Portuguese Interior Designers ⇒ Best Portuguese interior designers and architects are known for combining tradition, innovation, and passion through remarkable works. Portugal can be a small country in size, but it’s huge in dimension and international recognition in terms of culture and design. Today, Modern Chandeliers decided to show you some of the best Portuguese interior designers of all time!
Nini Andrade Silva is one of the most prestigious interior designers in the world. Nini’s work has international recognition, having placed the name of Portugal alongside the biggest and best designers in the world while being the creative mind behind multiple hotels. With an impressive work across the globe, Nini saw her work being distinguished several times while also becoming a constant presence in prestigious publications worldwide – The New York Times, Financial Times, El Pais, Wallpaper, Condé Nast Traveller, Rolls Royce Excellence Guide, Sleeper Magazine, Harrods Magazine, and Architectural Digest Magazine.
Joana Astolfi is an artist, architect, and designer who draws visual inspiration from a broad universe of found objects. Starting from Joana’s creative vision, Studio Astolfi is a team of artists, architects, and technicians who specialize in telling stories, evoking memories, and captivating the curiosity of our audiences. Studio Astolfi has created projects for Hermès, Belcanto, Bairro do Avillez, Claus Porto, São Lourenço do Barrocal, A Padaria Portuguesa, Lx Factory, PARK Bar, João Manzarra, André Ópticas, and NOS, among many others.
After developing his talent for many years in fashion, in Portugal and Sweden, Artur Miranda diversified into interior design. Following his resolutely modern and innovative design approach for that time in Portugal, he created Oitoemponto in 1993. Two years later, Jacques Bec joined him, bringing his own very personal French touch from Paris. They started working for public and commercial places, but their common taste for sophisticated and personalized surroundings soon leads them to develop their creativity in private places – which is now the main part of their job.
Traço Magenta was born from the idea of two designers who in 2006 launched the brand with the aim of creating original decoration projects with a personalized design. A dynamic and creative team, whose experience is proven by the large and small works that constitute its portfolio, where you can see the distinctive brand that makes Traço Magenta a strong company that stands out for its passion and professionalism.
Lavradio Design believes that architectural interior design and decoration project is only finished when fully embodies the client’s wishes. That is why Lavradio Design has no obvious signature. The style of each project should be an expression of who will live or work there. Their style is defined by methodology applied, accuracy and dedication to each project.
GAVINHO E ASSOCIADOS
Dedicated to the design of spaces of excellence, GAVINHO Architecture & Interiors is distinguished by the refinement of its projects in the areas of architecture, landscaping, interior design, product design, and art consulting. GAVINHO Architecture & Interiors is specialized in the luxury segment for private residences and commercial spaces, creating and invigorating spaces, emphasizing elegance and contemporaneity, with a focus on personalization, on the sobriety of its style and on the nobility of materials.
‘Prego Sem Estopa‘ was born on the ground floor of number 36 of Calçada do Combro, a Space that quickly became a landmark of good taste. In January 2012, Ana Cordeiro was invited to internationalize her brand at Maison et Object, one of the most prestigious fairs in Paris, where she presented a collection in a reinvented vintage style, consisting of furniture designed by her, unique lamps, clean lines and o color palette marked by blue, pink, yellow and green.
Ana Antunes from Tv producer to Decorator in the twinkling of an eye and now she also owns a decorating business, loving it everyday, as much as she loves to make people happy in the “Querido, Mudei a Casa” TV show.
CRISTINA SANTOS SILVA
Located in Lisbon, the Artica studio was founded in 1992 under the tutelage of the architect Cristina Santos e Silva, which has developed numerous private projects of single-family homes, offices, shops, and exhibitions. Allied to the projects of architecture and interior architecture also appears the decoration within the scope of activities of the Artica through the store of decoration with the same name.
Created by Soraia Pereira in 1999, Musa Décor combines both architecture and design services, so that each work reflects the inspirations and desires of each client inside and outside the house. Its style is characterized by being full of emotions and positive energy, turning simple spaces into rooms where you can whether have a cozy family gathering or an elegant cocktail party with friends.
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