Written by: Tomás Mota
Today present a Universal studio with the best interior design. Universal Design Studio is a London-based architecture and interior design practice. Their work includes boutique hotels, restaurants, department stores, galleries and renowned cultural institutions. They are known by using a diverse and custom program for each customer. Universal strives to work with forwarding thinking brands, both in the UK and around the world. Get to know our selection of the 5 best interior design project from the company.
1- Mulberry, New Bond Street
The studio used an unconventional approach to the retail landscaping sets an informal and playful tone to the store environment: Large sculptural timber and brass ‘follies’: Room-sized oak lattice or textured brass structures that offer a more intimate shopping environment within the open-plan retail floor.
2- Mulberry, New Bond Street
The design of the space was approached with a mind to accepting the integrity of Royer’s dishes: delicate, refined and elegant. This presentation of craft is demonstrated through the use of natural, raw elements presented in a soft color palette of natural timber, pink terrazzo marble, with nickel and brass accents. For the lighting scheme, you can find Galliano Wall Lamp from DelightFULL. A fixture with a sculptural shape and versatile and yet contemporary. An extremely balanced design which gets even more beautiful when you see light being cast through its pipes.
3- J&M Davidson, Mayfair
‘Modern luxury’ was the idea chosen for the store, wich led to the creation of a fresh and modern look for the store whilst using the timeless and understated design language characteristic for the brand.
4- Strange Beauty at The National Gallery
Universal Design Studio were the chosen ones by National Gallery to design the Strange Beauty Exhibition. The collection-based exhibition in the Sainsbury Wing exhibition galleries presented a fresh look at German Renaissance painting.
5- The Kitchen, Den Haag
Space is subtly divided into five zones that have differing moods and dining formats. Each dining area has been specifically lit and will change as the day shifts. The use of brick patternation, decorative glass & timber paneling connecting the adjacent buildings rich heritage with Vermeer caused hues and tones.