Andrew Martin International

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Andrew Martin International is a British design house. Founded in London in 1978, the company is now present in 63 countries with flagship showrooms in London, New York City, Los Angeles, Moscow, Dubai, Cairo and Beijing.


Fusion Interiors[edit]

Andrew Martin is credited with creating the design philosophy of Fusion Interiors. Fusion Interiors is built around the idea of melding influences from different global cultures. Over the years Andrew Martin pioneered some of the most significant trends including the Oriental vogue of the 1990s and the African influence of the following decade, which gave rise to the "Indiana Jones of interior design" label Evening Standard 2003 *[1]

International Interior Designer of the Year Award[edit]

Andrew Martin is responsible for organising the International Interior Designer of the Year Award. The award is the pinnacle of the interior design industry and is described by the London Times as “the Oscars of interior design industry”. Past winners have included Kelly Hoppen MBE, Jorge Cañete in 2014,[2] Jamie Drake,Martyn Lawrence-Bullard and One Plus Partnership Ltd.(Ajax Law & Virginia Lung). Clients of Andrew Martin include HRH The Queen, Tony Blair, Madonna and the Beckhams. Andrew Martin was founded by Martin Waller who is still Chairman today. As well as designing residences, in the 1980s Martin worked on James Bond film sets. He has edited 15 editions of the Andrew Martin Design Review and produced two other titles and written widely on travel, hotels and design for a range of publications including the Financial Times.



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  2. ^ "Awards". Interior Design Philosophy (in French). Retrieved 2016-12-23. 

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