Cormac Lynch is an acclaimed AD 100 Interior Architect, Interior Designer & Advisor. Cormac is from Dublin in Ireland, he studied Fine Art at The Institute of Art & Design in Dun Laoghaire and further studied at The Dublin Institute of Technology where he received a BA in Design, specialising in Interior and Furniture Design. He also studied Interior Architecture at The Utrecht School of the Arts in The Netherlands. He was awarded Architectural Digest's prestigious AD 100 Award in India in 2018, 2019 & 2020.
Cormac has worked in various high-end Architectural and Interior Design Studios in Dublin, London, Dubai and Mumbai. Having undertaken high-profile projects in London, Dublin, Paris, Dubai, Riyadh, Marrakesh, and many more, he has established himself in Mumbai, where he continues to work on various high-end residential interiors, restaurants, bars, 5-star hotels and resorts.
Cormac’s aesthetic is layered, elegant, sophisticated and diverse. For Cormac good design pays particular attention to space and location – the building itself and it’s surroundings. As such, his work is not represented through one distinct design style but places emphasis on the space and the client. A lover a of all styles, his creative designs are filled with a mix of different architectural design styles, materials, colours, and unique objects, that belong to different periods and places but co-exist in a harmonious way. His style is comfortable and engaging and he assists his clients to express their personalities, creating truly individual spaces.
Cormac likes working collaboratively with his clients in order to bridge personal, practical and aesthetic considerations. He often develops long lasting relationships, working with them over a period of years as their businesses, homes and lifestyles evolve.
Above all else, Cormac believes that a space should be an experience. Beyond the mere visual details, a well-designed space should appeal to all senses and take its users on a journey. Cormac's designs focus on the space – balancing layout, functionality and the wonderfully unexpected. This design philosophy reflects his theoretical and practical training in art, design and architecture from which stem an indepth understanding and appreciation of history, beauty, scale, proportion & contemporary arts