The Iconic Home: 13 Black Designers You Need to Know

Recognized by AD as “One to Watch,” Graziolo is the founder of Yellow House Architects, a New York City–based studio. Prior to establishing her own firm, Graziolo was a partner at Peter Pennoyer Architects and also spent time at Cicognani Kalla Architects. She is a graduate of the Cooper Union, where she is now a trustee. In 2018, she received the City of Design Award from the Museum of the City of New York, an honor recognizing “those who have made New York the design capital of the world.” She is the architect of The Iconic Home this fall.

Andre Hilton, Jordan Hilton Interiors

Recognized as one of the country’s top 20 African American interior designers, Hilton creates elevated, layered interiors, which he refers to as “cities.” “I want my clients to be eager to touch, sit, feel, see, and enjoy everything around them,” he says, “just as they would in their city of choice.” The Atlanta-based designer, whose background is in architecture, lends his talents to The Iconic Home, where he shapes the guest bedroom.

Breegan Jane, Breegan Jane LLC

Having honed her skills staging luxury yachts early in her career, Jane knows a thing or two about luxury design. Today, she runs her own practice out of Los Angeles, handling residential and commercial commissions alike. An ambassador for the Sustainable Furnishings Council, Breegan’s work not only has savvy, but style too, having appeared on HGTV’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. For our showhouse, she takes on the kid’s bedroom.

Travis London, Studio London Co.

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