I graduated from the leading KLC School of Design in 2004 (with Honours), converting a hobby and passion for interior design into a professional career. I had been a partner at Marsh & Wiesenfeld (M&W) for many years, working closely with my partner and friend Juliet Marsh. Following Juliet’s recent retirement, I have established my own design studio.
My studio is based in the Surrey Hills and I undertake various projects across the county. I bring to my clients extensive experience based on a large variety of projects, combined with fresh ideas and high level of creativity, to deliver the WOW factor to every project.
While many take layout limitations as a given, I always challenge assumptions to find ways to optimize available space, typically offering my clients at least 2 - 3 layout options to fulfil their requirements. I strongly believe that a good layout is the foundation of a successful design.
To keep up to date with the latest industry trends, I visit professional trade exhibitions like Decorex, Maison et Object and Salone del Mobile Milano. To complement the industry trade fairs, I regularly attend contemporary art fairs, that are an excellent source of inspiration for my design work.
I am featured on Houzz, a leading online community for architecture and interior design. M&W was one of the first interior designers in the UK to join the platform, winning numerous awards over the years and contributing valuable content.
My network of high quality and reliable suppliers guarantee excellent service. Those suppliers can also offer ‘off the beaten track’ products, enabling my clients to bring their personal style and unique character to their homes.
Being a direct and warm individual, my strong personal relationships with my clients tend to last well beyond their projects.
I enjoy the creativity of gourmet food and its presentation.
Contemporary art gives me inspiration in my design work.
Meeting different cultures broadens my horizons and enriches my design style.
Things that are out of proportion are fun.
New adventures refresh my mind and gives me different perspectives.
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By Ron Arad
Ron Arad was born in Tel Aviv, studying at the Jerusalem Academy of Art and later the Architectural Association in London. The Bookworm was first shown at the Milan Furniture Fair in 1993 and was designed as a one-off piece in sprung steel. It was soon mass-produced by Kartell in injection-moulded PVC and has become one of Ron Arad's best-selling works. One of its unique appeals is that when hung, its shape can be manipulated by changing the position of the brackets.
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