David Bentheim

After completing his degree, interior designer David Bentheim gained his Master at The Royal College of Art where he studied under Sir Hugh and Lady Casson. His company Bentheim was established in 1984. It then specialised in exhibition and museum design, working on commercial as well as gallery and museum projects. The Earths Treasury at the National Museum, designed 20 years ago is still a cutting-edge design and still packs in the crowds. David Attenborough, in an end of year radio interview, said it was his top cultural event of the year. Bentheim designs shops and restaurants chiefly in London, both in the luxury sector as well as mass market level. Its wide-ranging work has embraced school, university, office and hospital projects plus the occasional cruise ship. David also has a wide portfolio of boutique hotel designs as well as an international portfolio of luxury residential projects. David’s work has been much published and he is one of House & Garden’s top 100 designers.

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An opinionated interior designer in the UK

Feature / 14 November 2018

In the latest of an occasional series, interior designer David Bentheim reflects on the sympathetic and profitable makeovers of a brace of English hotels.

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