Clichés are normally overstatements, but here, they have space. Scandinavian design is special, and it does what it’s supposed to. There are thousands of fantastic Scandinavian and Scandinavian-style interior designers, and here you’ll meet some of our favourites. Scroll down for more.
Fyra is one of the leading interior design agencies in Finland. Established in 2010, this interior design agency specialises in working environments, retail, hotel and restaurant spaces. Their style is always client-focused and elevated, with a strong focus on pre-existing architecture and legacy.
Founded in 2005 by Signe Bindslev Henriksen and Peter Bundgaard Rützoum, Space Coppenhagen is a critically-acclaimed interior design and architecture studio. Their approach is self-named as “Poetic Modernism”, which is characterised by contrast, balancing opposites, and minimalism.
Emma has been working in interior design for over a decade, and her style is mysterious, sophisticated and playful. While keeping Scandinavian principles of neutrality and good design close to her interiors, her spaces are uniquely personal and chic.
Tegnestuen LOKAL is a Danish interior design and architecture studio founded in 2015. Their objective is to create future-proof, sustainable designs that respects and further develops their Nordic cultural heritage.
Norwegian-founded studio Kvistad is proud of their Scandinavian heritage, and willing to play with futuristic and playful elements. They focus on commercial and working spaces full of joy and excitmenet.
Ingela is passionate about creating sustainable interiors that prioritise genuineness and warmth. Her colour palette is subdued, and unafraid of using pockets of darkness to create balance and comfort.
Yatofu is a Helsinki-based international interior design studio. Their projects span many countries and cultures, which makes their designs almost liminal in their otherworldliness and simplicity.