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We believe the most beautiful spaces are those with soul.


There are many things that make a space beautiful. Balance and proportion. A sense of sympathy with local history and architecture. But we believe the most beautiful spaces are those with soul. Spaces that are not showpieces but sanctuaries, inviting conversation, celebration. Calm. These are the spaces we create.

Luxury is built on comfort, not on fleeting fashions. Our spaces balance sensuous elements of styles old and new, creating an effect that’s both distinctive and timeless. And, whether we’re designing a country estate or an artisan-crafted coffee table, we take extraordinary care over every last corner  because exceptional craft never, ever goes out of style.

There is no beauty without character. That’s why we shape each space using materials that are full of personality – honed marbles with their uniquely textured surfaces, timbers that speak through their inimitable grains. It’s why we fill our spaces with carefully curated artworks and antiques, always distinctive and often playful, rich with memories and stories. The result: spaces that have their own life and energy. Places that demand not only to be admired, but to be engaged with, enjoyed. Lived in.





We can support you through a specific part of your design journey, such as sourcing the perfect vintage bookcase – or we can guide you the whole way, from dreaming a new home to walking through its doors. Whatever you choose, we’ll go step by step in clearly defined stages, so you’ll always feel confident that we’re heading in the right direction.


Our team is much like our projects: designed to work beautifully as a whole. With experience across the residential, and hospitality, our people bring deep and complementary skills, from technical design right through to dressing. Above all, when you meet the characters in our team and observe their passion, their drive, you’ll understand why our work exhibits such heart and soul.


Ottalie’s experience across the interior design industry has given her an abundance of influences. By drawing on everything from cool European Classicism to eclectic British style, and by adding a dash of youthful playfulness, Ottalie makes sure that every Albion Nord project has its own inimitable character. 

She began her career as an Interior Designer at Veere Grenney, where she spent time learning the trade and nurturing her own obsessive eye for detail. From there she worked her way up to lead several large-scale projects in Central London as a Designer for CPC London.   

Even long before this, her life was infused with interior design. Growing up, she spent summers interning for the likes of Max Rollitt, The World of Interiors and Elle Décor, Kelling Designs, Décor Arts London and Colony Roma. She also helped to catalogue her father’s auction house. Her training was formalised with a BA Hons in Art and Design from Leeds University, followed by a distinction from KLC School of Interior Design. This rich and extensive experience has helped to make Ottalie the refined and unique designer she is today.


Across her formative years, Camilla turned a love of art and sketching into a passion for interior design – and, since then, she has worked on everything from contemporary penthouses to Georgian homes. Her strong relationships with suppliers and craftsmen, coupled with her deep knowledge of art and antiques, allow her to craft compelling and unique identities for all kinds of interiors. 

Her first professional roles were with some of London’s leading interior design practices, including Studio Ashby, Colin Orchard and Helen Green Design. In 2014, Camilla began working with Candy & Candy / CPC London, which is where she met the other founding members of Albion Nord. 

Camilla’s impressive grounding in art includes not only a qualification in Fine Art and Photography from City & Guilds of London and a History of Art Degree in Oxford, but also a Diploma in Architectural Interior Design at the prestigious Inchbald School of Design. Her knowledge and love for her subject, along with her dedication to her craft, is apparent in every one of our projects. 


One of our co-founders, Anthony oversees the day-to-day operations of our business. He’s also responsible for the flawless delivery of our projects. Over more than twenty years, his career has not only spanned construction and project management in high-end, design-led projects – it has spanned the globe, taking him from the illustrious eastern suburbs of Sydney to the Prime Central London market. This wealth of experience helps Anthony to create the detailed strategies required to deliver complex, exclusive schemes. 

Anthony’s strategic skill has been central to the many prestigious roles he has held in the past. After moving from Australia to London, he worked with the Livingstone family at London & Regional Properties. Later, he worked at the Portman Family Estate, where he delivered some of Marylebone’s finest period homes as well as the family’s private London residence. Anthony also worked for the Candy & Candy Development Team and oversaw high-profile schemes in Regent’s Park, Holland Park and Kensington.  

Our clients know that, under Anthony’s management, every part of a project will be taken care of – from the grandest ambition to the finest detail. 


As Director, Ben makes sure that all our projects demonstrate the integrity and craft that defines Albion Nord. Since co-founding our studio in 2017, he has led the team in designing a number of notable properties, building an impressive portfolio of international and domestic projects. 

Before the launch of Albion Nord, Ben worked at 1508 London. As Head of Interior Design, he led a team of 40 interior designers and quickly established the studio as a leading, internationally recognised practice. He was later appointed Creative Director and Partner and, under his leadership, 1508 London won contracts for illustrious commercial and private projects.

Ben began building the foundations for his design career at Candy & Candy, where he made his mark on several high-profile projects. He later joined the renowned Design and Architecture practice Heatherwick Studios and worked on public and retail projects around the globe, the most notable of these being Pacific Place in Hong Kong. These early experiences helped to shape the strong design ideas – such as the blurring of boundaries between architecture and interior design – that define Ben’s work to this day.



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