Featured Partner: Emily Todhunter
Esteemed London designer Emily Todhunter was one of the first to work with O Ecotextiles. She is using our fabrics brilliantly in her exclusive residential and commercial interiors.
Emily began her career in 1988 as a specialist painter. Her first interior design commission was the New York nightclub Au Bar, in 1988. Subsequently she became well known in London for the design of fashionable clubs and restaurants.
In 1998, she joined with designer Kate Earle to create Todhunter Earle Interiors. Their design studio is based in a large converted warehouse in Chelsea. The majority of the company's work is residential although it undertakes a wide variety of projects internationally from conception to completion.
By 1999 the enlarged company had designed twelve restaurants and three hotels; Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons for Raymond Blanc, The Vineyard at Stockcross, Newbury, and St. Enodoc Hotel in Cornwall.
More recent projects include: 55m Feadship launched in March 2005, Chateau in France, Castle in Ireland, a 32 room Hotel in Guernsey, Barclays Bank executive suites and chairman's office and a house in Santiago, Chile.
O Ecotextiles is proud of our association with such a talented designer.