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Meet Our Favorite Designers From AD100 2021

The AD100 is the Architectural Digest’s list that every year launches the interior designers and architecture professionals who stood out in the market throughout the world during the year.   

So, on this article, we will introduce our favorite designers and architectures that are featuring at AD100 2021:

Beata Heuman

For the first time on AD100 Beata Heuman is a london designer that combines Scandinavian design features with a family aesthetic. What results in very refreshing interiors. After working closely for years with the giant designer Nicky Haslam, Heuman opened her own design studio.

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Ad100 - Beata Heuman - wtc

Her studio takes a totally immersive approach. Her designs have a playful nature, however, her attention to detail is fantastic. And the future promises to be even brighter for Heuman and her studio. As next year, she will launch a book with her tailored interiors.

Clements Design

Kathleen and Tommy Clements are the creators of Clements Design that features this year on AD100. It’s powerful interior design company that focuses on designing layered and highly cured residential projects. Their projects go from Neo-Paladian villas to modern mansions.

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Ad100 - Clements Design

The mother and son team worked with some of Hollywood’s best stars, including Jennifer Lawrence, Bruno Mars and Adam Levine. Their projects come for the simple, which reinforces the concept ‘‘ don’t think too much ’’.

Kéré Architecture

Francis Kéré first gained prominence when his architecture office was distinguished with the esteemed Aga Khan Architecture Award in 2004.  This award was for his first project, a school in Burkina Faso wich he was able to design in collaboration with Gando native residents.

Ad100 - Kere Architecture
Ad100 - Kere Architecture

Other of his projects are the doctors’ homes in Burkina Faso, the Obama Legacy Campus in Kegalo and the Beijing Pavilion. Besides this his next projects will be a secondary school in his hometown of Gando, as well as a memorial to former President Thomas Sankara in Ouagadougou.

WHY Architecture

WHY Architecture is a multidisciplinary company best known for its innovative character. The company works through holistic and sustainable projects, giving a new concept to contemporary culture. Having Kulapat Yantrasast as the creative director. 

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Ad100 - Why Architecture

In 2020 Why Architecture developed renovation projects for architecture offices, as expanded its original design from the David Kordansky Gallery in Los Angeles. In addition to redesigning the Museum of Asian Art in San Francisco and renovating a wing of the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

India Mahdavi

India Mahdavi is an iranian Designer that grew up in the United States and built her career in France. Mahdavi stands out due all the diversity and experience that she brings to her works. With a great capacity to mix different styles and unusual shapes.

She projects modern with a classic twist and sober materials with trendy colors. Along with mixing such different materials, textures and objects, she manages to combine everything harmoniously.

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Ad100 - India Mahdavi

Thus her works as London Sketch, L’Apogee Courchevel and a myriad of hyper-colored macaroon Laduree restaurants have withstood the tests of time and Instagram with equal self-confidence. As a result Mahdavi has branched out to design almost every product category imaginable.

Going from cloud-shaped cups for Nespresso to the colorful print clothing line for French mega retailer Monoprix.

Kelly Wearstler

Kelly Wearstler, one of the most renowned designers in Los Angeles and featuring on AD100 hall of fame, she’s responsible for refining the “boutique hotel” appearance is also a former participant of Bravo TV where she obtained mega-celebrities like Cameron Diaz and Gwen Stefani as her clients.

Her diverse work ranges from modernism to Memphis in her interior projects and furniture, fabrics and lighting lines.

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Ad100- kelly wearstler

Ashe Leandro

This New York company makes its mark in the design world with personalized and relaxed interiors. By the creative duo A + L founded exactly 10 years ago. For instance, a decade later, the couple continue to drive projects with a unique style and a special focus on children’s bedrooms. As a result this year they are on the AD100 2021 list.

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Ad100 - Ashe Leandro

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Most known architects- Museum of tomorrow- Santiago Calatrava

Top 5 Most Known Architects In the World

Most known architects- Museum of tomorrow- Santiago Calatrava

Museum of Tomorrow by Santiago Calatrava

The most known architects in the world not only leave their mark on each project of them, but also contribute to the advancement of humanity. To proof this the latest trends in the area, are architectural projects that focus on the use of advanced technologies and sustainable architecture. Important subjects for the future.

So to honor and learn from the most known architects in the world, we have prepared a selection of the great architectural projects all over the world and their creators work story. Check bellow!

1-NORMAN FOSTER

Norman Foster, one of the most known architects, was born in England in 1935. He always worked hard to be able to pay for his studies and fulfill his dream of becoming an architect.

In 1963, he set up the “Team 4” his famous architectural firm. In addition to Foster, architects as Georgie and Wendy Cheesman and Richard Rogers worked with him.

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Most Known Architects- 30 St Mary Axe

30 St Mary Axe

It was in this period that he became known for his works. In his projects he uses  modern materials and the most advanced technology. Creating a futuristic landscape in the cities.

His visionary work makes him to be responsible for creating the High Tech architecture. Which today contributes to sustainable actions and the growth of smart cities and it is most known architects.

2-FRANK GEHRY

It is no exaggeration to say that, without the works of Frank Gehry, architecture would be much more boring and conservative. The architect was born in 1929, in Canada, but naturalized as an American.

His creativity was always present in his work. Starting as a furniture designer, he saved money from selling the objects, to start his career as an architect with the renovation of his own house.

Most known architects- Frank Gehry
Most known Architects- Guggeheim Museum

Guggeheim Museum

His work on his house drew attention in his city. And that was when he started to carry out more projects. Over the years, his talent and daring made him earned worldwide fame.

Frank Gehry’s  is most known architects and his works are marked by bold aesthetics, complex shapes and the use of different materials. He is considered one of the most important name of deconstructivist architecture.

 

3-SANTIAGO CALATRAVA

Santiago Calatrava, most known architects, was born in Valencia, Spain, in 1951. In 1974, he is graduated as an architect in his hometown. After he left for Switzerland to complete another degree of engineer, still doing a doctorate.

His technical background explains his different work process. Which involves creating faithful replicas of his projects on large scales.

Most known Architects-Santiago Calatrava
Most Known Architects- Path Station

Path Station

This process helps to test the functioning of the joints, rods, gears and other characteristics of the architect’s beautiful works.

His projects, always technological, stand out for the sensation of movement, organic presence and surrealist characteristics.

4- RENZO PIANO

Renzo, most known architects, is an Italian architect graduated from the School of Architecture of the Polytechnic Institute of Milan.  In 1970, Piano founded the agency “Piano & Rogers” with Richard Rogers, his partner in the Pompidou Center project in Paris.

 Later, in 1977, he founded the “Piano & Rice” studio together with Peter Rice, a professional personality who had worked with Renzo Piano on many projects. The partnership continued until his partner death in 1992. 

Most known Architects- Renzo Piano
Most Known Architects-Shard London Brigde

Shard London Brigde

Finally, Piano founded his own studio in Genoa. Known as “Renzo Piano Building Workshop”. His architectural history has very well known and renowned works in worldwide.

However, Piano never tires of producing his fantastic high-tech architecture that fascinates anyone from his imposing constructions wrapped in a mysticism and unique characteristics that give life to his works.

5- MARCIO KOGAN

Another name for the most known architects is Marcio Kogan is a Brazilian architect, graduated from the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie in 1976. He is the son of the engineer Aron Kogan, who became known in the 50s and 60s for designing and constructing large buildings in São Paulo, such as the Edifício São Vito and the Mirante do Vale Building that is largest skyscraper in Brazil, with 170 meters.

During the first years of his career, Marcio divided the activity of architecture with cinema, in partnerships with Isay Weinfeld, his college colleague. In 1988, the duo produced the feature film Fogo e Paixão and, between 1995 and 2004, held 5 exhibitions on architecture and humor together.

Most known Architects-Marcio Kogan
Most known architects- Redux House

Redux House

Since 2001, Marcio Kogan started to be famous internationally. Currently, in addition of his projects in Brazil, he has projects in countries such as Uruguay, Chile, Peru, United States, Canada, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, India, Israel and Indonesia.

Kogan, most known architects, works with architectural detail and formal simplicity between internal and external space. That greats climatic comfort, through passive sustainability, using of pure volumes and application of traditional elements of Brazilian architecture such as muxarabis and indoor plants. In addition, he used to use raw materials such as wood, concrete and stones.

 

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Interior Design Magazines: The top 20

Interior Design Magazines: The top 20

Interior design magazines have a number of functions. They let you know the recent trends, inspire you, offer advice, provide you with insights from top designs, go behind the scenes on design projects. Furthermore, they look dead cool while artfully stacked up on your coffee table.

Most of these magazines have websites with articles to read online. But there’s just something about holding an actual magazine and experiencing the layout design of the pages.

Nothing will ever beat flipping the pages of a magazine. Especially inteiror design magazines, which fill our imagination with endless color, shapes, and inspiration.

With that in mind, we’ve picked out a selection of 20 top design magazines from around the world.

#20 VOGUE

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Firstly, in the Interior Design Magazines list,  Vogue is a fashion and lifestyle magazine covering many topics including fashion, beauty, culture, living, and runway.

This iconic magazine always has a column in the topic Living which talks about home décor and interior design. Every furniture brand wants to appear in that part of the magazine. Interior designers and other décor professionals always get inspiration in Vogue.

Discover the George Stool by Wood Tailors Club presented in the article.

#19 MARIE CLAIRE MAISON

One of the most important Interior Design Magazines references when it comes to news, decorating trends and inspiration ideas for professionals of the Design industry. Furthermore, Marie Claire Maison is written in several languages and distributed around the world.

Discover the Sirius Suspension Lamp by Creativemary presented in the article.
Swipe left to discover another cover of Marie Claire Maison. And discover the Inglewood Sofa by Porus Studio, featured in the article.

#18 ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST ITALIA

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AD ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST ITÁLIA: the Interior Design Magazines with the most beautiful houses in the world. Refinement, luxury, and new life trends are represented as an expression of lifestyle. Through a new and contemporary look in the world of design, architecture, and furniture.

Discover the Melrose Suspension Lamp by Creativemary presented in the article.

#17 INTERIOR BEAUTÉ

One of Hong Kong’s leading Interior Design Magazines regarding design, architecture and luxury lifestyle.

Discover the Cherries Suspension Lamp designed by Creativemary, featured in the article. Also, swipe right to discover the Apidae Suspension Lamp and Bombarda II Suspension Lamp.

#16 HOMEFRONT

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One of the most top Canadian interior design magazines, Homefront. It has a special treat to everyone that visits their website: free access to full editions of the magazine. So, you really don’t want to miss it.

So discover the Petit Amélie Dressing Table conceived by Malabar featured in the article.

#15 HOMES & GARDENS

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As the UK’s first-ever home interest magazine, Homes & Gardens has been shaping British style for 100 years. Their core pillars are inspirational interiors, stylish decorating, beautiful gardens, and fascinating stories. And for that it is on our Interior Design Magazines list.

So discover the Crossroads Bar Cart designed by Porus Studio featured in the article.

#14 ELLE DECORATION

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Since 1989, Elle Decor has a fresh and international viewpoint. It presents interior design and architecture informative articles, interviews, shopping guides and more. The Interior Design Magazines main mission is to inspire its two million readers, making their world more beautiful, one room at a time.

So discover the Louis Mid-Century Modern Bar Chair designed by Ottiu, featured in the article.

#13 KLASSISCH WOHNEN

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KLASSISCH WOHNEN is the magazine for the classic lifestyle. It is intended for all those who value permanently elegant and high-quality furniture.

Therefore, that is why KLASSISCH WOHNEN is showing unprecedented forms of live reporting and interesting articles on quality and real-life conditions. FOr this it made the cut for the Interior Design Magazines list.

Discover the Charisse Mid-Century Modern Stool designed by Ottiu featured in the article.

#12 MI CASA

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MiCasa is a monthly top Spanish interior décor magazine and top Interior Design Magazines. Also, there’s a printed and a digital version of it.

Discover the Filum Guitar designed by Malabar, featured in the article.

#11 ESSENTIAL

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The UK’s No.1 kitchen, bathroom and bedroom magazine dedicated to real-life luxury homes. It turns your design dreams into reality.

Best Consumer Magazine 2012 – BMA Annual Media Awards
Amara Interior Blog Awards 2016 – Winner Best Magazine Blog

For all this it is on the list of top Interior Design Magazines.

So discover the George Bar Chair designed by Wood Tailors Club featured in the article.

#10 HERENHUIS

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Herenhuis is the first interior design magazine completely focused on “living in history”.

So discover the Granville Chandelier designed by Creativemary featured on the magazine cover.

#9 HARPER’S BAZAAR

Discover the Arrow Wall Lamp by Creativemary presented in the article. Swipe right to discover the Scarlet Mid-Century Armchair by Ottiu, presented on another issue of Harper’s Bazaar.

Harper’s Bazaar is an American women’s fashion magazine published by Hearst. Harper’s Bazaar considers itself the style resource for “women who are the first to buy the best, from casual to couture”.  Aimed at what it calls “discerning ladies”, Bazaar is published monthly.

In spite of this magazine, their décor column keeps inspiring a lot of fashionable and trendy people. Consequently, every furniture brand wants to appear in that section of the magazine.

#8 SLEEPER

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This top Interior Design Magazines representative is being published only six times a year. The Sleeper magazine focuses on hotel design and everything related to this industry.

Discover Ottiu’s Projects featured in the article, and others at Ottiu.

#7 LIVING ETC INDONESIAN

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Find inspiration for your home décor with this exquisite magazine. All in all, the brand is dedicated to delivering a constant feed of modern houses to ogle, beautiful decorating ideas to inspire, up-to-the-minute trends to follow, smart shopping to access and great lifestyle tips to use.

So discover the Lupino Mid-Century Dining Chair designed by Ottiu, featured in the article.

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WohnenTräume is a German, international high-end magazine that talks about furniture, real estate and also trends.

So discover the Dorothy Sofa designed by Ottiu, featured in the article. Also take a look at Porus Studio to find the Seattral Folding Screen, presented in the article too.

AND THE BEST OF THE BEST ARE…

Not disregarding the previous magazines, the following magazines are a reference in the international design.

Being  that, take a look at our top 5.

#5 ATTITUDE

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ATTITUDE Interior Design is a bimonthly international magazine focused on Interiors, Architecture, Design, Art, and Lifestyle.

With their contents, they share inspiring and beautiful stories. In order to truly involve the readers with the projects, the places, and the individuals that they publish.

#4 LIVING ETC

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Livingetc is one of the UK’s most iconic home interior magazines. No1 in the modern sector with a dedicated audience of passionate homeowners. It mede way to our top Interior Design Magazines list.

#3 WALLPAPER

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Wallpaper* is a TI Media publication focusing on design and architecture, fashion, travel, art, and lifestyle.

Above all, Wallpaper* is the world’s number one global design destination. Championing the best in architecture, interiors, fashion, art, and contemporary lifestyle.

#2 DWELL

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Dwell Media is an inspiration and collaborative platform for architects, designers, and enthusiasts to share and discover inspiring design.

Recently, Dwell magazine was mentioned, “as a fine blend of sustainable design, architecture, and interior design”. It’s one of the main responsible for the changes in the design industry. So, as a magazine easy to read, Dwell will gently guide you into the interiors design world.

#1 ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST

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Architectural Digest is a vibrant monthly celebration of international design talents, innovative homes, and products. Inspiring decorating ideas, culture, and travel.

Finally, the magazine presents itself as “the international design authority”. In fact, it’s been a reference for decades. AD usually presents the best works of architecture and design. Furthermore, they explore themes like culture, travel, and shopping, making way for the top Interior Design Magazines list.

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