AD100 for 2022 continues with part III! Here you’ll know the most talented, the most brilliant architects and interior designers.
Mandy Cheng Design, Los Angeles
Mandy Cheng begins our 25 list of Interior Designers and Architect, the AD100 for 2022! Cheng has experience in television, film and music as a contemporary scene decorator. Her entertainment industry résumé incorporates a stretch at DreamWorks Activity, music video generation plan for chart-toppers J. Cole and One Republic, and realistic plan work on ventures just like the motion picture Ladybird and Beyoncé’s Lemonade collection.
Madison Cox Associates, New York
Madison Cox let his work speak for him self, because he loves to keep a low profile! He is a magnificent garden designer, from the 1,000-acre landscape of Anne Bass’s Connecticut compound to Marella Agnelli’s Ain Kassimou in Marrakech. This were the private one, but there is also notable public ones, like the garden of the Aga Khan Centre in London.
Leyden Lewis Design Studio, Brooklyn
Leyden Lewis said to AD (regarding his company) that “we have a passion for creating theater for living,”. He has training as architectural designer, but he also has an amazing track record as fine artist.
Luis Laplace describe his work as “Art, art, and art”! He now works side by side with Christophe Comoy, his partner and the person with he has now a firm. Laplace’s closest professional relationship is with Hauser & Wirth, where he’s worked on spaces in St. Moritz, Menorca and Somerset, England.
Kravitz Design, New York and Los Angeles
Lenny Kravitz has two passions, music and interior design. He created his own studio in 2003 and he has worked in several homes and hospitality projects. He has his own style, focused on the fusion of gravitas of historical archetypes with rhapsodic contemporary glamour.
Ken Fulk Inc.
Ken Fulk is responsible for several projects, such as, Felix Roasting Co. café in Manhattan, a nightclub in Las Vegas, or de Quin House in Boston’s Back Bay. He also did the terrace for Gigi Hadid’s home, private jets, fabrics, and rugs for Pierre Frey.
Kelly Behun Studio, New York
Kelly Behun has her own signature, where we can find great art and bold furnishings, that give to the home a unique effect. Behun designs private residences, but also furnishings, including rugs and home accessories.
Julie Hillman Design, New York
“I want my interiors to be subtle to the eye while being unexpected and beautiful.”, words of Julie Hillman, and they are true! One of her signatures is combining decorative and functional art to achieve aesthetic harmony.
Joy Moyler Interiors, New Rochelle, New York
“Classic and crisp with a modern vibe”, this is Joy Moyler interior design in one sentence! She does everything, she is designer, artist, columnist, activist and host of the Instagram talk show “High Tea With Joy: Brew It. Pour It. Spill It.”
Joseph Dirand Architecture, Paris
In order to continue, we have Joseph Dirand Architecture for our AD100 for 2022! He did the private home for Kanye West, the Girafe in Paris restaurant, and fashion boutiques, for example, Givenchy, Balmain and Chloé. Besides that, he has a furniture collection.
Jeremiah Brent Design, New York
Jeremiah Brent works side by side with his husband Nate Berkus! “I’ve always believed the ultimate form of luxury is personalization. It has nothing to do with budget,” according with Brent. “Designing a space is, in actuality, the art of telling a story. Through vignettes, materials, client-conscious decisions, and historical references, there’s an opportunity to craft something that is deeply relevant, truly original, and unequivocally personal.”
Jeffrey Bihuber, New York
Jeffrey Bilhuber worked with names such as Mariska Hargitay and the late David Bowie, but he also has multiple product lines, for example, porcelain dinnerware and flatweave carpets. “It’s about revving up what’s classic in the American style canon and making it relevant for right now,”, he says.
Jake Arnold, Los Angeles
Jake Arnold is knows as a major force in interior design, and because of that in needed to included in our AD100 for 2022 list! He is the cofounder of The Expert and has worked with several celebrities who love him, such as Katy Perry, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen, Orlando Bloom, and so much more!
Ike Kligerman Barkley, New York and Oakland, California
John Ike and Thomas Kligerman are two specialists in historic houses with a modern smooth touch. They project began with sketches and watercolours before started with the digital through virtual reality and 3D renderings.
Hallworth Design, Los Angeles
Jane Hallworth is known for projects that are defined by soulful ambience, ease and graciousness. In all of her works, Jane tries to tell stories specific for each client, and then, she articulates with the designers, the artists, the craftsmen and the fabricators.
Green River Project, Brooklyn and Hillsdale, New York
Green River Project belongs to Aaron Aujla and Ben Bloomstein, they found the studio in 2017 in New York City. They do furniture collections that use materials such as stained lauan and bamboo, and now they work with specific types of wood. Their interiors are very popular around the world.
Gachot, New York
Gachot Firm“I design houses to be comfortable, gracious, understated, and to stand the test of time,” has an important duo, John and Christine Machete (husband and wife), and they are responsible for unique projects, such as Marc Jacob’s West Village Townhouse or the Shinola Hotel. Besides their commercial and residential projects, the Gachots had a partnership with Waterworks on luxury bath fittings and fixtures.
G.P. Schafer Architect, New York
“I design houses to be comfortable, gracious, understated, and to stand the test of time,” the principal of G.P. Schafer. Design has always been in his blood, because his grandfather and great-great-grandfather were both architects.
Frank de Biasi Interiors, New York and Tangier, Morocco
Frank de Biasi fell in love with Morocco in one of his many travels, he says that “There’s a central energy here, where the Atlantic meets the Mediterranean, where Europe meets Africa,”. Tangier is one of many cities that inspire de Biasi. He works with artisans that help him finding the right pieces for his projects.
Francis Sultana, London
Francis Sultana is always a special name and he needed to be included in the AD100 for 2022. “My mother was my first client, if you like—she allowed me to try out looks on her house,”, says Sultana. Recently he did a special furniture collection dedicated to his late mother. “I will rehang my own collection quite regularly; placing different pieces in different rooms will completely change not only the space in which it lives but also how the pieces react within a room.”
Flack Studio, Melbourne, Australia
David Flack and Mark Robinson are the owners of Flack Studio and they are specialized in both residential and hospitality projects. They say that “We delight in architecture and interior projects in which furniture, lighting, textiles, and fittings coalesce into a holistic—if sometimes idiosyncratic—experience,”.
ETC.etera, Los Angeles
“We are serious about our work, but not ourselves!”, says Sally Breer and Jake Rodetuth-Harrison, the owners of ETC.etera. They are irreverent and fun, some of their clients include Katy Perry, Zooey Deschanel and Alan Yang.
Ensamble Studio, Massachusetts and Madrid
Ensamble is a design company that belongs to husband and wife Antón García-Abril and Débora Mesa. They work between the US and Spain where they have a factory, that produces innovative modules for their projects.
Elliot Barnes Interiors, Paris
Barnes is an American in Paris! His recent projects are a boutique hotel in Paris and a tasting center for Champagne Billecart-Salmon in Mareuil Sur Ay. He believes that his projects are “the elegant handling of light and unexpected and noble materials, which confers upon unique and exclusive spaces an innovative approach to luxury.”
Elizabeth Roberts Architects, Brooklyn
All in order to conclude our part II of AD100 for 2022! Elizabeth Roberts Architects ends the list for today! Her works go from uptown penthouses to Brooklyn Brownstones. Roberts make a difference in architecture thanks to clever space planning and nuanced material palettes.
Credits to: Architectural Digest