Andrew Martin Interior Design Review Volume 23

It’s that time of year again where we find ourselves absolutely delighted to be included for the 8th year running in the 23d volume of the Andrew Martin Interior Design Review.

This annual publication features works from the world’s top 100 interior designers of 2019. From clean-line purity to the ultimate maximalist explosion, it delivers the most renowned, innovative, and exceptional interior design of the past year, this year we presented a renovation of a listed townhouse in Munich for publication.

Richly illustrated with over 1000 colour photographs and with 500 pages of the latest interior styles and trends, this annual publication-now in its 23rd year-has been dubbed ‘the Bible of interior design’.

Polished plaster stairs lead down to a wine cellar, Nicky also carefully placed the clients collection of modern collectable furniture throughout the house. Above the Estudio Campana stainless steel and felt Sushi cabinet lives on the first floor, drawing the colours from the oversized photographic print above.

Nicky chose an Amy Somerville rug underneath the Tom Faulkner library table above, with blue hues being a key theme for the master bedroom also, with the elegant silk wallpaper and custom bed and bedside tables.

Another Carpenters Workshop Gallery piece by Maarten Bass from his Smoke Collection has been placed in the entrance. Spot the Sebastian Brajkovic Lathe V Red chair in front of the window. This client loved to mix their contemporary furniture collection into Nicky’s modern but timeless interior.

The dining room chandelier is by Frederick Molenschot with bespoke chairs designed by Nicky and her team.

The book has become a catalogue of design, illustrating social and political movements as well as cultural lifestyles over the last two decades. An indispensable reference book and unbeatable source of inspiration for design professionals and aspiring interior designers alike. You can purchase your copy by clicking on this link. 

Images c/o Andrew Martin

Nicky’s World September 2019