Meet our design team
Our professionally trained designers will unlock all the possibilities for your kitchen, bathroom, wardrobe and laundry.
A curated team of design and project management experts
Our in-house designers are here to listen, present opportunities and guide you through the vast options available to make maximum practical use of space. Your designer is an essential relationship. For your convenience, she is your single point of contact—from design to installation—who is intimate with your design and requirements and can expertly project manage your trades.
Lucrezia studied Interior Design in her native Italy, inspired by the great Italian architect Renzo Piano, before moving to Australia.
Her focus to understand the person she’s designing for - their tastes and desires, but also their constraints. She builds a vision for her client around the picture they have painted for her.
She sees opportunity where others might see restrictions, and uses her skills to improve a given space in line with character that will be poured into it. She looks for the perfect balance between aesthetic and practicality.
As a true Italian, Lucrezia considers the kitchen to be the main room of the house. It’s where most colourful moments of our lives happen, so it has to be designed to support those moments - to look good, feel good and be practical.
Jessica combines an analytical mind with her formal training at the Commercial Arts Training College in Sydney.
For her, designing a kitchen is like solving a puzzle. Piece by piece, she enjoys the challenges that make her imagination work that little bit harder, with a particular fascination with designing small kitchens where constraints push her creativity.
She draws inspiration from nature. When designing a space, she cares for colours and natural tones, and is drawn to the asymmetry visible in organic structures.
For Jessica, the kitchen is a space to socialise, to create and share life’s greatest pleasures with family and friends.
Suzanne is a tactile person who is enchanted by nature’s textures. With a degree in Interior Design and Decorating, she weaves inspiration from the outdoors into the central room of the home.
For her, designing bespoke living spaces is a very human exercise, equal parts collaborative, imaginative and practical. It all starts with understanding the people who will be living in it, and leads to a creatively designed space that supports and elevates their lifestyle.
Suzanne sees the kitchen is a meeting place for family and friends. Today, it’s often an open space and she believes it should be imagined accordingly.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Karen came to Australia at 18 and studied Social Work, Interior Design before proceeding to study Fine Arts majoring in painting. Her portraits have been hung in the prestigious Portia Geach and the Mosman Art Prize.
As a portrait artist, Karen studies a space like she would a face. She carefully examines the bone structure before using her skills and technique to apply design principles within a given space.
Karen sees the kitchen as a space that needs to last, and accommodate the lifestyle of each client, taking into account every family member
With a bachelors degree in interior architecture at the University of Technology Sydney in hand, Laura was invited on a global studios tour in 2019 to IKEA headquarters in Älmhult, Sweden to work on a collaborative project with their design team.
For Laura, design should be functional yet unique. With curation as key, she sees spaces as an extension of its inhabitants, full of personality and life.
The kitchen, which she considers to be the heart of the house, is a place for creating, gathering, socialising and eating. As a daily used space, custom design is necessary to create an inviting environment tailored to people’s home and lifestyle.