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Borhan is an award-winning Interior Designer with over 15 years of international experience.


When he is creating a commercial space, to achieve success, he believes, the philosophy, brand, design and the method of construction are all inseparably inter-linked. When it comes to homes, he sees them as sanctuaries. He designs them with the essence of the resident in mind. Not only should the abode inspire but it should be a reflection of their persona. 


Borhan works closely with his client, and oversees all the related faculties and ensures their cohesion to deliver a successful project. He truly enjoys the human connection and practises unparalleled empathy.


And with the completion of almost 3000 homes and 200 businesses internationally, Borhan truly understands the power of design and conceives spaces that are exceptional and evocative.

“I am consumed by the influence of design and the grand extent of its spiritual and physiological effects on mankind.


Determined, confident & creative, my vision is one of non-conformity and the importance of reasoning. For one of man’s greatest endowments is the ability to be creative, an attribute solely belonging to the race of man.  Instead of burying this human quality beneath the dust of conformity, one should embrace it.


I believe absolute freedom is chaos — nothing in the universe is absolutely free. Everything is embedded within laws. The most unencumbered of molecules are bound to the law of gravity and the orbits of colossal planets to their stars. 


And within a design, I believe that law is Reason.


Every curve, every colour, every call must have a purpose. Every shelter, every construction, every temple must befit its purpose. If this purpose fails, if one cannot feel safe in their abode, if one cannot reflect in the temple, if a construction contributes negatively to mankind; it is better for that pen not to have scarred the page. Should it fulfil its purpose however, then blessed is the ink that bled upon that page.”