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Janine Stone & Co. In The LuxDeco100
Janine Stone & Co. are delighted this month to be listed in the 2020 edition of the Lux Deco 100.
About the list
Now in its second year, the annually published list serves to highlight the world’s leading interior designers and celebrate them for the creativity, industry impact and commitment to luxury design which they contribute to the design world.
“Celebrating incredible interiors and sharing them as inspiration for our community is one of our duties as a leading platform for luxury interiors—it goes hand-in-hand with our commitment to help people create beautiful homes,” explains Chief Creative Officer Jon Sharpe.
“The design world is brilliantly diverse and there are many interior designers who are really creating waves that will be felt for generations of designers to come. We were able to narrow the field down to 100 as we focused on our three criteria: creativity, industry impact and commitment to luxury design. As an international platform, our task was to identify those people who are making a difference in the design industry around the globe, not just one particular country, so this really does represent a world-wide snapshot of creative brilliance.”
Always aiming to view design through a lens of inclusivity, the list spotlights design studios whose primary bases span four continents and it has a 51 male/41 female split of Creative Directors with 8 studios having joint Heads of Design.
The LuxDeco 100 list will be promoted throughout the year to the brand’s 275,000 social media followers and database of over 150,000 interior design enthusiasts around the world. This will take the form of spotlighting the individual designers and their work, as well as collaborating with them on exciting new marketing initiatives such as dedicated edits featured on luxdeco.com.
What LuxDeco said about Janine Stone & Co.
“[Janine Stone & Co.] A private residential design firm in the truest sense, multi-disciplinary practice Janine Stone & Co. is notoriously discreet thanks to its association the world’s elite and their highly confidential projects. But that might be changing (at least where appropriate). This year, the studio is responding to design briefs set by the editors of House & Garden magazine to create swoon-worthy spaces—from Art-Deco boudoir to philanthropist’s library—offering many a peek into the studio’s well-appointed, bespoke interiors.”