23, Jun 2022 | Inspirations
Muza Lab looks for tales in every location where they work. They let curiosity run wild in the landscape.
Investigating its past and questioning its personality until it has told them everything there is to know about it. It has folklore, oddities, and crafts. They create a new story with these things in their hands.
Muza tinkers and investigates. After that, they refine and edit. The soul of a location is therefore intertwined into the sensations of its surroundings.
Muza Lab combines them to create something powerful, unforgettable, and magical.
Inge Moore and Nathan Hutchins formed MUZA Lab to produce outstanding, unrivaled interior designs that are inspired by their sincere passion for uncovering the legends, culture, color, and crafts that make each region unique.
The team focuses solely on one-of-a-kind luxury projects around the world, infusing each concept with careful thinking and deep creativity to create moving designs that elicit memorable magic.
The incredible magnitude of their work, all planned out from behind the closed doors of their inconspicuous Notting Hill mews workshop, is another reminder of how much of a creative hub this region remains today.
Muza Lab is at the forefront of a strong community of design visionaries who choose to work, live, and be inspired by our vibrant, creative small piece of London, whether it means nurturing creativity here or taking it to far-flung corners of the globe, as Muza Lab does.
Residential projects in London and Barcelona; the redesign of a 1931 vintage superyacht; Kanuhura Resort in the Maldives; Rocco Forte hotel in Shanghai; Four Seasons, Kingdom Tower, Jeddah; Ananda resort in Goa; a luxury golf club and bar in Saudi Arabia; and Grosvenor House in Park Lane, London are among his current and recent projects.
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