INTERIOR DESIGN YEARBOOK 2017: Susan Knof contributes on the topic of International Design

The Interior Design Yearbook is specifically aimed at architects, interior designers, specifiers, contractors and key designers in the sector.  The Interior Design Yearbook provides inspiring and original information on the trends of today and future innovations. It is a first class directory complimented by market predictions and expert analysis.

This year Creative Director, Susan Knof, contributed to the Yearbook discussing International Design.

Contributing designers have previously included Giorgio Armani, Tara Bernerd and Anouska Hempel, whose experience and insight into the interior design industry have proved invaluable to designers and suppliers alike. 

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KNOF Design shortlisted for International Design + Architecture Awards by Design Et Al

KNOF Design has been shortlisted for the Residential £1-£2.5 Million (Project Value) Award in the International Design & ArchitectureAwards 2015!

What an exciting honour for KNOF design to be recognised by premier industry leaders. We look forward to celebrating with our peers at the awards ceremony in September. Stay tuned and fingers crossed!

For a little more background and detail on the shortlisted project, please have a read.

The design brief from the client was to merge two existing properties to create one full floor luxury residence with an open living environment that allowed for an unobstructed kitchen, dining, living, and entertaining space while taking full advantage of the prime views and providing private areas for the Master Bedroom and Children’s areas.

The result was a roughly, 3,700 sq ft single residence which KNOF design devised a cohesive, intelligent scheme to unify the various spaces and deliver the beautifully-detailed home the client desired. The final result mixes unique materials and approaches to realise a truly one of a kind property that met both the clients brief and budget.

The design works so well because the open living layout allows for maximum east to west light flow throughout the space. There are no walls obstructing the natural light patterns throughout the day. One can use the large open spaces in a variety of manners as the light, the mood, the views, and the feel changes with nature’s rhythm. The interior palette is luxurious, yet subdued allowing Mother Nature to play the dominant design role.

To read more please go to: http://thedesignsoc.com/knof-design-shortlisted-international-design-architecture-awards-2015/

http://thedesignawards.co.uk/designandarchitecture/shortlisted.html

 

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