The studio was founded in 2003 by lifelong friends, Creative Director Ed Godrich and Finance Director, Rupert Hunt. Over almost two decades, the company has completed hundreds of projects around the world.
Rupert is assisted by Directors and Senior Designers Megan Oliver and Sarah Coetzee, our two design teams run all interiors projects. While Ed’s new career as an artist blossoms, he has left an indelible mark on the company after 20 years of design direction.
Megan, an Associate Director, has been an integral part of Godrich since 2009, leading numerous local and international projects. Her clients return to Godrich time and time again for her bold aesthetic style and creative design solutions. Her exceptional eye for detail and strong relationships with trades and suppliers ensures a smooth and enjoyable process for all involved. Megan’s respect for architecture, coupled with her instinctive flair for pattern and colour means that every project is individually tailored to each client.
Sarah, also an Associate Director, joined Godrich in 2013, bolstering the team with experience across all aspects of the design process. Her highly bespoke and memorable projects have been achieved by a skillful balance of creative design aesthetics and exceptional project management. Each project is undertaken with strong design integrity and a passion to deliver something unique and distinctive that consistently exceeds client expectations.
Godrich Interiors has broken the mould for high-end interiors, eschewing the ‘just finished’ look to embrace the layering of carefully sourced materials, one-off pieces and commissioned artworks with their client’s own collection. This approach has brought a refreshing authenticity to projects and the Godrich Interiors team has built up an enviable word-of-mouth reputation for elegant and sophisticated design. Commissions are carefully selected to ensure that each client receives a dedicated personal experience and a highly discreet service.
As a client-led business, Godrich Interiors relishes the variation that each project brings, and working to differing briefs, styles, properties and locations has resulted in a wide variety of uniquely individual and eclectic projects.