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The latest edition of Coveted Magazine was launched during this year’s Maison & Objet and with it came an incredible list of 100 top interior designers that are shaking the world right now. Chosen by Boca do Lobo and Coveted Magazine, all the interior designers you can see featured in this appendix are some of the most influential professionals in their fields.
We could run a list of all the hundred of them. Instead, we chose to give you a sneak peek, to make sure you enjoy all the fun once you get your hands on the latest Coveted issue! So, keep scrolling and unveil some of the great names you’ll be seeing featured in Boca do Lobo and Coveted’s “Top 100 Interior Designers”.
IMAGE CREDIT: KELLY WEARSTLER
Kelly Wearstler Studio has grown from boutique interior design firm to global lifestyle brand. Driven by the signature aesthetic and idiosyncratic spirit of its creator and namesake, the Los Angeles-based company boasts a diverse range of modalities, taking an all-encompassing approach to design that includes everything from residential and commercial.
IMAGE CREDIT: CHZON
Chzon is a global design agency founded in 2009 by Dorothee Meilichzon, specializing in hospitality design. The design studio has worked on over thirty projects in Paris, London, Ibiza, Monaco and New York, exploring different fields from interior architecture to the design of furniture and graphic elements. Hotel Paradis in Paris, Compagnie des Vins Bar in New York City and Experimental Beach Restaurant in Ibiza are just some examples of their emblematic projects. Meilichzon’s intentions for her interiors have more to do with ambience than subscribing to styles or trends.
IMAGE CREDIT: YELLOWTRACE
MIM Design is an award-winning Melbourne-based studio, well known for its creativity, high-end finishes and attention to detail. Their main purpose and philosophy is to inspire clients with a finished project that goes beyond the expectations, producing unique and individual design results that not only reflect their clients or their brand but enhances also their lives.
IMAGE CREDIT: THE INVISIBLE COLLECTION | THIERRY LEMAIRE
Initially trained as an architect, Thierry Lemaire soon showed a great interest in decoration and furniture creation. Today he carries projects out all over the world and is dedicated to Holly Hunt and FENDI Casa. We can also find his productions in the new FENDI’s Flagships.
IMAGE CREDIT: PATRICIA URQUIOLA
Patricia Urquiola was mentored by some of the giants of Italian industrial design such as Achille Castiglioni and Vico Magistretti. She learned her craft in Italy and opened a studio in Milan in 2001. Her designs are unconventional, flexible, and experimental, blending humanist sensibilities and technical expertise—qualities that also inform her work as an architect.
IMAGE CREDIT: CHAMPALIMAUD
Champalimaud Design is known for creating some of the most renowned hotels and restaurants in the world. As the company expanded, Alexandra decided to relocate to New York City in 1994 to serve a thriving international client base and changed its name to Champalimaud in 2008. Since its inception, the firm has been privileged to partner with many landmark hotels and residences globally.
Now that you got to know some of the interior designers and projects featured in this very exclusive Coveted Magazine appendix, make sure to grab your copy and let yourself be inspired!
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Kelly Wearstler’s eponymous global luxury lifestyle brand is renowned for its distinctive designs and sophisticated soulful vibe pioneered by the celebrated interior designer. The brand’s breadth of influence spans from residential and commercial interior design to curated collections of furniture, lighting, rugs, fabrics and trims, wall coverings, luxe bedding, fine china, decorative home accessories, jewelry and objets d’art.
With a signature style that juxtaposes raw with refined, melds color, sophistication and spirited spontaneity, and seamlessly blends diverse periods of furniture under one roof, Wearstler has revolutionized the look, feel and meaning of modern American design.
Since its 1995 inception, the Kelly Wearstler Studio has grown from boutique interior design firm to global lifestyle brand. Driven by the signature aesthetic and idiosyncratic spirit of its creator and namesake, the Los Angeles-based company boasts a diverse range of modalities, taking an all-encompassing approach to design that includes everything from residential and commercial interiors to lighting, fabrics, furniture and home accessories and highly-anticipated limited-run gallery editions.
Melange Desk Lamp
This collection features alabaster stone coupled with luxe metals. The organic carved alabaster pieces, set in a prong setting of rich natural bronze, posses a poetic, paired-down luxury of easy refinement. Available in Antique-Burnished Brass, and Bronze with Alabaster.
Esker Envelope Sconce
The Esker Collection is an understated yet powerful series of sconces designed to suit all rooms.
Coquette Table Lamp
A dramatic and architectural take on Kelly’s signature use of mixed metals and geometric forms, this refined and bold lamp juxtaposes organic feminine curves with sleek masculine precision. Its distinctive voice is full of modern sophistication and soul. Available in polished nickel, or antique burnished brass with black shade.
Beton Table Lamp
A modern take on a classic form, the Beton Table Lamp encompasses Kelly’s affinity for free form and striking silhouettes.
Utopia Large Linear Pendant
Calling upon Kelly’s love of nature, this collection features topographic and organic forms inspired by California’s coastal landscape. Her signature carved bronze technique is juxtaposed with glass to evoke sensual drama and raw glamour.
Covet Tall Box Bath Sconce
This collection features alabaster stone coupled with luxe metals. The organic carved alabaster pieces, set in a prong setting of rich natural bronze, posses a poetic, paired-down luxury of easy refinement.
Cleo Orb Base Accent Lamp
A dramatic and architectural take on Kelly’s signature use of mixed metals and geometric forms, this refined and bold lamp juxtaposes organic feminine curves with sleek masculine precision. Its distinctive voice is full of modern sophistication and soul. Available in Bronze and Antique-Burnished Brass with Antique White Shade.
Liaison Triple Tier Chandelier
Featuring Kelly’s signature fractured glass technique, this modernist light fixture channels her love of repetition and spirited, sculptural form. The natural bronze and cast textured glass give these designs a soulful architecture and classic distinction. Available in Antique Burnished Brass, Bronze, and Polished Nickel with Crackle Glass.
Strada Large Oval Pendant
The Strada collection is delicate and ethereal, drawing inspiration from Kelly’s love of bronze and vibrant, organic forms. Each sculptural piece, with a seemingly random array of radiating quills, plays with cast shadow to evoke a soft sophistication. Available in Aged Iron, Gild, and Polished Nickel.
Avant Linear Pendant
Emulating the curves of the California coastline, the Avant Collection adds warmth and luxury to any setting.
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In spring 2011 Wearstler launched her own eponymously named fashion line, Kelly Wearstler. The first collection, for Fall 2011, was four years in the making, incorporating patterns and design aesthetics seen within Wearstler’s interior design work.
Los Angeles–based interior designer Kelly Wearstler’s bold, inventive sensibility has brought enchanting verve to chic hotels, shops and residences throughout the country. We’re totally down with Kelly Wearstler’s eccentric interiors, the designer brings her fiercely glamorous approach—high-octane patterns, gleaming metallic surfaces, and spirited colors.
Kelly has been widely celebrated in the media for her visionary work, brought to life through her fearless use of vibrant color, and unexpected textural juxtapositions. Over the past decade her take on the Hollywood Regency style has spawned legions of imitators, who continue to gravitate to her inspired mix of graphic patterns, luxe textures, and eye-popping hues.
Originally built in 1949, Avalon Beverly Hills underwent its initial renovation in 1999 and merged Kelly Wearstler’s dramatic style with the glamorous nostalgia of mid-century design. For the hotel’s 10-year anniversary, the designer has re-imagined the space, deftly blending its old Hollywood roots with a distinct 1950s vibe.
The 40-acre Viceroy Anguilla marks the first international location for the brand and Kelly Wearstler’s most textural interpretation of Viceroy style to date. The expansive property provides a serene setting for its guests with the designer’s signature mix of organic elements.
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Hailed as one of Miami Beach’s first luxury boutique hotels, the historic Tides South Beach unveiled a fresh face and refined look in Summer 2008 when Kelly Wearstler completed her re-design. The Tides’ new look was inspired by its Art Deco roots and streamlined architecture, but infused with a fresh perspective.
Viceroy Miami, a five-star urban resort and residence project within the city’s acclaimed Icon residential towers. The project brings Kelly Wearstler’s renowned style to one of three luxury residential towers at the condominium complex, developed by The Related Group.
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