 2017 Architects in Thailand, the Excellence Award For Hotel Category in 2016 among many others.

TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA JAPAN

Born in 1967, the renowned designer worked under Shiro Kuramata and Issey Miyake, and established his own studio, Tokujin Yoshioka Inc. in 2000. Active in the fields of design, architecture and contemporary art, Tokujin Yoshioka is highly acclaimed globally with works themed around Nature, which also reflects the Japanese idea of beauty.

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH PATRICIA URQUIOLA

S

panish by birth but Italian by choice, Patricia Urquiola was born

Patricia Urquiola’s work has been exhibited in major art and design

in Oviedo, Spain and studied architecture in Madrid before graduating

museums, but the designer says that, even though it is a great

from the Milan Politecnico in 1989. She is one of the most coveted

honour to be displayed in a museum, her real museums are the

interior designers in the world, with her work revolving around rigour

client’s houses. “We are related to normal life, we are related to the

and emotion, innovation and mental comfort. CovetED had the

idea of production”, she says. But she also has the consciousness that

opportunity to sit down with the designer during the latest edition

designers must become more sustainable.

of Salone del Mobile. After finishing her studies in Milan, Urquiola had the privilege of being mentored by the great masters of Italian industrial design, Achille Castiglioni and Vico Magistretti, from whom she learned crucial life lessons. Even though they were two very different people, both were essential in the way they were living and doing, according to the designer. It was from Magistretti that the designer learned that “you always divide your work with others, with the company, with the artisans and the industrials”, whilst Castiglioni taught her that the fundamental element of a project is its concept. “That’s in your hand and you have to drive it until the end”, said Urquiola.


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“We have to think about not only the way the we buy things, but the way we eat and dress, the way we breathe, the way we do and move. There’s a lot of homework to do. I think there’s a very strong chance of paradigm, we have to work with our sons and grandsons to change.” The designer had the amazing honour of receiving several international awards, including medals given by the Spanish Government and Monarchy, however, Urquiola expresses that the real honours of her career are the bad moments, because that’s what makes her grow as a professional.

“People ask me if I feel more Spanish or Italian after over than 30 years here, but I think that I am 100% Spanish and 100% Italian, and in the end there’s just one.”

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH ROSSANA ORLANDI

R

ossana Orlandi is a household name in the worlds of fashion

design”, because every talent is well accepted and welcome to join our

and design. Since its opening in 2002, the Galleria Rossana Orlandi

family.” Rossana was inspired to create the ‘Guiltless Plastic’ project

has become a must-see spot in Milan for all design lovers, being

after seeing a presentation about recycling plastic. The gallery started

considered one the best platforms for avant-garde design. During this

to build a collection of beautiful pieces and decided to translate this

edition of Milan Design Week, all eyes were on the gallery thanks to

disaster into design.

the ‘Ro Plastic Prize’ and the ‘Guiltless Plastic’ project, both raising awareness to sustainability. CovetED had the pleasure of catching up with Rossana Orlandi at her gallery to learn more about these incredible initiatives. After working in the fashion world for over 20 years, Rossana Orlandi took the risk of changing her path and started a career in design. When she decided to open her gallery in 2002, she was just “buying stupid things” to fill up the space. But it all changed when she discovered Sebastian Wrong, the designer of ‘Spun Light’, produced by Flos. The gallery’s first installation had an enormous success thanks to the support of friends, design magazines and schools. “It has been super exciting since the beginning, because designers started welcoming me with an enormous passion”, says Rossana. “I call my space “the all

“I think we absolutely have to reuse and think of other ways to deal with plastic”, stated Rossana. During Milan Design Week 2019, the main attraction of the gallery was the ‘Ro Plastic Prize’, created by Rossana to inspire the design community. The prize collected over 300 applications from 50 different countries, despite its short application period. Its focus was to raise awareness about plastic reduction since, according to Rossana, “plastic is misused and abused”. This is just one more step towards Rossana’s dream of a world of conscious design.


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“The prize raises awareness to reduce, reuse and recycle. This is a strong message that everyone needs to follow, because we are unaware of how to reuse and reduce, and how to manage plastic.”

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH PIERO LISSONI

In 1986, Italian designer and architect Piero Lissoni established himself as a household name in the industry by founding his studio, Lissoni Associati, along with Nicoletta Canesi. His studio focuses on architecture, interior and product design, with an extensive list of hospitality projects. CovetED had the pleasure of sitting down with the designer during Salone del Mobile 2019, at Knoll’s stand, to learn more about the designer’s relationship with the incredible brand. Lissoni is a very versatile professional, with his portfolio stretching across architecture, furniture, interiors and even graphic design. According to the designer, “it’s a tradition in Milan to be versatile”. This is also a result of his education at the Politecnico di Milano, where he was taught to take on everything. The designer has a very simplistic approach to his career, living day by day. Always eager of the discovery of something new, Lissoni doesn’t disclose any new expectations for the future. “I never expect to do something. I’m very lucky but I also work a lot. You need to be a worker, that’s the secret. And you need a bit of luck”, he says.


EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW // During his creative process, the designer prefers to be completely inside of it, meaning it is a long discussion with a team of workers, that sometimes takes years to complete. Regarding his collaboration with Knoll, they have been working together for over 15 years, so it has become some kind of “love affair”, as the designer described it. Lissoni has been in love with the company since the beginning, so it has remained a positive and thriving relationship.

“For me, it is impossible to do anything if I don’t like the people. I need people, I don’t need a name or a brand. It’s all about the people.”

When it comes to the future of craftsmanship, the designer states that it will be a combination of incredible craftsmen and amazing technology, considering that’s the secret of the Italian life of design. Lissoni thinks that the fundamental thing for the designers of tomorrow is the respect of traditions and their cultures, adding that they must know their history in order to improve it.

“You need to offer a long life to your products because that’s the best way of saving resources. We need to be more responsible, purer and cleaner.”

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7 LUXURY DAYS IN PORTUGAL Land of arts and unmeasured beauty, Portugal is the go-to place if you’re planning on taking some relaxed vacations. Keep reading to see how you can discover it all in seven days.


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Lisbon Lisbon airport is close to the heart of the city and the best way to arrive at the capital. You can fly with TAP in first class or with any other airline company like British Airlines or Emirates. The best way to fly comfortably around Portugal is by jet. Blue Heaven Portugal is an amazing option, it offers jets, private jets, helicopters, yachts and luxurious limousine rides throughout the country. Lisbon is the perfect destination for a weekend getaway: it’s a city with cultural diversity, passion and that will certainly conquer your heart with the most perfect mix between the old-fashioned and modern daily life. Nowadays, Lisbon is at the same level as other great European capitals, like London or Paris. There’s plenty of history on every street. Manueline art, tiles and fado are unique expressions and genuine symbols of Portuguese culture but also a contribution to World Heritage. There are 24 classifications by UNESCO in Portugal, including monuments, landscapes and intangible heritage. Lisbon is the land of arts. In Lisbon, you can find ceramics, the typical Portuguese azulejo and even Murano glass in the Emmanuel Babled showroom, located in the heart of the Portuguese capital. To enjoy Lisbon to the fullest you just need two good days. It’s enough to get to know the heart of the city, the São Jorge Castle and the traditional neighbourhoods of Alfama and Bairro Alto. The best drinks are at Cais do Sodré and we can’t forget about the food: Belém is the house of Pastéis de Belém and, for that reason only, a mandatory visit when in Lisbon. The Four Seasons Hotel Ritz is the perfect place to stay. Located in the heart of Lisbon, this amazing hotel wears the cultural heart and soul of Portugal on its sleeve. The Memmo Principe Real Hotel, a fivestar hotel, is also a great option. This last one is a boutique hotel just

food. As for Loco, it’s an organic project that values the national

outside Chiado with one of the best views of the city.

products and nature itself. It is inspired by the tradition, with

Eat at Alma, Eleven or Loco if you want to taste the best Portuguese

references to the national cuisine.

flavours. These are some of the best Michelin starred options for

Before you go South, and if you’re interested in the history of

what will be the best meals you will have. Alma Restaurant is signed

glassmaking industry in Portugal, then you should stop by Marinha

by Henrique Sá Pessoa and is a fine-dining restaurant with signature

Grande, that is just 2 hours away from Lisbon. There you can find

cuisine served in a sophisticated ambiance. Eleven is a unique

the Glass Museum that gathers collections to testify the Portuguese

restaurant that is considered one of the top addresses for gourmet

industrial, artisanal and artistic activity, from the middle of the 17th

cuisine in Lisbon, offering a concept of sophisticated Mediterranean

and 18th centuries until modern times.

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Comporta After learning more on the history of glass, we highly recommend you to make your way down to Alentejo through the Vicentina Coast. We can assure you that it will be one of the best car trips you’ll ever take. Stop at Comporta and understand why is it called “the Hamptons of Portugal”. Comporta is a dream come true. Sometimes compared to SaintTropez and now called “the Hamptons of Portugal”, Comporta is a relaxed and artistic community. It’s the chosen destination of Christian Louboutin, Jacques Grange, Farida Khelfa, the Espírito Santo family, François Dumas and Madonna. You can read about Comporta in one of the most beautiful side table books ever made from Assouline, ‘Comporta Bliss’. Stop by the Carvalhal beach and rest at the amazing Sublime Comporta, a hotel nestled on a stunning 17-acre estate, surrounded by undulating umbrella pines and cork trees, wild sand dunes, stunning rice fields and white-sand beaches. Also, don’t forget to stop by Louboutin’s favourite restaurant, O Dinis Restaurante dos Pescadores. Just outside Comporta, exactly 30 minutes away, is Melides. The home of Christian Louboutin during the Summer and its go-to place for inspiration, you too should stop by and get inspired by the region’s coastline. After a more relaxed visit to Setúbal, drive around Alentejo and discover the home of the famous Arraiolos Portuguese rugs (carpets embroidered with wool on canvas of jute or cotton, traditional of the village of Arraiolos, in Évora). Traditional and bourgeois, Évora is home for one of the best restaurants in the Alentejo, Fialho. Take a walk in the city and discover the Evoramonte Castle, built in the 14th century, the Chapel of Bones at São Francisco Church, the Roman Temple or the cathedral, which is full of blue and white 16th-century azulejos (tin-glazed tiles).

Algarve Continue the trip to the South and go to the Algarve, an authentic paradise for those who love the sea and the sun. This privileged location has the most wonderful beaches and is perfect for those who love shellfish. Stay at the astonishing Vila Vita Parc, a hotel situated in the beautiful region of Porches. The dramatic, rocky coastline and the clear aquamarine water of the Atlantic Ocean surround the resort’s Moorish-influenced architecture and glorious white sand beach. Vila Vita’s restaurant, Ocean’s, is an amazing option. With two Michelin stars, this amazing restaurant offers spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and the perfect combination of sublime cuisine, impeccable service and an elegant atmosphere. The Vila Joya restaurant, also in the Algarve, is another great option to experience.


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Porto After sunbathing in the amazing Algarve, let’s fly up North to Porto. You can use the Blue Heaven Portugal Jets from Faro to Porto’s airport or fly through TAP on a first-class voyage. Porto is the city that makes tourists happy, being the home of Port Wine and where Christian Haas has his showroom. Once you’re in Porto, feel free to stop by the Lello Bookstore, the famous library that inspired the Harry Potter books, or go to Ribeira and admire the breathtaking views of the Douro river and the infamous coloured houses. The Invicta is full of surprises! Don’t forget to eat at the amazing Michelin starred Antiqvvm, an amazing space with a privileged view and a magistral cuisine. The Invicta city is home for various Portuguese tiles, or azulejos, as they are called in Portugal, originated from traditional and ancient art that has been made popular in both Portugal and Spain. In short, it involves a specific way of hand-painting tin-glazed ceramic tile work in the most varied hues. See this amazing art at the São Bento railway train station, Casa da Música, Ribeira Negra panel and the Porto Cathedral. Once you’re in Porto feel free to stop by the Covet Douro House, the ultimate experience of lived-design specially conceived for all design lovers worldwide. An ancient three floor waterfront mansion in Porto, located in one of the most beautiful landscapes of Europe, Douro, a UNESCO World Heritage site. This is a truly whimsical escape for exclusive clients and partners to be inspired. Immerse yourself in this experience and get ready to fall in love. Sleep with the city of Porto at your feet at the Yeatman Hotel, located

the pike and with the aid of pins and bobbins. The pique is a card,

in the centre of one of the most important European capitals of wine,

usually painted in a saffron colour to facilitate the view from the yard

just a few steps away from the famous wine cellars. The Yeatman de-

where a drawing was made by specialists.

livers a sophisticated wine and gourmet experience. In the morning,

Régua, Pinhão and São João da Pesqueira are the best cities for you

schedule a visit to the Port Wine cellars and fall in love. This wine is

to finish your tour. Douro Valley is Portugal’s answer to Germany’s

a natural and fortified wine, produced exclusively from grapes from

romantic Rhine River Valley. But unlike the Rhine, the Douro was

the Demarcated Region of the Douro, that stretches from the North

never a strategic military location. Rather than castles and stony ram-

of Portugal to the east of the city of Porto. You can also go to Foz and

parts, visitors encounter farms and sleepy villages. The only fortified

sleep and the Villa Foz Hotel and Spa, an amazing hotel designed by

thing here is... the wine. This Douro region, where Port is produced,

the amazing Portuguese interior designer Nini Andrade da Silva.

stretches along the river of the same name.

After Porto, stop by Vila do Conde to see the amazing beaches and

The best way to get to know the Douro Valley is to do it by boat,

the renda de bilros. This amazing Portuguese art is produced through

in a classic Douro river cruise, an amazing and luxurious trip from

the successive crossing or interspersed of textile yarns, executed on

Porto to Pinhão. On the way up, there are many choices of Quintas

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with many wine cellars and houses where Port Wine is produced and where you can taste all the different types. Stop by the Quinta do Seixo Wineries, Quinta do Bomfim, the Internacional Parque Natural do Douro and drive along the national highway 222. You can sleep at the Six Senses Douro Valley, a renovated 19th-century manor house set high on a hill overlooking the vine-covered rolling hills of the Douro Valley and the river below. A spa, a selection of rooms, suites and villas, restaurants, wine library, swimming pools and organic garden are a few of the many features offered. The Wine House Hotel is one of the other options at the valley. For those who are edgier, it’s possible to spend the night in the Wine Barrels, promoted by the Quinta da Pacheca’s team. You can enjoy the views through picnics in the vineyard, bicycle tours that extend to the Abraão Valley, wine tastings, guided tours of the winery or a special meal. Try the amazing food from Quinta Nova Luxury Winery House – Conceitus Winery Restaurant, inspired by the customs and traditions of the Douro region, privileging the local flavours and products of each era. It is the so-called “local food”, which has a strong character of sustainability and preservation of local food resources. The Wine House Restaurant is another great option, integrated into a tourism unit, where the owners of Quinta da Pacheca wines transformed the old warehouses and wineries into a modern and beautiful hotel, with a dining room with a privileged view of the river. Dishes such as cod with broa and octopus rice with fillets are some of the specialities. After all this amazing fun and amazing views, you can go back to Porto with limousines from Blue Heaven Portugal, by car or by train, with the amazing historical train from Régua to Porto, for a trip to the past that you need to take.


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YACHTS WE COVET T H E M O S T I N S P I R I N G S U P E RYAC H T P R O J E C T S I N T H E W O R L D


YACHTS WE COVET //

Just like the Portuguese sailed and ventured into the unknown waters of the New World in the early 15th century, we are cruising for the best inspirations and designers of these recreational vessels. But which projects are so unique and exquisite that pierce through waves with a remarkable elegance across the seven seas? CovetED Magazine has curated a list of the most impressive and inspirational luxurious superyachts projects and designs in the world.

Covet House Yacht Inspirations Covet House offers a curated selection of contemporary design from the world’s top furniture, upholstery, lighting, and accessories brands, also offering unique tools with the clear mission of creating an environment where luxury brands and interior design professionals work together and inspire the world. Already conquering the world of residential and commercial interior designs, the brand is now venturing into deeper waters and exploring new edges of design by creating, advising and inspiring this small yet opulent niche in the interior design market.

Motor Yacht ‘A’ designed by Philippe Starck Blohm + Voss created the 390 ft (119m) luxury motor yacht ‘A’, launched in early 2008 and currently one of the largest motor yachts in the world. It features unique features, from her innovative engineering and design to the three completely ostentatious swimming pools that create currents. Modern and sophisticated design featuring an excellent use of space and wood furnishings, this structural design has many benefits, including waveless cruising. With both the exterior and interior designed by Philippe Starck, it cost around 300 million dollars, being an homage to contemporary design.

Serene designed by Espen Øino Serene can hold up to 24 guests across 15 cabins and fully ensures the luxury yacht experience, boasting a helicopter hangar, two helipads, an internal seawater swimming pool, hot and cold jacuzzi, a submarine garage and cinema. The lavish interiors were designed by Reymond Langton Design, a talented design team that has produced countless impeccable yacht designs. The imposing black exterior was designed by Espen Øino, an award winner naval architect studio based in Monaco. Serene is an absolute inspiration for its internal and external designs, providing a sense of opulence and extravagance in every square inch.

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A+ / Topaz designed by Tim Heywood The 482 ft (147m) long vessel, costing an estimated 400 million dollars, was built by the renowned German shipbuilding company Lürssen and was designed by the multi-award winner yacht designer Tim Heywood. This water superstructure is designed to accommodate up to 62 guests, featuring a steel displacement hull, an aluminum superstructure and eight decks. Launched in 2012, it’s interior design was created by Terence Disdale Design, a studio based in the UK. The details of its interior have not been disclosed, but it is known that Disdale’s inspiration was a beach house-style decor. The eight decks are connected by a lift that provides access to the helicopter and swimming platforms, a gym, swimming pool, two jacuzzis, a conference room, movie theatre and two helipads.

Solandge by Espen Øino The 482 ft (147m) long vessel, costing an estimated 400 million dollars, was built by the renowned German shipbuilding company Lürssen and was designed by the multi-award winner yacht designer Tim Heywood. This water superstructure is designed to accommodate up to 62 guests, featuring a steel displacement hull, an aluminum superstructure and eight decks. Launched in 2012, it’s interior design was created by Terence Disdale Design, a studio based in the UK.


YACHTS WE COVET // The details of its interior have not been disclosed, but it is known that Disdale’s inspiration was a beach house-style decor. The eight decks are connected by a lift that provides access to the helicopter and swimming platforms, a gym, swimming pool, two jacuzzis, a conference room, movie theatre and two helipads.

The History Supreme designed by Stuart Hughes As the world’s most unique yacht and probably one of the most expensive (valued at 3 billion dollars), Stuart Hughes, a UK-based designer, sold this gem to an anonymous leading Malaysian businessman. The 100 ft (30m) may be small compared to the other yacht on this list, but it’s incredibly huge in value with all its jewels, platinum, and gold. The yacht is covered in around 100 000 kg of gold and platinum, added to convey uniqueness to the project. All features including the deck, dining area, rails, anchor are made from precious metals too and the base of the vessel is also wrapped in gold.

Unique Circle designed by Zaha Hadid Blohm + Voss collaborated with one of the most remarkable architect studios in the entire world: Zaha Hadid. This contemporary take on superyacht concepts delivered a prototype for a 420 ft (128m) yacht. The design inspiration is taken from fluid dynamics and underwater ecosystems, with hydrodynamic research shaping the design of the hull. The exoskeleton connects the various levels and decks of the ship seamlessly through expressive diagonals. The clean white contemporary interiors were also inspired by the ocean’s fluid form. It’s still unknown if and when the Zaha Hadid-designed superyachts will be built, but it’s still a unique project that addresses the practical challenges of designing a yacht while remaining true to the strong unique design language of the master prototype.

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HOW TO BRING THE MET GALA 2019 CAMP AESTHETIC INTO YOUR HOME DECOR DESIGNERS & INTERIORS DESIGNERS

The theme of the Met Gala’s 2019 Costume Exhibition was “Camp: Notes on Fashion”. Since we are not talking about sleeping bags and tents, what does camp truly mean when it comes to aesthetic? Inspired by Susan Sontag’s 1964 essay that defines camp as “love of the unnatural: of artifice and exaggeration.”, camp aesthetic can be humorous, ironic, or simply extreme in its nature. Now the challenge is how to bring the Met Gala 2019 Camp aesthetic into your home decor like a pro.


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KOKET Koket is worldwide brand highly esteemed for their love for haute craftsmanship and the finest materials that you can recall in every single piece. KOKET is a highly edited curation of décor and content that transcend the boundaries of the ordinary with the unique will to seduce and entice with dramatic, luscious, exquisite and decadent design.

CAMPANA BROTHERS Campana Brothers’ work features the idea of transformation and reinvention by giving preciousness to poor, day-to-day or common materials. But they don’t do it only with creativity. Campana Brothers are so distinct because they bring to life Brazilian characteristics such as the colours, the mixtures, the creative chaos and the triumph of simple solutions.

STUDIO JOB

DAVID COLLINS STUDIO David Collins Studio is the award-winning interior architecture practice that realises creative and inspirational hospitality, residential and retail projects. His legacy, in hotels, restaurants, retail and residential houses, feature a combination of aesthetics, rationale and attention to details that set the tone and keep their elegance and sophistication. The reinvention of the past and the deeply-textured interiors are also part of David Collins’ legacy.

Born with a renaissance spirit, Studio Job joins traditional and modern techniques to produce once-in-a-lifetime objects. There is a combination between expression and experimentation, classic and contemporary design and highlyvisual and sculptural art.

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ATELIER VAN LIESHOUT Atelier Van Lieshout exists in Van Lieshout’s practice as a methodology towards undermining the myth of the artistic genius. Over the past three decades, Van Lieshout is worldwide recognized for a multidisciplinary practice that produces works on the borders between art, design, and architecture. By analyzing the thin line between craftsmanship and mass-producing functional objects, he seeks to find the boundaries between fantasy and function, between fertility and destruction. With this signature, he has definitely gained a strong international reputation.

NACHO CARBONELL Nacho Carbonell is known for his tactile approach to sculpture, playing with texture, experimental techniques and natural materials. His approach is unique and sees objects as ‘living organisms’ that come alive and surprise you with their behaviour. Carbonell needs to create a relationship with his work, that’s why he creates objects with his hands: to imprint something from his own personality. He describes his pieces as “communicative objects that arouse one’s feelings and imagination... that allows you to escape everyday life.” Carbonell’s designs are made using locally-sourced materials he finds near his studio in Eindhoven.

VON PELT ATELIER Von Pelt Atelier is a group of designers and creative minds from different areas that came together with one single quest for originality, innovation and quality. Their style is a strong narrative and the historical and cultural references are glazed with a layer of wit. Von Pelt Atelier produces unique and bespoke ceramics, rugs, furniture, lights, installations accessories and art projects.

MAARTEN BAAS Esteemed as one of the most influential Dutch designers of the beginning of the 21st century, Maarten Baas is known as an “author designer”. His work is rebellious, playful, intellectual, theatrical and artistic, reling on the boundaries between art and design, and varies from conceptual designs, limited editions, production design, installations, public space, architecture, interior design, theater design and performances.


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BOCA DO LOBO The furniture with Boca do Lobo’s signature is not only a single piece of decoration. It is the opportunity to have an exclusive emotional experience decorating your home. Boca do Lobo’s pieces are based on the most talented craftsmanship and on the will to provide highly exclusive design. It’s all about distinct timeless pieces with a very sophisticated character.

KELLY WEARSTLER Kelly Wearstler is a very well known and highly esteemed American designer all over the world. She creates multifaceted, experiential residential, hospitality, commercial and retail environments as well as expansive collections of lifestyle product designs. Her signature represents provocative and expressive narratives that she imprints into every single work she produces. A multi-layered, stimulating sensory experience is at the center of Wearstler’s design approach, which are always present with the exploration of materiality, colour, forms and an intuitive juxtaposition of contemporary and vintage, architectural and organic, graphic and instinctual.

MATTIA BONETTI Mattia Bonetti is a Paris-based artist and designer known for a whimsical, surreal and unique work. It all begins with a freehand sketch that becomes a reality with materials like patinated bronze, gilding, acrylic, wood, rock crystal, marble, glass and gemstones.

VINCENZO DE COTIIS Vincenzo De Cotiis is an architect and artist known for a profound contemporary sensibility. His works are highly-collectible unique pieces with the reflection of the beauty of the patina generated by time. They are also the result of a constant intellectual and artistic layering, fueled by a precise artisan lymph. Aesthetically-infused with “perfect imperfection” is obtained by initial decomposition followed by recomposition, passing through the use of new Backyardand oasis in Napa Valley, potential, California thus generating works materials their expressive that recall nature in the abstract. COVETED MAGAZINE PAGE 107.


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Curated by Andrew Bolton, the Head Curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute, this year’s Met Gala exhibition explores the impact of Camp on fashion, taking inspiration from Susan Sontag’s 1964 essay “Notes on ‘Camp.’”. The exhibition opened to the public on May 9, 2019 and runs until September 8, 2019.

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TRENDBOOK // WHAT IS CAMP?

Though Susan Sontag took camp mainstream in her essay, the concept originally stems from queer culture and dates back to the 17th century. Still, the art of camp remains hard to define to this day. Extravagant. Flamboyant. Subversive. Kitschy are some of the adjectives used to describe camp fashion. In the essay, Sontag defines camp as a “love of the unnatural: of artifice and exaggeration.” “The whole point of Camp is to dethrone the serious. Camp is playful, antiserious” she explained.

For Andrew Bolton, chief curator for the Costume Institute, just asking the question “What is camp?” is the point. Although usually associated with LGBT culture, the word camp describes anything that is intentionally ostentatious or excessively effeminate. “This exhibition might raise more questions than it answers: ‘Is camp gay?’, ‘Is camp political?’ and, ultimately, ‘What is camp?’,” reads a statement from The Met. “We’re experiencing a resurgence of camp not only in fashion, but in culture in general” Andrew Bolton says “Camp tends to come during times of cultural instability.” “Camp’s disruptive nature and subversion of modern aesthetic values has often been trivialized, but this exhibition reveals that it has had a profound influence on both high art and popular culture,” said Max Hollein, Director of The Met. Camp is also pretty subjective. What one person interprets as camp might not translate that way to someone else. The scholar Fabio Cleto says that ‘Camp is a question mark that won’t let its line be straightened up into an exclamation mark.’ I want people to leave thinking, ‘What is camp?’ That is the power and the poetry behind camp, constantly trying to define it.”

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THE EXHIBITION

The exhibition features colourful spaces, all in vivid shades of pink, blue and yellow. Glass windows display objects from The Met’s collection and features approximately 250 objects, including womenswear and menswear, as well as sculptures, paintings and drawings dating from the 17th century to the present.

There are two distinct parts of the “Camp: Notes on Fashion” exhibit. The first, focuses on the origins of camp from the 19th and early 20th centuries. The second shows how elements of camp -- including humour, irony and parody -- have been expressed in fashion. Pieces from designers like Balenciaga, Jean Paul Gaultier and Jeremy Scott are on display, along with notable red carpet looks like Cardi B’s oyster 2019 Grammy dress and Bjork’s swan dress she wore to the 2001 Academy Awards. “Camp: Notes on Fashion” exhibit is an exploration of how over-the-top fashion has been used as both a form of expression and escapism throughout history. It is both a way of seeing the world as an aesthetic phenomenon and a quality present in objects, people, buildings, clothes, furniture and cultural products such as movies, pop songs and novels. In the latter case, they are works that value style over content.

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Photography is by Zach Hilty courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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HOTEL GRAND HYATT BERLIN BERLIN, GERMANY

At Grand Hyatt Berlin, exceptional contemporary art and modern design meet in the heart of the German capital. Located near the famous Potsdamer Platz, you will find the most iconic places and cultural highlights within walking distance. The Berlin Philharmonic Hall, the Brandenburg Gate, as well as numerous cinemas and shopping malls, are reachable in just a few minutes’ walk. The hotel features impressive design elements, with 321 elegant rooms and 21 luxurious suites planned by architect Tony Chi, equipped with the latest amenities, impressive marble bathrooms and spacious living and working areas.

Turn your stay into an unforgettable memory and conclude your day with a visit to the impressive spa with rooftop terrace where you can enjoy breathtaking views over Berlin. The Club Olympus Spa & Fitness offers an indoor pool, a whirlpool, a sauna, a steam bath, a fitness center and a diverse selection of cosmetic treatments and massages.


With over 1.300 sqm of meeting space and nine meeting rooms with natural daylight, the hotel provides impressive options for small meetings, large conferences or gala events with up to 850 guests. The event experts perfectly set the stage according to your wishes and needs, whether in the hotel or with Hyatt Catering in Berlin’s diverse and stunning outside locations for events with up to 2500 persons. In addition, Grand Hyatt Berlin has two restaurants and two bars on-site. The dining experiences are as multicultural as the capital itself: Vox serves regional dishes with an Asian influence, as well as authentic sushi and partly dispenses with refined sugar. Vox Bar stands for an exceptional selection of more than 150 whiskies. Tizian Restaurant offers Italian cuisine in a cozy atmosphere, while the urban bar Jamboree invites you to enjoy seductive cocktails and snacks in a relaxed living room ambience in the style of the 80s. Address: Marlene-Dietrich-Platz 2, 10785 Berlin, Germany Website: www.hyatt.com

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CONRAD TOKYO TOKYO, JAPAN

Considered one of the most luxurious hotels in the Japanese capital, Conrad Tokyo is located in the heart of the Shimbashi business district, surrounded by skyscrapers but overlooking the soothing Tokyo Bay and the ancient Hamarikyu Gardens. Once you enter the hotel’s lobby, you are greeted by an exquisitely abstract painting by art legend Toko Shinoda. Contemporary art and design are scattered throughout the hotel, which is decorated with bold sculptures and paintings created by 23 Japanese artists. All of the 291 guestrooms, four restaurants and lounge area are designed with a beautiful interpretation of Japanese minimalism, creating a contemporary yet comfortable atmosphere. The guest rooms are located on the top eight floors of the jaw-dropping 37-storey skyscraper. They are spacious and modern, featuring a clean and neutral colour palette, along with wood and white accents. The walls contain notes of traditional Japan, such as sumi-e-style cherry blossom motifs, small birds on the panels above the bed or lantern-inspired lighting. All bedrooms have incredible views overlooking the city, thanks to their floor-to-ceiling windows. The Conrad Tokyo has four restaurants where you can indulge in exquisite Japanese, international and Asian-inspired cuisine. On the 28th floor is the Collage restaurant, offering a Japanese interpretation of modern French cooking. Next door is China Blue, where chef Albert Tse serves avant-garde Cantonese cuisine. Nearby is the minimalistic Kazahana, where staff dressed in traditional kimonos present outstanding Japanese banquets. Lastly, Cerise is your best choice for lighter meals throughout the day. Don’t forget to enjoy an amazing drink, along with amazing views, at the


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Executive Lounge on the 37th floor. With impeccable service, artful interiors and excellent location, Conrad Tokyo proved to be a completely unforgettable stay. If you’re looking for the ultimate luxury experience in Tokyo, Conrad is definitely the place to go. Address: 1 Chome-9-1 Higashishinbashi, Minato City, Tokyo 105-7337, Japan Website: conradhotels3.hilton.com/en/hotels/japan/conrad-tokyo-TYOCICI/

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HOTEL ZOO BERLIN BERLIN, GERMANY

The Hotel Zoo Berlin, once the pride of Berlin’s Kurfürstendamm, has risen again in a renovated glory and splendor. If you are planning a visit to this magnificent city, this luxurious, historic hotel is definitely the best choice for you. The hotel is located in a bustling promenade, in Berlin’s City West. The fresh face of the hotel results from the work of rewarded American designer Dayna Lee, from Powerstrip Studios. They have been rewarded for their incredible work in design and have been involved in major projects all over the world. Since details make all the difference in an interior design project like Hotel Zoo Berlin, the goal was to preserve the building’s old elements, leaving the hotel’s old charm untouched. The result was an already magnificent hotel that now has a special townhouse feeling, in which the tradition of Berlin lives, whilst carrying a mix of New York and London elegance within itself. This 1889 building has stoically survived WWII bombings. Its rebirth brings the guests magnificently restored high ceilings and the original brick and steel work revealed, yet its past glamour was never lost and was perfectly imbedded in a strong sense of modernit.


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The 141 spacious rooms and suites have an eccentric fairy-tale fantasy within, featuring bespoke furnishings and bold Berliner spirit. Contemporary and classic elements are mixed together in a luxurious harmony while elements like plush, heavy curtains, beautiful carpets, George Smith sofas and sizeable platform beds create a glamorous feel worthy of 1920s Berlin. The indoor common areas include a comfortable living room with a doublesided fireplace, flickering both inside and onto the open-air winter garden, that invites the guests to linger. For a moment of gluttony, you won’t regret a visit to the glamourous Grace Restaurant, where you will find the most delicious dishes from chef Martin Bruhn. On the rooftop, you will find the perfect place for summer nights’ lovers where you can drink a cocktail while enjoying the most beautiful view over southwest Berlin. Address: Kurfürstendamm 25, 10719 Berlin, Germany Website: www.hotelzoo.de


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GRAND SALON

NEW YORK CITY, USA Placed inside the Baccarat Hotel, the Grand Salon is one of the most

with distinctive natural-wood walls that define much of the space.

luxurious dining experiences New York has to offer. The restaurant

The decor was at the hands of Paris-based designers Gilles & Boissier,

earned its name thanks to the neutral colour palette, the silk-covered

whose extensive contract experience and lavish attention to detail

walls and detailed flooring. But the truly showstopping piece is the

was the perfect match for Baccarat. The duo created the perfect

64-arm Baccarat chandelier, located at the centre of the Salon.

ambiance for a fine-dining experience, with opulent silk and plush

The Grand Salon caters to every meal, from a deluxe breakfast to an

upholstery scattered throughout the 22-foot-high salon. In Baccarat’s

exquisite dinner that stretches late into the evening, but the ultimate

true fashion, the Grand Salon counts with numerous pieces made

luxury experience is the Afternoon Tea in partnership with Mariage

with Baccarat crystal, including the outstanding 64-arm Baccarat

Frères. Here, you can taste exclusive blends brewed by the Salon’s

chandelier. The Grand Salon is the perfect place to indulge during your

tea sommelier that are perfectly paired with canapés and petit fours.

New York stay, be it at breakfast, high tea or dinner. The cuisine and

For dinner, prepare yourself to be wowed by the culinary skills of

the decor are the best combination for the ultimate luxury experience.

two Michelin-starred Chef Gabriel Kreuther, that brings the best of Alsatian-inspired cuisine to New York. This combination of French and German flavours will certainly blow you away. If you’re looking for a relaxing time, try The Bar, right next to the Grand Salon, whose cocktails are the perfect accompaniment to the Chef’s dishes. The space’s display is inspired by the great American long bars of the past, the glamorous French ballrooms and the royal stables at Versailles,

Address: 28 W 53rd St floor 2, New York, NY 10019, USA Website: www.baccarathotels.com/dining/grand-salon


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UNKAI, INTERCONTINENTAL TOKYO, JAPAN


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Located in one of Japan’s most luxurious hotels, the InterContinental Tokyo, in the heart of the Akasaka district, Unkai Japanese Restaurant provides the ultimate gourmet experience. With an amazing view overlooking a traditional Japanese garden and pond that change throughout the seasons, Unkai showcases seasonal specialties and the absolute essence of Japanese cuisine. Lead by chef Takeshi Yohiyasu, who is devoted to the discovery of new ways of presenting Japanese Kaiseki (a traditional banquet) intertwines his signature dishes with the stories he recalls from his ancient roots. At Unkai, his goal is to make everyone experience the blend of old and new culinary arts. The restaurant offers its diners an assortment of traditional Japanese cooking, including seasonal sushi and sashimi, miso soup, tempura or the exquisite Japanese Ohmi beef. And, of course, the famous multiplecourse Kaiseki degustation meal, that is served by traditionally dressed kimono staff in the private dining rooms. For the ultimate luxury experience, Unkai provides the private Tatami dining rooms, that feature traditional Tatami flooring, offering a truly unique dining event. All private rooms look out onto the garden and provide an exclusive ambiance for family gatherings, business meetings or catching up with friends. For over 30 years, InterContinental Tokyo has been a hospitality leader in the Japanese capital, welcoming guests to its 844 rooms, 12 restaurants and bars and 22 event spaces. Unkai Japanese Restaurant also has a 32-year history that goes back to the establishment of the hotel, formerly known as ANA Hotel Tokyo, in 1986. Recently, the hotel won the Luxury City Hotel/Japan prize in the World Luxury Hotel Awards 2018, while Unkai became the Global Winner of Japanese Cuisine for the second consecutive year, as well as the East Asian Regional Winner in the Luxury Hotel Restaurant category. Address: 1-12-33, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052, Japan Website: anaintercontinental-tokyo.jp/

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JUNGSIK

NEW YORK CITY, USA

Jungsik is a restaurant that can be best described as a perfect example

colours in many of their decoration elements gives Jungsik a timeless

of what happens when the quality of the Korean cuisine arrives in

charm that is very associated with the Korean style, only with a more

the heart of New York city. The idea was brought in by chef and

contemporary touch to it. All in all, it’s a very good example of a

proprietor of the restaurant Jung Sik Yim, who decided to open a

minimalistic decoration fitting a modern Asian style.

restaurant in New York in 2011 after the success of the establishment

Jungsik is a good example of a restaurant that definitely managed to

back in Seoul. The original establishment had the goal of presenting

change the point of view of people regarding Korean food, both for

to Koreans a whole new modern take on their traditional gastronomy

Koreans and now for New Yorkers. It’s a wonderful experience in

and that was the very same concept with which Jungsik came to the

gastronomical and presentation experiences, that comes to show that

USA. This second establishment is located at Harrington Street and

any type of tradition or culture can easily adapt to a modern scenario.

it presents New Yorkers and any visitors who happen to wander in a new twist on Korean cuisine. Inside, you will be introduced to a

Address: 2 Harrison St, New York, NY 10013

whole new set of amazing dishes which feature incredible ingredients

Website: jungsik.com/

such as black cod, caviar, duck and scallops. All of these unique Asian culinary wonders are displayed flawlessly on the white plates, sometimes with some artful and playful touches added to them. When it comes to the decor of the restaurant, Jungsik has a minimalistic yet effective presentation that you can experience entirely, regardless if you pick a Group Dining Option or opt to experience their Private Dining Room. The use of wood and warm


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GINZA ONODERA LONDON, UK

Chef Saito Ginza Onodera seems to be the perfect place to have your first

and delicious wasabi sauce. Overall, the dining experience at Ginza

Japanese cuisine experience. “Ginza Onodera offers an authentic and

Onodera was unique. The food was traditional Japanese with a

exclusive Japanese dining experience right in the heart of St James’s,

modern twist and was of the highest quality. The sleek, modern decor

London.” This is the expression you’ll find at the restaurant’s website

complemented the traditional but contemporary menu perfectly and

that better describes the concept. But we have more to say.

the staff was attentive and efficient. The atmosphere was relaxed and peaceful and is the perfect ambiance needed after the stresses and

After stepping into a stylish bar with industrial coolers displaying

strains of the day.

the wines and sake, we headed downstairs where the dining area is located. The design is modern and sleek, with marble counters, slate

Address: 15 Bury St, St. James’s, London SW1Y 6AL, United Kingdom

walls, low-hanging lamps and an uncanny spectacularism.

Website: www.ginzaonodera.uk/

We had six different kinds of dishes that felt like heaven. Between sashimi, prawn and assorted vegetable tempura, Wagyu beef and some other plates, we are not able to choose a favourite one. But we certainly have to highlight the Wagyu beef, that was perfectly buttery and tender, served with a selection of sauces and pickled vegetables


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The Yeatman Hotel Website: www.the-yeatman-hotel.com Address: Rua do Choupelo, 4400-088 Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal

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Top Drawer London Website: www.topdrawer.co.uk/ Address: Olympia Exhibitions Centre, London, UK

Eleven Website: www.restauranteleven.com Address: Rua Marquês de Fronteira, Jardim Amália Rodrigues 1070 Lisbon, Portugal Essential Home Website: www.essentialhome.eu Address: Rua Particular de Regueirais, nº33, 4435-379 Rio Tinto, Porto, Portugal Estação de São Bento | São Bento Station Address: Praça Almeida Garrett, 4000-069 Porto, Portugal

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Ocean Restaurant Website: www.vilavitaparc.com/pt/restaurantes-e-bares/ ocean-restaurant Address: R. Anneliese Pohl, 8400-450 Porches, Algarve, Portugal

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