Design duo Elliott March and James White – at the head of the architecture and interior design firm “March & White“ – bring its own unique approach when it comes to interior design exploring different concepts and styles. Their international resonance is due to their high-end projects, proposing them as the focal points of luxury style.
125 Greenwich – New York
Having met in school, while they were studying architecture, the future designers parted their ways to have their own experiences at separate architectural firms and, later on, they decided to found their company “March & White” in 2010. With three offices in London, New York, and Los Angeles and a team of over 45 people, their extremely diversified portfolio engages in luxurious superyacht interiors, in addition to residential, hospitality, commercial, and retail projects. A different division – “MW Bespoke” – is dedicated to the most exclusive residential clients.
“We come to these projectswith backgrounds in architecture and appreciate light, volume and space. This allows us a creative curiosity to explore beyond the normal boundaries of interior design.”
From hotels to members’ clubs to residential projects, March & White’s works are renowned for their exclusivity and cutting-edge approach, always capable of intersecting the architecture angle with the interior design one to provide comprehensive final projects, in which all elements have been thought over with the utmost care.
Devonshire Club – London
Their unique method – based on the maritime aesthetics of superyacht – tries to establish a connection between land and sea, extrapolating specific design elements and incorporating them in other contexts: narrations founded by simple objects, the craftsmanship that narrates its own identity itself.
M.Y. Top Gun (superyacht)
The Arts Club and Devonshire Club in London are among March & White’s most recognized works, with 125 Greenwich Street, an 88-story block in New York and Linea, a 91-meter superyacht influenced by Italian lifestyle.