FIONA BARRATT-CAMPBELL: TOP 3 INTERIOR DESIGN PROJECTS
Sometimes the environment sets the tone for everything that is to come. That’s what happened to renowned interior designer Fiona Barratt-Campbell: with decisive roots in the design industry and a discovered passion for interiors, her creations resembles her personality and are based on the special relationship that she establishes with a client and the special location.
The Savoy Hotel (London)
Her first education and experiences into the design world are due to her birthplace – Northumberland – and the giant presence of her grandfather, Barratt Home’s founder Sir Lawrie Barratt, who established one of the largest residential property development companies in the UK; later on, Fiona Barratt-Campbell decided to switch architecture with interior designer and studied at Chelsea College of Art in London, and the Parsons School of Design in New York.
Westminster apartment (London)
“Achieving client satisfaction is, for me, the proudest moment.”
This full setting has shaped her aesthetic and led the way to the many awards she received for her glamorous projects: founded in 2006, her interior design firm, Fiona Barratt Interiors, displays an interdisciplinary approach dealing with various services – from furniture and lighting to architecture and interior design – with a passionate and expert team, capable of reaching original solutions for every project.
Northumberland (United Kingdom)
Fiona Barratt-Campbell’s philosophy was transparent since her first project – a lavish refurbishment of a ski chalet in Verbier for business tycoon Richard Branson – and became more focused on providing to her clients a luxury yet comfortable atmosphere, where the exclusivity and sumptuousness of the ambiance is been evoked by the contrast between luxurious quality and functionality; different textures and a mix of modern pieces and antiques give the ultimate touch to her style.
In 2014, after launching the furniture brand FBC London, the British designer presented FBC London Privé, the first limited edition furniture collection, and opened a store on Pimlico Road – FBC London – where is possible to buy her furniture collection.