Aorta: A London interior designer with an eye for detail
Our latest source of inspiration comes from London, where interior architectural company Aorta invites us to have a look at one of its most recent accomplishments. But first, a little something about the professionals in charge…
Being fully aware that creating a stylish, comfortable and trendy interior can be quite tricky, not to mention time-consuming, Aorta makes all the difference by working one-on-one with clients. This is to discover exactly what their needs and wants are, but also to acquire more information on their existing spaces to get a feel for the client’s personal style and taste.
Conjuring up breathtaking spaces, creating bespoke furniture and delivering commissioned artwork is nothing new for Aorta. After all, this firm, one of London’s most creative design studios, is quite seasoned when it comes to working across various sectors, which can be seen in its expanding portfolio detailing boutique hotels, restaurants, private residences, retail interiors, and art galleries.
And the company’s keen eye for detail, as well as its commitment to deluxe results and satisfied clients, is evidenced by its 14 years of experience in the furniture industry.
Let’s get inspired by one of their residential projects entitled ‘The Eclectic Kitchen’.Aorta: A London interior designer with an eye for detail sion. The Dutch television program 'Voor de vorm' investigates the shape of everyday objects. In this episode Dutch designer Christien Meindertsma looks at our toilet and visits Studio Makkink & Bey in Rotterdam to talk about their CompostKlikoToilet.
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