About Us

INTÉRIEUR LONDON is an award-winning interior design agency based near Old Street. Launched in 2009 by David Ferns to provide luxury interiors for developers in the fast-developing residential market in Central London, the agency leads the field in luxury residential interior design and architecture in London, which has become the international epicentre of the super prime luxury interior design. As qualified specialists, INTÉRIEUR LONDON's services cover the full scope of interior design and architecture. The company's expertise enables them to work across all phases of a project or to focus on an individual phase depending on the client's requirements. The fact that the team works internationally in places like France, The USA and the Middle East is a testament to their ability to understand needs and preferences, and their commitment to exceeding the client's expectations in every project they undertake.

Creating stylish, unique, luxurious interiors is their passion and they act as the conduit for their client to create their vision every design INTÉRIEUR LONDON creates is tailored to their needs. With a proven track record of achieving high resale values for their projects, INTÉRIEUR LONDON never fails to demonstrate their expertise in the industry.

How would you describe your style?

"INTERIEUR LONDON can do any style, we do not have a house style. We have a diverse team of international designers who bring many design influences and expertise from different sectors to each project. We like to create unique schemes for our clients with strong conceptual thinking behind them."

Please describe a recently completed project or tell us about the bespoke service that you offer

"For this recently completed penthouse refurbishment scheme at 9 Millbank in Westminster, we provided a full turnkey design service for our client. We designed the scheme in a modern classic style. Given the content of the site, our approach was to add elements that were influenced by and eluded to the style and elegance of the 1930s while also adding a contemporary twist."

James Robinson