We are delighted & privileged to once again be included in the House & Garden list of the top 100 interior designers & architects, that has both influenced and tracked the progress of our industry over the last 23 years
HZI are delighted to announce the first of a unique collaboration with long-standing friend and collaborator, Liliane Fawcett, founder of Themes & Variations. A joint exhibition will open this November; a series of room sets will be created showcasing an exemplary collection of post-war and contemporary furniture, lighting and artwork.
For over ten years our founder Hubert Zandberg has been travelling to Rio and collecting the art and furniture of this incredible city. For roughly the same period, Frescobol Carioca have been creating resortwear and original prints inspired by the city’s visual culture and inhabitants.
Following our inclusion in Kaleidoscope last year we are very pleased to have our work featured once more in two new publications from one of our favourite publishers Gestalten; Bohemian Residence and Take a Bath.
Celebrating many of nature's elements - wood, metal, stone and raw fibres - the living room of Zandberg's own Berlin pied-à-terre speaks to what he calls "the relation between primitivism and modernism"
4th of May 2017 Press Launch: Talitha Lifestyle Concept Showroom in association with HZI
In a first-of-its-kind project for Hubert Zandberg, the interior designer was approached by luxury fashion house Talitha to create an innovative lifestyle experience for the brand’s first concept showroom in Notting Hill, London.
When applied to a person, “moody” isn’t especially flattering. But describing a room? The term conjures up mystery and quiet, rich fabrics and deep colors — a melancholy afternoon spent with a gothic novel or hushed conversations amid candles and red wine.
SOULFUL KITCHENS WITH STATE-OF-THE-ART TECHNOLOGY
'A more eclectic approach to kitchen design that blends individual, vintage pieces with 21st century functionality is adding sought-after soul to the heart of the home', says Lucia van der Post.