Australia’s Top 5 Interior Designers

Today we bring you the top 5 interior designers in Australia. In here you will find breathtaking projects, the best creative minds and a luxurious lifestyle. Interior design is a world full of possibilities so come with us and discover unique takes on decoration throughout Australia. Stay tuned!

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Miriam Fanning

Australia's Top 5 Interior Designers

Miriam Fanning is a renowned interior designer that had worked on several projects in corporate, residential, hospitality and retail field. Her most remarkable project is her own company: Mim Design. Each project is unique and they are always seeking for new and innovative ways to draw and solve design needs.

Shareen Joel

Australia's Top 5 Interior Designers

Her design style is known by its beauty in the most classic and simple way – with no fuss or fluffy decorative details – with clean and clever traits. In 2003, she opened her own design studio, mainly in retail, thanks to high profile clients, like Country Road, Dulux Seafolly, Witchery, Seed and Bloom Cosmetics.

Robert Bilkey

 

Australia's Top 5 Interior DesignersRobert Bilkey, president of Bilkey LLinas Design, has over three decades experience in the design and hospitality industry. The main goal is to create hotels  that not only meet the guests’ functional requirements but are design experiences in themselves.

Greg Natale

Australia's Top 5 Interior Designers

The interior design Greg Natale is known by bold colours and patterns and the creation of warm, layered, liveable spaces. Greg offers a unique view into the creative process, sharing his passions, experiences behind his sophisticated style.

Vincent Van Duysen

Australia's Top 5 Interior Designers

The use of pure and tactile materials results in a clear and timeless design.  An approach that covers all aspects, with respect to context and tradition, focusing on the senses and physical experience of the space, materials and light. Functionality, durability and comfort are the prime components of the work. An architectural language which resists fashion and trends.

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