STUDIO INDIGO. Architecturally Creative Interiors


A stunning portfolio of residential and commercial projects from award-winning internationally renowned design house Studio Indigo.

Founded in London in 2005 by architect and creative director Mike Fisher, Studio Indigo is a multilingual, multidisciplinary collective of architects, interior designers, technical experts, and project managers, all under one roof—a uniquely collaborative approach that is their secret to creating cohesive, superior spaces specifically tailored to each client. This stunning volume presents a curated portfolio of the studio’s projects, both residential and commercial, showcasing their much-lauded ability to reinterpret and redefine spaces with a quiet yet luxurious, timeless elegance.

From Victorian stucco houses and glamorous conversions of abandoned artists’ studios in London to the refurbishment of the quintessential English manor house, Ven House in the Cotswolds, and the creation of an award-winning luxury yacht, no two design projects are the same, but all share a combination of the best of historic and classical elements with the comfort and graciousness of modern living. Highlighting the studio’s diversity, architectural knowledge, and attention to detail, down to the most sumptuous and stylish of materials, finishes, and textures, Studio Indigo: Architecturally Creative Interiors cements the house’s reputation as a leading integrated creative design practice across the globe.

Mike Fisher is the architect behind the award-winning firm Studio Indigo, named after his favorite Imperial Russian color. While studying architecture in Scotland at the University of Dundee and urban design at Oxford Brookes University, Fisher developed a love of interiors and decoration, partially inspired by the glossy pages of The World of Interiors. With his leadership, this specialist studio has garnered a reputation for creating timelessly elegant yet luxurious spaces that tell their own story while also taking into account the building’s location and heritage. Fisher divides his time between London and Somerset, England.