James Dawson is described as the 'dark horse' of the interior design industry as he continues to create unique, sophisticated and luxurious spaces for his discerning clients.
James' work is featured regularly in international and local publications such as Belle, Vogue Living, Home Design, Grand Designs, Artichoke, Metropolitan Home Malaysia, Ukraine Décor, Architectural Digest and Coveted Magazine.
Drawing his talent from the Parisian influences and study of arts and interior architecture, James' eye for all things natural and beautiful is resembled in each of his projects. Each work is imbued with life and vision and creates a deep emotional chord for his clients, says James.
Named one of the Top 100 Iconic Design Names in the World, James' natural ability for design and adaptive eye makes him a true artist –a one of a kind, that connects interiors and people in a seemingly effortless way.
With studies in a Bachelor of Arts (Interior Architecture), James advocates the professionalism of the interior design industry and has made many public appearance on the topic. He continues to travel to Europe each year to source and learn about new product designs, materials and processes.
Our design process adopts a cohesive voice and strong partnerships with each project and client.
The design team prides itself on specialised attention to detail and intimate collaboration for each project.
Our general project process includes:
Client Briefing– Idea's captured to achieve desired aesthetics by our interior designers
Concept design– Schematic concept designs to convey our approach and design intentions
Design development– Product specifications, schedules and costings for client approval
Implementation– Products ordered and manufactured to design specification.
Our award winning design practice has developed a reputation for quality interior design and decoration in both residential and commercial environments.
The high level of personal consultation and collaboration brings design solutions that are client focused and always sympathetic to context and function.