Douglas Mackie is one of the most prolific designers of our time. He studied architecture at Cambridge University. After a year spent working in New York, the way to become an interior designer became clear. The patrician apartments of the upper east side had infinitely more appeal than the daily grind of door schedules and drainage plans in a Manhattan office.
Mackie came back to Cambridge, and completed the Diploma in architecture in 1988. He worked as a perspective artist, and architectural assistant where his skills as a draftsman remained in demand in the pre CAD rendering days.
We present you some of his most staggering projects concerning bathroom interior design, a true inspiration source for those who love the craft.
A mansion block apartment whose interiors were developed around the clients’ collection of contemporary Iranian art.
A 19th century house in London, previously an artist’s studio.
An 18th century lateral conversion in the heart of Marylebone, extensively renovated over a one year period.
A major refurbishment of a 6 storey townhouse, the house was designed in response to the clients’ brief as a classic English home.
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