Fuel your imagination with our fortnightly edit of creatives and photographers who take Instagram to a whole new level, curated by writer Marcia Veiga. From interior stylists and architects to visionary image-makers, we bring you a curation of global talent that will elevate your feed and inspire your own creative output.

Emma Paterson, film enthusiast and literary agent

 

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Emma Paterson combines her love of film and interior design on her digital platform, Celluloidhomes, which surveys the history of cinema from the perspective of interior spaces. Her feed champions the overlooked rooms and backdrops where stories unfold, from a grand villa in Capri to sparsely furnished apartments in inner-city neighbourhoods; these cinematic spaces are an antidote to lockdown anxiety.

 

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Jonathan Tuckey, architect

British architect Jonathan Tuckey is the founding face behind Jonathan Tuckey Design known for remodelling and radically transforming old buildings for new roles via clever interventions, e.g. Mews House in Paddington London. The studio’s trademark neutral palette, woodwork and high facing windows are ever-present in each post, proving that modernising means simplicity.

Lina Zedig and Marcus Ahrén, founders of Oyyo

When Lina Zedig and Marcus Ahrén first met over two decades ago, it was love at first sight. When the opportunity arose they moved to Stockholm to open their independent design studio together in 2011. Oyyo’s carefully constructed carpets integrate traditional techniques, sustainability and reflect the pair’s passion for fibres. And with their recent weaving workshops, they’ve begun sharing their love – one thread at a time.

Fanny Ollas, designer

 

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Another Stockholm creative is Fanny Ollas, who has a background in fashion but swapped threads for clay in 2015. Her practice and account explores visual storytelling and gives form to different mental states and emotions. She describes it as ‘A surreal fantasy world in the borderland of innocent fairy tale and melancholic dystopia’. That said, Ollas encourages the viewer not to take her word for it but discover and create their own story from it.

 

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Samuel Amoia, interior artist and hotelier

 

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Named by Vogue as ‘one of the Young Interior Designers to watch’ Samuel Amoia has taken his extensive international travel and executed important residential projects across the globe. In 2015, he joined forces with his brother and launched ‘AMOIA Studio‘ combining his vision for design, colour, texture and furniture to debut the same innovative approach showcased on his Instagram.

 

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