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Linda Boronkay Launches Design Studio

Most recently, she led a team at Soho House

November 17, 2020
Linda Boronkay Launches Design Studio

Designer Linda Boronkay has founded her own interior architecture and design studio comprising a multidisciplinary team of professionals with expertise in hospitality, residential, and commercial as well as product design and branding. The studio opens with projects spanning three continents, specifically in London, Los Angeles, and Sydney.

Boronkay’s 12-year career has seen her work for an impressive roster of global clients. Most recently, she led a team of nearly 100 colleagues at Soho House where she took overall design responsibility for members’ clubs in Asia, Europe and the UK, overseeing hotel rooms, restaurants, bars, lounges, event and coworking spaces, bespoke furniture lines, and home accessories. Prior to joining Soho House in 2016, the designer held positions at top design practices including Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, Tara Bernerd & Partners, Tom Dixon and Woods Bagot, collaborating on sites and destinations for Caprice Holdings, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Greenland Group, Morgans (now sbe), Nobu Global, Qantas, Starwood Capital and Virgin Hotels.

“Despite the challenges of 2020, I’ve been fortunate to be offered some amazing opportunities, which means the timing feels right to open a studio with a close-knit and talented team,” says Boronkay. “Drawing on our collective experience of more than 70 years, we offer a highly customized experience to clients, responding to their individuality, needs and desires first and foremost. Based on detailed research and an immersive attitude, our distinctive concepts embrace everything from interior architecture and design through to loose furnishings and everyday accessories.”

Photo: Linda Boronkay

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