We are Sydney based design studio TomMarkHenry.
TomMarkHenry was founded in 2014, bringing together a highly skilled team with backgrounds in interior architecture, design, property and business.
Based in Darlinghurst, Sydney, our dynamic studio is increasingly active in residential, commercial, retail, hospitality and workspace projects. We offer a full scope of services from interior architecture and design through to completion of build and consulting on details such as graphics, uniforms and menus.
Our team is passionate and expressive. We always take a genuine and original approach to our work and love to collaborate with our clients to allow their story to guide the design.
Core to our success is our investment of time into the creative development of every project, along with our ability to remain adaptable throughout the process to ensure a sympathetic outcome to the needs of every project. We place a high value on human connection and cultural impact to create unique, engaging and functional environments that make a positive contribution to their physical location and liven the senses and habitat of the people who experience them.
The TomMarkHenry studio always seeks to deliver an element of the unexpected, as our spaces foster a full sensory experience. Our designs express many refined layers designed to be reflective of our clients’ brand, customer and site.
Our studio has been recognised locally and internationally, with a number of project wins and commendations. This includes the World Interiors News Awards, Australian Interior Design Awards, EatDrinkDesign Awards, Interior Design Excellence Awards and Restaurant and Bar Design Awards.
Most recently, the TomMarkHenry studio was honoured with two awards at the acclaimed World Interior News Awards, held in February 2017. At this event, we won Best Retail Interiors Award (less than 200sqm) for our 1888 Certified project and the Best Bar Award for Dead Ringer. In addition, our design studio has been shortlisted by the World Interiors News Awards as one of eight emerging practices for two years running.