Interior Design Year Book

Interior Design Yearbook

Published every year in September, the Interior Design Yearbook brings together the best of the interiors industry, and presents itself as the ultimate sourcebook, aimed specifically at interior designers, architects, specifiers and key buyers in the interior design marketplace.

London bachelor apartment

Cigal Kaplan has designed this well sited sub penthouse, creating a contemporary space, with an emphasis on functionality. The client had a mixture of eclectic tastes and interests, and Cigal has created a space which is personal while emphasising the property’s main selling point, it’s gorgeous view. The property overlooks the entirety of central London and the city from the main open plan living and dining area. A balcony is truly a luxury in London so to have two is a bonus. These are located in the living room and master bedroom and the scheme here matches with both rooms adding a lovely point of interest for those looking at views 34 stories up.  
The images chosen by the Editor are her choice. I received the maximum amount of pages which is 6. No designer gets more than 6 pages and many get 4 or even 2. 
Hard copy is being sold till September 2023
Interior Design 2023