Demi Adeniran is a multi-disciplinary designer whose aesthetic crosses cultural boundaries evoking and celebrating a global prospective. Her interiors often include uniquely sourced items that add a diverse voice whether it’s imported Asian antiques or Parisian flea market finds. Adeniran has been creating livable, beautiful interiors for over two decades, concentrating on both residential and select commercial projects. Collaborating with leading architects such as Tsao and McKown, Robert A.M. Stern, and Silvetti and McCado architects, Adeniran's expertise is often the final touch on sophisticated projects.
Adeniran has been published in numerous shelter publications including: Rooms for Children, by Susanna Salk, Rizzoli publications, Time Out Magazine, Brides Magazine, New York Times Home, Domino Magazine, O at Home Magazine, New York Magazine, Elle Décor, W magazine and Harper’s Bazaar.
As an instructor at Parson's New School, Adeniran has been teaching in the design disciplines for over a decade. Focusing her curriculum on sustainable driven design. Engaging students to become stewards of positive change. Adeniran directs her students to examine, critique to design as empowered abiturs of positive change. Adeniran practices Interiors, Product, and Fashion design and has been influential in shaping tomorrow's designers while cultivating her own career in the design industry.
Human centered design, Elements of Design as prescribed by ROWENA REED KOSTELLOW and the Structure of Visual Relationships, photography, Zero waist design and garment construction, Interior Design