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27th April 2020

Luxdeco’s Top 100 Interior Designers 2020

Helen Green Design has been selected as one of Luxdeco’s Top 100 Interior Designers to know in 2020. We are proud to be featured alongside many other international designers whose work we admire. For its second year, the Top 100 returns with twice the number of designers than last year. The annual list “highlights and celebrates the world’s leading interior designers for the creativity, positive impact and commitment to luxury design which they contribute the design world.

“Celebrating incredible interiors and sharing them as inspiration for our community is one of our duties as a leading platform for luxury interiors. The design world is brilliantly diverse and replete with interior designers who are creating waves that will be felt by generations of designers to come. The LuxDeco internal selection panel was able to narrow the field down as it focused on three criteria: creativity, industry impact and commitment to luxury design.

Always aiming to view design through a lens of inclusivity, the list spotlights design studios whose primary bases span four continents and it has a 51 male/41 female split of Creative Directors with 8 studios having joint Heads of Design.”

“Standing it in good stead for the next decade, interior design studio Helen Green Design continues to fuse the legacy of timeless and elegant design of its late founder into each of its projects. Not only that, the London studio has admirably future-proofed its supply chain, choosing to source furniture solely from British artisans and craftspeople. A firm with elite London connections, the studio will deliver a project for the One Grosvenor Square development this year and continue work through 2020 on a multi-year 17,000 square foot family house project in Surrey.”

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