Stephen Dick – Interior Designer
Stephen Dick set up RESIDENCE in London in 2007 to focus on the types of projects he loves best: the creation of highly individual, stunning, living spaces, unique to each client, their home, and their surroundings.
Highly trained, his design expertise includes high-end residential and commercial projects and international five-star hotels in London and beyond. For years he worked for award-winning architects and design practices – including being part of the Jestico + Whiles team when they were awarded Interior Designers of the Year – before establishing RESIDENCE in London in 2007.
He was a finalist in KBB’s Bathroom Designer of the Year Awards 2019, and a finalist in the International Design Excellence Awards 2014. He is also an idfx/BIID awards finalist and a previous winner of the Veedon Fleece design competition.
In other design publications, his illustrations were recently featured in a definitive text on Interior Design Drawing; and he has been included in the Andrew Martin Interior Design Review – a collection of the industry’s leading lights.
He is a full member of the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID). The BIID is the pre-eminent body in the Interior Design industry in the United Kingdom, and upholds rigorous entry requirements covering training, experience and professionalism, and monitors the on-going professional development of all of its members.
A high-flyer at London’s renowned Inchbald School of Design, he graduated with top marks and distinctions in both the Diploma & Post-graduate Diploma in Architectural Interior Design. He was awarded the annual Principal’s Prize for his outstanding talent and creativity. After years of experience in the industry he was also in demand back at the school as a design tutor and lecturer.
Before answering his true calling in interior design, Stephen worked for ten years in the Fine Art market in Lloyd’s of London – his professionalism and discerning eye serving him well in his design career.
Any luxury of spare time sees cycling and running over the South Downs, life drawing, listening to his vast music collection and strumming his beloved Telecaster – much to the distress of his wife.
Contact Stephen on 07976 723 425 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your project and how we can help.