"It's all about you".
Serving the YOO tribe internationally, the studio has completed individual residences and hotels as well as bringing to fruition the visions of Creative Directors Philippe Starck, Marcel Wanders, Jade Jagger and Kelly Hoppen. This gives YOO Studio a unique design DNA that could only come from working with the world’s best.
Headed by Mark Davison, the studio’s experience is enhanced by its diversity of over 20 architects, interior and product designers with big imaginations, providing a choice of looks and styles to suit the lifestyles of today’s modern dwellers.
The YOO Studio’s global design expertise has developed a unique understanding of designing in different cultures, to create projects that respect and enliven the cultures in which they live.
The team prides itself on taking on board the local context: “We’re not here to export European design around the world. We do a lot of research on the local context and weave that back in to the project,” says Mark Davison. “We know how to deliver unique spaces, and at different cost points.”
Philippe Starck needs no introduction - he’s undoubtedly the world’s most revered living designer. For four decades, he has liberally spread his creativity and ideas across the design landscape, putting his mark on everything from toothbrushes, motorbikes, sanitary ware, restaurants and even the presidential Elysee Palace.
Jade began her career as an artist in the late 1980’s. After studying painting in Florence she held numerous successful exhibitions of her works before her freewheeling entrepreneurial spirit led her to set up ‘Jade’, applying a colourful, relaxed aesthetic to one-of-a-kind jewellery pieces.
Marcel Wanders is a product and interior designer who has earned international acclaim for his unique, decorative modern style. Named by Wallpaper* as one of the leading designers of the last 15 years, Marcel’s star first rose in 1996 with the design of the iconic Knotted Chair.
Steve is lauded as one of the world’s leading architects and designers. His work is based on a strong and unique character of minimalism, with a skilful infusion of Asian culture and arts, resulting in rich and textured environments.
Sussanne Khan has practised the art of design for 15 years. She is the founder of India’s leading conceptual interior design store, “The Charcoal Project”. The store came to life in 2011 and changed the meaning of curated interior design in India.