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.

Frédéric Pellenq, architect

 

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Since graduating in 2016, Parisian-born architect Frédéric Pellenq specialised in smaller-scale objects that combine manufacturing with innovative design. His creative approach delves into space, light and material as concepts. In 2018, he won the ‘Designer Of The Year Readers’ award, hosted by AP Germany and his digital grid exemplifies how his furniture and ornaments enrich every environment.

Jae Joo, interior designer

 

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New York-based South Korean designer Jae Joo has enticing careers in her catalogue. From graduating college with a degree in performance opera to years in the fashion industry, the interior designer is known for creating eclectic homes. Her Instagram account illustrates how she deploys drama and playfulness to create happy environments for her clients.

 

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Joel van Lieshout, founder of Atelier Van Lieshout

Sculptor Joep Van Lieshout founded his eponymous design studio in Rotterdam in 1995. His work unpicks the mythology of ‘artistic genius’,  investigating manufacturing processes and mass-production to find the boundary between fantasy and functionality. Instagram offers a glimpse of how Atelier Van Lieshout turns to life, sex, power and death for inspiration.

Erena Te Paa, homemaker and self-taught interior designer

New Zealand based Erena Te Paa commends her resourceful grandma as the source of her own creative flair. The self-taught interior designer, stylist, writer and proud homemaker finds therapy filling her space with sleek, classic and light-filled decor.

Daniel Slowik, interior decorator

British interior decorator Daniel Slowik is the associate director of the iconic design firm Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler, founded in the 1930s. A lover of auction houses and self-described redacted traditionalistic, Slowik finds integrating old with new as the essence of successful design. His social account evokes sophisticated elegance and low-key luxury and is quintessentially British.

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