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“I love designing and developing products. When I get a new concept for a series of designs and I start exploring the possibilities, I seem to fall ‘through the looking glass’ where time and space fade into the background and the only thing is the pursuit of perfection.”

Patty Madden is a stylistic, visionary designer that stays ahead of the contemporary curve by creating the most unique and diverse projects. Crafting immersive residential, commercial, hospitality, and corporate environments, her work can be found in distinguished interiors worldwide.

Despite family roots in the fashion design industry, it would be her first big break in interior design and eye for product specification that would set her on an entirely different path in product development. Noticing the lack of contemporary designs at the time, Patty set foot to design them herself.

Perhaps it was this inherited ability to see things the way others don’t—to see what the world will want before it even does—that pushed her.

The arrival of digital printing was a true gift, with its unimaginable color capacity, boundless scale possibilities and near immediate rendering potential. Eventually, Patty developed and evolved her style into an innovative three-dimensional trademark. Her collections are a tribute to the influential power of her design and a testimony to the fact that possibility is limited only by one’s mindset.

“I love designing and developing products. When I get a new concept for a series of designs and I start exploring the possibilities, I seem to fall ‘through the looking glass’ where time and space fade into the background and the only thing is the pursuit of perfection.”

Patty Madden is a stylistic, visionary designer that stays ahead of the contemporary curve by creating the most unique and diverse projects. Crafting immersive residential, commercial, hospitality, and corporate environments, her work can be found in distinguished interiors worldwide.

Despite family roots in the fashion design industry, it would be her first big break in interior design and eye for product specification that would set her on an entirely different path in product development. Noticing the lack of contemporary designs at the time, Patty set foot to design them herself.

Perhaps it was this inherited ability to see things the way others don’t—to see what the world will want before it even does—that pushed her.

The arrival of digital printing was a true gift, with its unimaginable color capacity, boundless scale possibilities and near immediate rendering potential. Eventually, Patty developed and evolved her style into an innovative three-dimensional trademark. Her collections are a tribute to the influential power of her design and a testimony to the fact that possibility is limited only by one’s mindset.