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Lauren Rottet

President & Founding Principal, Rottet Studio

Lauren Rottet is arguably the most accomplished interior architect and designer of our generation. She was the first woman in history to be elevated to Fellow status by both the American Institute of Architects and the International Interior Design Association and her impressive career has been celebrated by the design industry’s top honours, including 4-time Designer of the Year Awards by Interiors, Interior Design, Boutique Design, BLLA and Architect magazine; Hospitality Design magazine’s coveted Platinum Circle designation; Interior Design Hall of Fame; and the inaugural inductee into the Women in Design Hall of Fame.

As the founding principal & president of Rottet Studio, Lauren Rottet has played a significant role in shaping the design landscape of the world’s leading luxury hotels, cruise lines, high-rise residential, homes and offices for Fortune 500 companies and Forbes 100 individuals around the world. Rottet is celebrated for tailoring her innovative and sophisticated designs, which combine a deep understanding of architecture with a keen eye for interior detail, to each client to ensure every project is unique. From Bill Gates and Lloyd Blankfein to The Beverly Hills Hotel and Belmond Cap Juluca, to The New York Stock Exchange and Central Park Tower in Manhattan to the Viking’s River, Ocean and Expedition ships in waters around the globe.

After a successful career with SOM and AECOM, Ms Rottet founded Rottet Studio in 2008 and her famed furniture line, Rottet Collection in 2017. Rottet does not stop with architecture, interior design or product design, she is well known for her expertise in Concepting and Branding an overall development, Landscape Design and Art Curation. These efforts have been recognized in countless publications through various industry-leading magazines and every honour imaginable from Best of Year to over 10 Chicago Athenaeum GOOD Design Awards for her product designs. The influence of Rottet’s design has no boundaries.