A beautiful and diligent aesthetic. These are the best words to describe Beata Heuman‘s work – comfortable rooms with playful, considered details can bring your attention to the current moment you are in and provide a stimulating backdrop to your everyday life.
In all her projects and products, she seeks to stir a feeling and evoke a mood. The desire to create something original and characterful emerges. A home should be a reflection of its inhabitants – the places they’ve traveled to and the objects and ideas that have inspired them. Throughout, Beata Heuman’s approach remains personal, intuitive and considered. Heuman worked for Nicky Haslam for nine years before setting up the studio 2013.
A very comfortable and characterful fauteuil finished with the signature lion paw feet for a touch of the surreal. The curve of the Lion Chair‘s arms provide the perfect place to rest your hand when holding a cocktail. The piece was developed in collaboration with renowned furniture makers David Seyfried Ltd and inspired by the aesthetics of the Egyptian Revival movement.
A simple, modern, yet characterful armchair with an unusual twist in the form of pretty bobbin legs. The chair was created in collaboration with renowned furniture makers David Seyfried Ltd, inspired by the aesthetics of the Egyptian Revival movement.
A characterful stool featuring our signature lion paw feet is the perfect way to add character to your home, restaurant or members’ club. Designed to be a manageable size without compromising on comfort, it works well as a single stool or as part of a group.
Beata Heuman Ltd
Beata Heuman Ltd is known for its playful and original work characterized by a Scandinavian attention to detail and longevity. Each project is carefully curated to offer an authentic sense of the client’s personality, providing an enhancement to their everyday life and a reflection of how they like to live. The studio takes a fully immersive approach – designing all aspects of interior architecture and loose furnishings, ensuring a complete vision is achieved.
Inspiration is drawn from myriad sources, both past and present, which is woven together to create layered, balanced designs with character. Projects also feature a broad range of bespoke pieces, which has, in turn, formed the basis of Heuman’s growing collection of fabrics, wallpapers, lighting, and furniture. The pieces in the collection are produced by small, independent Swedish, British or Italian makers.
Aside from residential work, the studio has designed a number of commercial spaces including three of Farm Girl Cafe’s London outposts, as well as a surreal, Egyptian Revival themed space for the VIP lounge at 2018’s Decorex International and an auction catalogue and set for Christie’s.