Matsalen restaurant at the Grand Hotel Stockholm, Sweden.
Matbaren food bar at the Grand Hotel Stockholm, Sweden.
Interior design for the Kranzbach Spa Hotel, Germany (left) and Kettner’s club, London (right).
The first London outlet shop for the Australian skincare company Aesop. The Victorian interior was restored and a combination of antique and contemporary details and furnishings were incorporated into the space.
Interior design for Soho House NYC.
Brand identity and interior design for the Ett Hem, Stockholm hotel.
Interior design for the Dinder House: a historic 1801 Georgian residence in Somerset, England. After years of use as headquarters for a shoe company, it took 4 years to restore it back into a home.
For nearly 15 years, London based designer Ilse Crawford (of StudioIlse) has been making her mark as an interior and product designer, but before that, she had a much different role as the founder of what would become an international decorating bible – British Elle Decoration. When asked in a interview with T Magazine about her change in career from magazine creator to interior and product designer Ilse stated, “Whether you’re making something for 2- or 3-D… you’re still making something. It doesn’t feel any different.” Today Ilse’s approach to design delves much deeper than the visual… “I’m much more interested in the sensory thing, in thinking about it from the human context, the primal perspective, the thing that touches you.” – Ilse Crawford via. Spoken like a true designer. Spotted on Small Shop Studio.