A lecture with Lewis Taylor, Design Director at David Collins Studio.
Location: First Floor studio, Paddington Street Building
Lewis Taylor joined the David Collins Studio directly after completing his master’s degree in design products at the Royal College of Art, and now leads the retail design team. Among diverse projects across the residential, commercial and retail sectors, he designed the new store concept for Alexander McQueen and the Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon at Fortnum & Mason.
Lewis recently completed flagship stores on Bond Street, Madison Avenue and Savile Row, in addition to stores throughout Asia and the USA. David Collins Studio combines imagination and creativity to bring luxury interior design and architectural projects to fruition across the globe.
Established in 1985 and celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, The Studio works on projects across Europe, the USA, the Middle East, the Far East and Australia. It has redefined how people live, through a series of bespoke and innovative works, each of which has a definitive sense of place.
Working across the retail, hospitality and residential sectors, each project is executed with a meticulous attention to detail and is the result of an evolving collaboration between the client, designer and a network of artisans and craftsmen.
For further information contact Mark Gower, Programme Director Interior Design.
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Last updated: 14 February 2018
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