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Creating a sense of serenity built upon contrasting elements and quiet layers – these are the hallmarks of Patricia’s instinctive style. “I believe that designing a residence involves listening to the clients aspirations and absorbing the surroundings… creating a bridge between imagination and reality.”

Patricia Stewart has over twenty years of professional experience in the design industry, working on projects in Australia, Asia and the Middle East. She graduated with a Bachelor of Design from the University of South Australia and resides in Sydney, Australia.

Patricia specialises in interior architecture and is committed to interpreting clients’ aspirations. Ranging from intimate spaces to entire developments, Patricia is involved in all aspects of the project from conception to completion, including project scope, design and specifications, and project management. She works with an experienced team of architects, builders and artisans to deliver outstanding craftsmanship. Her projects have been featured in publications in Australia and internationally.

Patricia travels extensively and is experienced in sourcing, buying and importing goods, and supervising installations. Finding inspiration in many cultures, Patricia is especially drawn to pieces that are a blend of Eastern and Western aesthetic which evoke memories and contain intrinsic beauty.

Creating a sense of serenity built upon contrasting elements and quiet layers – these are the hallmarks of Patricia’s instinctive style. “I believe that designing a residence involves listening to the clients aspirations and absorbing the surroundings… creating a bridge between imagination and reality.”

Selecting from a palette of timeworn materials contrasted with unexpected and luxurious finishes, Patricia is able to create unique, highly personalised and timeless designs for her clients.

“Her choice of materials works beautifully with her design intention, as they add texture, a graceful complexity, and a sense of luxury to the spaces” Vogue Living 2010.