Gabriel Holland has over 18 years of interior design experience which started when working with her parents both of whom are award winning architects. This was followed by 5 years as Senior Designer for Plain English Design in London before Gabriel set up her own business.
For six years Gabriel also worked on behalf of Farrow & Ball as one of their three appointed Colour Consultants advising on paint colours for historic buildings & private homes. Previously Gabriel had studied Painting & Graphic Design & worked at The Tate Gallery for three years where she gained an appreciation & understanding of fine art.
Gabriel's work takes her right across London & the South and she has worked on a wide array of projects. Completed projects include an unusual Arts & Crafts House in the Cotswolds, an Art Dealer's office in St James', a barrister's chambers, a public library for Dorset County Council as well as number of houses in London & beachside properties along the south coast.
Lisa is a London based freelance interior designer who regularly works with Gabriel Holland Interior Design. Lisa formerly worked with Gabriel at Plain English Design where they shared a passion for design and a sense of fun.
Lisa has a brilliant eye for research and discovering the quirky and unusual. She has a great understanding of pattern and putting together found objects and we always work with her when we require something to surprise or amaze our clients.
Lisa has previously worked for Terry Farrell Architects, Paper & Paint Library and Suzy Hoodless.
John Bullock is a lighting designer with a huge amount of experience of all aspects of interior and exterior architectural lighting. He is an expert on eco lighting and regularly contributes to trade magazines and shows. He is the lighting consultant that we always use when a bespoke lighting scheme is required and he always understands and enhances our designs.
We have worked with him on a wide range of projects where specialist lighting was required including a hospice reception, a 1920's beachside house, the entrance lobby of a Thames side warehouse apartment block and a cliff top contemporary holiday home.