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Daun Curry Named International Interior Designer of the Year 2019

New York-based interior designer Daun Curry, who champions effortless liveability, has been named the 2019 Andrew Martin International Interior Designer of the Year

Lead image: Daun Curry photographed at Jemma Wynne, New York

Interior designer Daun Curry, who specialises in high end residential, retail and hospitality projects, champions a design philosophy of innovation and effortless liveability, fusing the personal, practical and beautiful.

She was recently cited by Vogue magazine as an interiors talent to watch, and her work has been featured in Architectural Digest, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Elle Décor.

Her current work includes a waterfront estate in the Hamptons, a major renovation of a Modernist house in Los Angeles and several apartment residences in New York City, while recent projects include the New York flagship store for luxury jewellery brand Jemma Wayne and a series of penthouse suites at the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas.

‘We are proud to announce New York’s, Daun Curry as the 2019 International Interior Designer of the Year,’ said Martin Waller, Founder of Andrew Martin. ‘Daun’s cool metropolitan interiors are sprinkled with witty and quirky elements that give her work a truly special sheen.

‘Daun’s journey from her backwoods upbringing in rural Florida without even a TV, to the bright lights of New York and Las Vegas is a timeless tale of talent and endeavour.’

Its the 23rd year of the prestigious Andrew Martin International Interior Designer of the Year awards programme, which sees designers from all six continents take part. The awards are judged annually by a celebrity panel.

‘Daun’s journey from her backwoods upbringing in rural Florida without even a TV, to the bright lights of New York and Las Vegas is a timeless tale of talent and endeavour’

This year saw Professor Gerry McGovern, Chief Design Officer for Land Rover, and Olympic Gold Medallist Lord Sebastian Coe choose an outstanding designer who fuses minimalism with ultimate glamour.

Last year, Ohara Davies-Gaetano, a California-based interior designer who takes a more natural approach to interior design with a neutral palette and a more minimal approach.

Andrew Martin Interior Design Review Vol 23 is available nowMartin Waller founded Andrew Martin in 1978, pioneering world-class textile and furniture design and went onto launch the awards programme in 1996 to champion the best interior designers from across the globe.

The award has since been coined the ‘Oscars of the design world’ and is accompanied by an annual Interior Design Review showcasing the top 100 interior designers of 2019 (available to buy at andrewmartin.co.uk priced £45).

Previous winners are a roll call of the world’s most influential designers, and include names such as Kelly Hoppen, who won the first award in 1996, Kit Kemp, Nicky Haslam, Axel Vervoordt and Jamie Drake.



 

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