Andrew Parr Director, Interior Design, Melbourne

Andrew Parr is considered one of Australia’s foremost interior designers. Since founding SJB Interiors in 1994, he has developed and refined his ideas concerning modernism as a basis for design. He interprets and designs for spaces in response to each specific client, location and brief. His design ethos of combining clarity with an unexpected, expressive signature is evident in projects such as the Est.

Fei Chau Associate, Interiors, Melbourne

An engaging and enthusiastic architect, Fei Chau loves his work – and he makes sure his clients love it, too. He finds inspiration in the energy and vibrancy of the everyday and creates harmonious places where the feature elements resonate and fine details unify. He has worked on a diverse range of residential, education and commercial projects, including working with repeat clients on multiple projects – clients who appreciate his design excellence and enthusiastic approach.

Leo Terrando Director, Interior Design, Melbourne

Architecturally trained in France, Leo honed his practical skills working for the likes of Charles Kaisin and Frank Ladeuich enabling him to meet greater creative challenges, broaden scope, as well as realising design integrity. After relocating to Australia and joining SJB Interiors in 2007, Leo has worked on a variety of projects in the hospitality and high-end residential sectors, as well as commercial offices and retail. With a combination of leadership, concept design and technical skills, Leo is uniquely placed to execute all stages of medium to large projects.

Ljiljana Gazevic Director, Interior Design, Melbourne

Ljiljana Gazevich joined SJB Interiors in 1994 and became a director in 2006. She has a reputation for elegant and refined design, and her use of materials and meticulous detailing especially mark out her work. She is well travelled and very familiar with international design directions. Ljiljana’s work on a wide variety of projects has been recognised by many awards and through publication in local and international magazines.

Photos by Katie Kaars