We at Modern Home Décor continue exploring the AD100 2018 List. If you live in Europe, then this one is for you! Here are the 10 Top European Designers on this famous list. Let’s meet them!
BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) – BIG is a Copenhagen, New York and London based group of architects, designers, urbanists, landscape professionals, interior and product designers, researchers, and inventors. Bjarke Ingels Group’s architecture emerges out of a careful analysis of how contemporary life constantly evolves and changes.
Décoration Jacques Garcia – Jacques Garcia is a French architect, interior designer, and garden designer, best known for his contemporary interiors of Paris hotels and restaurants. The French tastemaker defines the true meaning of luxury and explains why the design has become international.
Dimore Studio – The duo behind the fast-growing Milan-based Dimore Studio roots their work in tradition, even as the atmospheric spaces they create spin entirely unique worlds. Recently, they’ve branched out from under-the-radar residential work to high-profile hospitality projects in Italy and beyond.
Jean-Louis Deniot – Based in Paris, Jean-Louis Deniot is one of the world’s preeminent talent in architecture and interior design. Deniot has an enviable ability to combine periods and styles, mixing inspirations Gallic and otherwise, to create spaces grounded in tradition even as they embrace the modern.
Laplace – Founded in 2004 in Paris by Luis Laplace and Christophe Comoy, Laplace Studio has developed an international clientele sensitive to high-end design and execution. Through good use of space and light, design concept based on local cultures and traditions, selection of materials and color as well as the passion for art and craftsmanship, Laplace combines modern simplicity with great elegance.
Pierre Yovanovitch Architecture d’Intérieur – Extreme luxury tempered by a restrained, purist sensitivity defines the “Made in France” signature of interior designer Pierre Yovanovitch whose projects stand out for their refined sense of architectural scale over ostentation and fickle design trends.
Piet Oudolf – Piet Oudolf is an influential Dutch garden designer, nurseryman, and author. He is a leading figure of the “New Perennial” movement, using bold drifts of herbaceous perennials and grasses which are chosen at least as much for their structure as for their flower color.
Snøhetta – Snøhetta began as a collaborative architectural and landscape workshop and has remained true to its trans-disciplinary way of thinking since its inception. The studio’s work strives to enhance our sense of place, identity and relationship to others and the physical spaces we inhabit, whether feral or human-made.
Studio Peregalli – Reviving the glories of the past is something architect Laura Sartori Rimini and interior designer Roberto Peregalli do exceptionally well. Whether the assignment is a mansion in London or a riad in Tangier, the partners behind the Milan firm Studio Peregalli often start with a rare architectural element, usually discovered at an antiques fair or market, that helps to conjure the essence of long ago.
Studioilse – As founder of Studioilse, together with her multi-disciplinary, London-based team, Ilse Crawford brings her philosophy to life. This means creating environments where humans feel comfortable; public spaces that make people feel at home and homes that are habitable and make sense for the people who live in them.