Top 10 World-Famous Interior Designers

Architecture and interior are constantly evolving. Interior designers need to be distinctive, creative, and inspiring and have an impeccable eye. Here are the world’s most acclaimed interior designers, the ones who represent the industry, in no particular order.

1) Kelly Wearstler

Kelly Wearstler is an American designer who is a rock star in the world of interior design. She is an interior designer, author, and proprietor of Kelly Hoppen Interiors. The Los Angeles decor created multi-faceted, experiential residential, hospitality, commercial and retail environments as well as expansive collections of lifestyle product designs. She is known as an interior designer, recognized for works in hotel interior, product design and commercial and residential design. 

2) Victoria Hagan Interiors

Victoria Hagan one of the most prestigious top interior designers in the world. Based in New York City, with 25 years of experience providing classic American style interior design and renovation services.

Her design philosophy is distinguished by the refined use of materials, sophisticated colors and crisp silhouettes. By representing “chamber direction” they try to avoid glamor and kitsch in their projects. Specializes in the design of private interiors.

3) Hitchcox & Stack-Yoo

Hitchcox has worked with international developers since 1999. He is designing landmark residential and hotel projects throughout Asia, Australia, Europe, North and South America, and the middle east. They decide to invite famous designer personalities and create a superb team, Giving the rise ‘Yoo studio”. The Yoo studio is a unique design house with a lot of experience in cutting-edge design in over 24 countries.

4) Richard Meier & Partner Architects

Richard Meier was born on 12 October 1934 and currently 86 years old. He is from New Jersey and is also one of the most respected architects in the world. He believes enhance the qualities of light in space. Richard is the winner of the AIA gold medal and citing, Borromini as influences as well as Le Corbusier and Louis Kahn, the architect is well known for his abstracted, often the white, buildings and unrelenting personal design philosophy.

5) Alberto Pinto

Albert Pinto, an interior design based in Paris, has built his works on the interbreeding and mixture of gender from baroque to less than bare.

Alberto Pinto is one of the most famous Interior designers. He appropriates the eclectic taste of its international clientele in adjusting its decors to each of their desire all the while adding elegance, which creates a balance within the opulence.

6) Alan Wanzenberg

Alan Wanzenberg is a great and famous Architect based in New York City. He executes fine residential projects throughout the United States and abroad. Alan is mainly known for his excellence with numerous architectural digest. Among them, a bearlike shingle-and-stone manor, country house with a Lutyens-Esque countenance and a honey-toned apartment with a 1930 Parisian air, are endowed with the heft and solidity that come from traditional materials expertly handled.

7) Emily Summers

Emily leading southwest architects particularly Antoine Predock and Lake. She always experiments with new materials and intriguing marriages of texture. A soft wool carpet lapping at the base of a board molded with a concrete wall, Venetian plaster alongside plainly finished wood. She is the best designer in Southwestern theme designs.

8) John Barman Inc

He is known as the best glamorous from Op Art. modernity which is one of John Barman’s Manhattan interior design firm. As evidenced in airy high-rise apartments plashed with bright-hued textile art. John is great in optional art, and textile art profession of his offence.

9) Marmol Radziner

Marmol Radziner is architecture and design studio, which offers a full range of design, services, including architectural design, master planning, historical restoration, landscape design, interior design as well as furniture design.

10) Peter Marino

Marino’s work certainly embodies this wisdom. Like the Italian illusionist, Peter Marino believes in the seamless integration of architecture and interiors and also happens to be an aesthetic polymath.