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About

UK born Interior Designer Beatrice Holland's designs and style are strongly influenced by the multicultural flavours she's picked up during her travels prior to opening the studio. Beatrice, at 18 moved to New York City to study at the New York School of Interior Design, where her passion and style flourished. Upon completing her education in New York, she moved to Milan to further her career in Interior Design and went on to work with clients in London, Milan, Porto Fino, The Swiss Alps, Boston and Mexico, under recognised designers such as Terry Dwan and Ilaria Toueg at TED Milano.

 

The studio was launched in 2019.

Beatrice distinctively adapts herself to each and every project, valuing the importance of research and time to recognise the best resources and materials suited to both location and client. Whether it be a request for mid-century Gio Ponti italian shapes, the drama of American art deco or the authenticity of alpine swiss design, with a blend of education, travel and independent study, Beatrice has a keen understanding of design and culture. 

"Interior Design affects and inspires us all. Interiors are more than living spaces, they identify the lifestyle, the passions as well as the experiences of the person living there, giving them the opportunity to transform a space into an actualised and personalised oasis".

About the Studio

We are an approachable and friendly team offering a wide range of design and property services suitable to varying project and budget targets.  We work with private and commercial clients throughout Europe and the USA,  from small business owners to large scale developers, from first time home buyers to investment and holiday home owners collaborating closely with our valued clients every step of the way. 

 

Being based in Milan, we can easily access our Italian, French and Swiss clients by car, and a short flight to many key European cities and the U.K. Please don't hesitate to get in touch if you are further afield! 

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