Alan Hughes has a multidisciplinary studio providing design across residential, retail and museum spaces. His work also encompasses illustration, designs for glass, fabric, ceramics and latterly silver.
With a degree in Visual Communication and an MA in Interior Architecture clients include Conde Nast, Sothebys, Cosmopolitan, The Telegraph, W.H.Smith, Bloomsbury and Cassell Publishing, Luciano Giubbelei, Anthony Paul, BBC, Lloyd Brunt Design, Swanky, Haydon Connell, St George and Eric Williams Architects.
He has lectured at Middlesex University, Birmingham University, the Marangoni Institute and the Inchbald School of Design where he is currently Principal and Director of the Interior Design Faculty. Past commissions include luxury apartments in Istanbul, retail and exhibition spaces for leading museums across Europe, recording studios alongside fabric, ceramics and glass, notably for the Courtauld Gallery. “Gashu”, a series of fine bone china bowls for 1882 ltd was exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Crowood Press published Hughes’s book “Drawing for Interior Designers” and he is currently working on a second title discussing colour.