Mlinaric, Henry, And Zervudachi: 10 Amazing Design Projects – Mlinaric, Henry, And Zervudachi have been designing homes and commercial projects around the world since 1964. Join The Most Expensive Homes blog and be inspired by Mlinaric, Henry & Zervudachi‘s interior design projects!
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The company was first established by David Mlinaric and in its early years worked on important London and country houses, often in association with The National Trust. The group now works globally on an extensive range of projects – private houses, yachts, galleries, and commercial developments including retail, residential, and hotels.
Past projects have included, in the public sector – London’s National and National Portrait Galleries, Victoria & Albert Museum, Royal Opera House, and British embassies in Washington and Paris. Hotels Aurelio (Lech), Regent (Porto Montenegro), and Admiralty Arch Model Rooms (London).
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The main work though is in the private residential sector, with current projects in London, Paris, Gstaad, Athens, Rome, Rotterdam, New York, Washington DC, Connecticut, and New Delhi. Historically, the company’s client base has been extremely loyal with many returning clients and much of the new business is by referral.
Initially, Mlinaric, Henry & Zervudachi work very closely with the client on the architectural plans and details in order to ensure the spaces function harmoniously. In order to achieve this, comprehensive architectural drawing packages are prepared by the drawing studio.
Collaboration and quality of craftsmanship are extremely important to Mlinaric, Henry & Zervudachi. The company works with highly skilled cabinetmakers, upholsterers, curtain makers, artisans, and artists where each detail is considered carefully.
Mlinaric, Henry & Zervudachi most often work as part of a larger design team and has extensive experience in working with many and varied architectural practices worldwide, as well as the specialist consultants associated with such projects.
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