LUKE EDWARD HALL
Luke Edward Hall is a London-based artist and designer. His work encompasses interior and fabric design, illustration and ceramics. Luke graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2012 after studying menswear fashion design and from 2011 until 2013 he ran a thriving online antiques shop along with two friends, opening pop-up shops in London and New York City. He went on to work for a London-based architectural and interior designer before establishing his own studio in the autumn of 2015.
Luke held his first exhibition of drawings and paintings and a pop-up shop in Bloomsbury in April 2016. During this time he also took part in a group exhibition entitled Young Bright Things at David Gill Gallery and in September 2016 he curated an exhibition of art and design at Christie’s in London.
As well as working on interior design projects in London and the countryside, Luke has collaborated with a variety of companies including Burberry, Samsung, Stubbs & Wootton and the Parker Palm Springs hotel in California. A January 2016 Vogue.com article described him as ‘the interior design world’s 26-year-old wunderkind’.