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Paul Cha

Paul Cha Architect is based in Soho, New York and has been very successful since it's inception in 1997, having been published in numerous books and magazines including the New York Times and Interior Design. His designs are modern and timeless, and follow Zen sensibilities. I love how he uses different types of wood throughout his designs to keep the modern elements from feeling too cold. (And how cute is that little window along the floor in the third photo?)


Fung + Blatt Architects

Alice Fung and Michael Rosner Blatt formed Los Angeles based Fung + Blatt Architects in 1990 which has become a very successful firm who's work has been awarded and published in magazines such as Living Etc., Dwell, Better Homes and Gardens and Metropolitan Home (to name a few). I love the angles in their structural designs and interior details.



That’s OTD not OTT. The Office of Thierry W. Despont. Thierry is the architect you call on when you reach the stellar heights of success like client Bill Gates. Whether it’s your dream mansion, island holiday home (most likely on your own island) or rustic cabin Thierry Despont is the man they all turn to. His success is a mark of your success.

Images from OTD


Éric Gizard

Éric Gizard is a French architect and interior designer flying the flag for all that you associate with French design, style, finesse and a healthy dose of élan. "Passionate about contemporary design without ever forgetting the past, his spaces and objects always have a very innovative yet strongly personal feeling."


Elmslie Osler Architects

Sparse modern lines don’t mean a lack of character or drama. Sleek shiny timber surfaces with cowhide walls and oversized Buddha heads. Punches of colour and gloss. Elmslie Osler Architects create drama where you’d expect pared back minimalism. Next time you think cold think COOL!

Images from EOA