The celebrated and acclaimed British interior designer, Anouska Hempel writes a story wherever she goes, leaving a bit of her personality in each place. Internationally recognized and honored by the press, Anouska Hempel is considered a benchmark in its field of action: the interior designer, exteriors and product designer, architecture and fashion couture visionary. Mentioned in 2002 Arquitectual Digest as one of the top 100 interior design in the world, is a notable figure in their midst , giving the project an originality of her personal imprint.
For the artist, each project should be seen as a small work of art, as an inheritance that can survive through time – from the past to the present and into the future. It is through a classic and mysterious oriental trend, that Anouska Hempel merges the luxury of antiques and contemporary pieces , with an theatrical and cozy composition, which almost seems to communicate, because it is so imaginative, sophisticated and visionary. Its her British origin that also influences her style, with shades of “lovely, glorious and strict”, and composing all elements as if they merely come together like it’s supposed to happen.
It is with this theatricality style, rich colors and worked textiles appealing to the senses, that Anouska Hempel decorates the interior of one of the first luxury boutique hotels in the world – the Blakes Hotel (1978). As well as that Hempel (the first minimalist hotel in London). Her work an also be seen in restaurants dispersed throughout the world, as Shy in Jakarta and Tom Aikens in London.