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100 London -10 Rising Star Designers of London

100 London -10 Rising Star Designers of London
Today we want to present the 10 Rising Star Designers of London! These amazing designers come from all over the styles of London’s design scene! If you want to discover new talents of design, then this article is for you!
Duncan Campbell met Charlotte Rey in 2007 when the pair were teenagers, both working as editors on Acne Studio’s biannual magazine Acne Paper. Although Campbell studied law and Rey fashion history and theory, their creative partnership grew organically over time until they officially launched Campbell Rey in 2014.
Covet & Noir
Having worked together for years as commercial and residential interior designers on projects in London and New York City, Adele Lonergan and Maria Lindgren set up their joint venture, Covet & Noir, last year.
Charles Mellersh

After studying architecture, Mellersh began his design career as a stylist and journalist, before setting up his studio in 2006. He describes his approach as ‘modern and warm’, often extensively quizzing clients to make sure they wholly understand how they intend to use their space.


Fred Rigby

As well as designing furniture, Fred Rigby has created several shop interiors and the Villa Lena hotel-cum-art foundation in Italy.



Transatlantic practice Nune is run by interior design duo Sheena Murphy and Tor Sauder, British and Canadian, respectively. The pair met in New York where they have an office, although Murphy is now chiefly based in the UK.


Mia Karlson Studio

Mia Karlson Studio are a design consultancy in London’s Highgate Village, providing visually stunning solutions and comprehensive design services to the residential market.

No12  design aesthetic is wholly contemporary yet respectfully classic. Their design is bold, comfortable and elegantly masculine. Holding craftsmanship in high regard, they combine warm materials with clean lines, textural palettes and fine detailing.

Run For the Hills

Formed by husband-and-wife team interior designer Anna Burles and graphic artist Christopher Trotman in 2011, Run for the Hills is a multidisciplinary powerhouse, whose projects encompass homes, restaurants, bars, hotels and a cinema (image).


These White Walls

The opening of restaurant Hide on London’s Piccadilly last year caused a stir not just for the food (the head chef is Ollie Dabbous) but for the interiors. Designer Rose Murray, founder of These White Walls, had worked closely with plaster artist Rachel Dein.


TO Interior Design

Credits: To Interior Design

TO Interior Design is an award-winning interior design studio, that offers a 360 degree design experience. From interior design, restaurant concepts and branding, Theresa and her team can assist in all areas of the design process.

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