We are a creative team of designers doing what we love. Fueled with passion and energy, we work hard to help solve our clients' problems using our design and architecture skills, no matter how big or small the challenge. Katie, Tyrone and Will form our core team, backed by engineers, architects, builders, decorators and furniture specialists making up the rest of KTM Design.
Armed with a BA (hons) in Interior Architecture, an MA in Architecture: Spatial Practices (distinction) and plenty of experience, including the Design Studio at Harrods and learning from mentor and SBID (Society of British and International Design) president Vanessa Brady OBE, Katie leads the design team at KTM Design.
Katie allows her creative thinking to have no limits and takes a holistic, user-centred approach to design. She is driven by her passion for designing spaces that enrich the human experience and believes in the importance of connecting people to their built environment. Katie is open to everything, so inspiration for her projects comes from everywhere. She is a dancer and her love of ballet and theatre influences her elegant, timeless designs.
Tyrone is savvy when it comes to intelligent ways of adding value to a property for resale. His background as a mortgage advisor provides him with a sound understanding of the property market.
Tyrone’s sensitivity to the spaces around us and the impact they have on people is synonymous to his caring nature - off the field he has gained a reputation for his charitable acts.
Architectural Designer & Visualiser
Will is a talented designer specialising in architectural drawings and 3D technologies, including the production of CGIs for architectural and interior projects. With an Interior Architecture degree and experience working in Architecture at the highly regarded Foster and Partners in London, led by Sir Norman Foster, Will offers a great eye for detail and construction knowledge.
Away from the computer, Will has a keen interest in hand-making physical models, laser cutting and 3D printing.