The interior design of the 20th century is being reinvented, with the designers of interior design show being named interior designers’ interior designers’, according to the Independent.
The show was held at London’s Royal Academy of Art and, as with any major international event, was dominated by high-profile design stars.
One of the most famous is Louis Vuitton’s Jean-Paul Gaultier, who was crowned interior designer of the decade in 2019.
This year’s winners were the designers who worked with the likes of Jourdan Dunn, who created the home of the Duchess of Sussex, the British designer who has been criticised for the way his home is decorated, and Yves Saint Laurent, who designed the interior of the new Mercedes-Benz A-Class luxury sedan.
The winners of the inaugural show were also nominated for the prestigious IWC’s Design of the Year award, which is named for the International Council of the Architects, as well as the British Institute of Architects and the London Architecture Foundation.
This is the first time IWC has honoured the interior design profession for two years, the group said.
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