This acclaimed designer, environmentalist and philanthropist passionately believes that good design supports well-being for our world and its inhabitants. Clodagh defines her approach as “life-enhancing minimalism – everything that you need, but nothing more than what you need." As a leader in sustainable design, Clodagh uses authentic materials and natural elements to enrich her projects with unmistakable warmth and beauty, appealing to all the senses. The experience of entering a Clodagh-designed space is one of blissful serenity.
Her multi-disciplinary design practice oversees a wide range of eco-conscious projects including hotels, residential buildings, spas, private residences, restaurants, retail stores and showrooms, offices, women’s apparel, packaging and branding, home furnishings, luxury yachts and private jets.
Accolades for the Irish-born, New-York based designer include the Interior Design Hall of Fame and Hospitality Design Platinum Circle, Architectural Digest’s Top 100 Designers in the World, Robb Report’s Top 10 Interior Designers in the World and Traditional Home’s Top Twenty Design Icons. Among her philanthropic efforts, she is a co-founder and board member of Thorn Tree Project, providing educational opportunities for young people in Kenya.
Reverse-painted glass, designed by Clodagh