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.

Ron Goh, designer

 

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Malaysian digital designer Ron Goh moved to New Zealand in his twenties in search of independence. Despite being miles away from home, an urban jungle theme remains prominent in his heart and home inside a 1920s converted garage. Goh has decorated the penthouse, retaining its original features and adding vintage pieces from his design store Mr Homebody. His Instagram gives snapshots of the alluring abode – available to rent via Airbnb.

 

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Sarah Peddicord, runner, designer and founder of Buca Studios

 

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Having spent most of her childhood ziplining, swimming or trampolining in Los Angeles, it was only a matter of time before Sarah Peddicord turned her attention to marathons.  The creative is part of the Nike Women’s Marathon project – a pursuit that frequently appears on her grid, alongside shots from her professional life as an interior designer. Peddicord describes the launch of her studio BUCA as ‘alignment’ for the parts of herself, and her Instagram account flaunts the artistry running through her veins. (Excuse the pun).

 

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Salem Charabi, architect

 

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Salem Charabi’s infuses his Egyptian and Danish roots into every design he posts on his social platform. A graduate of The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, Charabi harnesses his heritage to empower his professional practice and imbue it with sophistication, whether he is renovating a Michelin-starred restaurant or designing a decorative screen.

 

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Camila Navas, artist, art collector and founder of Nlumec

 

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Camila Navas and her architect partner offer DIY renovation tips and interior inspiration through her grid, having modernised their Brooklyn warehouse loft. A proud artist, art collector and now CEO of a candle company, Navas describes her home as the ‘bridging’ of two creatives and has plastered the space with artistic relics from across the globe.

 

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David Lucido, interior designer

 

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Before pivoting into the world of interiors, David Lucido worked as a graphic designer for Nickelodeon and MTV, honing his keen eye for details. The New York and Palm Beach-based designer has a knack for injecting warmth into his projects and inviting digital guests into a space of comfort.

 

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