Michael Keech and Graham Green work principally for private clients on both sides of the Atlantic, and are perfectionists par excellence: bespoke furniture is a speciality. They make it their mission to source extraordinary or unusual finishes, too. Keech Green’s architectural interiors are glamorous, restrained and tailored, and – as their many repeat clients know – include beautifully crafted cabinetry and a subtly colourful palette.
The pair left their respective positions at Ralph Lauren to launch Keech Green in 2002. At their Chelsea Harbour design studio they have grown into a team of eight, and like to work with ‘the finest craftspeople and materials’.
The team is working on commissions including an apartment and a duplex penthouse in Mayfair, a 2,250-square-metre newbuild house development, a newbuild house in Hampstead, and the refurbishment of an apartment in Geneva for an existing client. Recently completed projects are as far flung as Moscow, Geneva and New York.
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