A few weeks ago, Architectural Digest dropped their famous AD100 list for 2018, and what you are about to see is a selection of our favorites.
Full of newcomers and some other already known names in the AD100 list, this year’s AD100 is certainly filled with amazing interior design and architecture firms. All these companies have been working on exciting new projects, but we had to choose only a few of them, so after taking some time to think about it, we reached our top 5! Check it out below!
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Bjarke Ingels Group
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Bjarke Ingels Group, which was first established in 2005, has since been developing “a reputation for designing buildings that are as programmatically and technically innovative as they are cost and resource conscious.” This is just another one of the many reasons we could find for their name to appear on AD’s 100 list once again.
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Kelly Wearstler is no stranger to the AD100 list, and there are honestly a million reasons why she should make it every year. A huge name in the modern interior design scene, the American designer is amongst the best interior designers on the planet, having worked with Lee Jofa for several collections of wall coverings, fabrics, and trims. What’s next? A fresh outdoor fabric collection with Lee Jofa
Photo © Olson Kundig
Founder years ago by Jim Olson and Tom Kundig, Olson Kundig have been focusing their time creating projects for nature lovers, art collectors, and overall thrill seekers. The first time AD 100 featured architecture firm is mostly known for their signature of rugged meets refined modernism, where they try and unify the architecture and the natural landscape that surrounds it.
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Being chosen for the 2018 AD 100 list was just one the many landmarks AL_A’s founder Amanda Levete reached this past year! Over the past few years, the architecture firm had the opportunity to create a new structure that would be an extension of Lisbon’s MAAT museum. The top AD architecture firm designed a wavelike extension, clad in creamy tile, that overlooks the Tagus River and couldn’t be a better fit for MAAT’s architectural design.
Deborah Berke Partners
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Not their first time on Architectural Digest’s 100 list, Deborah Berke Partners’ main goal is “to bring a human-centered approach to the designing of space.” What this exceptional team of architects does best is to mix and intertwine modernity with warmth and some of the classic details we can’t help but fall in love with.
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