UK interior design studio Mlinaric, Henry & Zervudachi has a world-class reputation spanning half a century for beautiful and understated interior design and decoration.
The company was first established in 1964 by David Mlinaric (as David Mlinaric Ltd) and in its early years worked on interior design and decoration of important London and country houses, often in association with The National Trust. It now works globally on an extensive range of projects, ranging from private houses to commercial work including retail, galleries and hotels.
Past projects have included London’s National Gallery, the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Royal Opera House, Spencer House, the Aurelio hotel in Lech and British embassies in Washington and Paris as well as numerous houses for private clients, often with extensive art collections.
Current projects include working as interior design consultants to Porto Montenegro, a new marina in the Mediterranean, and the Regent Hotel and associated residential developments. Historically, the client base has been extremely loyal with many returning clients and much of our new business is by referral.
There are two offices in London and Paris who work both independently and collaboratively.
Take a look at the fantastic interior created in cooperation with Arquitecture by Kengo Kuma located in Tokio.