The AD100 2023 List is now available, and this article will go over it. Architectural Digest’s AD100 initiative brings together the world’s most innovative interior design, architecture, and decor professionals, studios, and collectives. We have consistently delivered ground-breaking projects with a distinct worldview, and the design industry never sleeps. Every day, we are introduced to new cities, new modes of existence, and new modes of self-expression, and the AD100 list is critical in allowing us to learn more about the world’s most creative experts in design.
10. Studio Mellone
Brazilian interior designer Andre Mellone is based in New York. He was a 20-year veteran of the Cityy’s Design Community before founding Studio Mellone in 2012. He worked for Robert A. M. Stern, Mark Hampton, Greg Jordan, Ferguson$Hamamian, and many others.
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SO-IL, a Brooklyn-based firm founded by husband-and-wife team Florian Idenburg and Jing Liu, has paved the way for a new generation of architects by questioning the status quo in perplexing structures of all kinds.
8. Rita Konig
Rita Konig Ltd. is a London-based interior design firm that works on both commercial and residential projects. Her design philosophy has been centred on her customers since she founded her company at the age of 17, and each home she creates is based on an in-depth understanding of the unique brief.
7. Neal Beckstedt Studio
Neal, who was born and raised in a small Ohio town, founded his name-brand firm in New York City in 2010 after working for more than ten years as an architect and designer in the city. Neal was named one to watch in 2012 by Architectural Digest, in addition to having his debut project appear on the cover of New York Spaces. Collaborations with eyeglass designer Robert Marc and apartments for fashion designer Derek Lam are among the notable projects.
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6. Justina Blakeney
Justina Blakeney has been showcasing her daring and diverse vision of beauty since she began blogging in the late aughts. Blakeney has collaborated with Opalhouse by Target, Loloi Rugs, Valdese Weavers, and Peking Handcraft on collections that infuse homes with a subdued maximalist flair since the release of Jungalow in 2014.
5. JP Demeyer & Co
Jean-Philippe Demeyer, a Belgian designer and artist, finds inspiration in gardens, museums, fashion, and old-world houses. Jean-Philippe Demeyer is well-known for his imaginative, whimsical, and colourful textile creations, which are frequently patchworked together layer by layer. He runs his Bruges-based company with the help of two domestic partners, Frank Ver Elst and Jean-Paul Dewever.
4. Josh Greene
Josh Greene Design was founded by Josh Greene, who has over 18 years of industry experience. Josh has worked for MR Architecture + Décor, Ralph Lauren, Michael Smith, and Sawyer Berson in the past. Every year, he is named to the Elle Décor A-List and Architectural Digest’s Ones-to-Watch list of the best interior design firms.
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Halard grew up in the design industry and went to Paris to study architecture and furniture design. He chose to work with eminent art galleries with offices in Paris because of his interest in both modern and contemporary art. Halard moved to New York from Europe in 2004 to work for some of the city’s top designers and architects before establishing his own design firm, Halard – Halard Design, in 2010.
2. Hadley Wiggins
Hadley Wiggins is an interior and architectural designer with offices in New York City and on Long Island’s North Fork. Her style, which frequently incorporates antiques, demonstrates her belief that authenticity and history are essential components of value and beauty.
1. Alexis Brown
Alexis Brown was born and raised in Washington, DC, and received her master’s degree in interior design from Pratt. She worked for more than ten years in the office of Peter Marino before launching her own firm, specialising in residential projects, in 2017. Alexis Brown attempts to use both fine art and handcrafted, artisanal components in each home to achieve a sophisticated aesthetic.