Interior Designer Suzy Hoodless set up her eponymous studio in London in 2000. From a beach house in Barbados to a contemporary lodge in the Highlands and a townhouse in Kensington, Suzy has created stunning interiors for clients all over the world. This year saw the completion of the Studio’s work for Television Centre, formerly the main home of BBC Television.
As the development’s interior consultants, the Studio’s brief was to reinterpret the BBC site into Television Centre, a development for modern living. Inspired by the building and its history, the look is mid-century modern, allied with the best of European contemporary design, and working with the best UK manufacturers such as Another Country and Vanderhurd, to create memorable bespoke pieces that reflect the building’s history.
As well as interiors, Suzy Hoodless has designed a number of bespoke furniture pieces. Her latest project is an exciting range of ceramics reflecting her playful aesthetic. Suzy’s existing collaborations include a rug collection for the Rug Company, wallpaper for Osborne & Little and cashmere blankets for Johnstons of Elgin.
Suzy is currently working on a number of residential and commercial projects including a set in Albany, Piccadilly; a Georgian house in Highbury; a Townhouse in Holland Park, as well as an Arts & Crafts house situated in Hampstead, a converted artist’s studios in Chelsea and a country estate in Kent.
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