Knight Frank launches new practice for interior services

17 June 2024 Consultancy-me.com 1 min. read
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Leading property consultancy Knight Frank has launched a new practice that helps its clients in the MENA region design and deliver interior spaces.

Established in partnership with Accouter, a registered interior design practice with the British Institute of Interior Design, the new Interior Services practice provides services including interior architecture, design, furnishing, and art curation.

According to a release from Knight Frank, the offering will span services from conceptualisation to realisation, starting from the brief stage to installation, procurement coordination, through to quality control and handover.

Knight Frank launches new practice for interior services

The Interior Design practice will be led by Sabrina Mehra, who has been with Accouter for over five yeas and brings over 12 years of experience in the world of interior services. She recently worked on the Show Apartment with Knight Frank.

Throughout her career, Mehra gained expertise in procurement, project management, and client relations, demonstrating a commitment to delivering results. Prior to Accouter, she worked in the buying teams of John Lewis Partnership and Marks & Spencer.

Welcoming Mehra to the team, Will McKintosh, Regional Partner and Head of Residential for MENA, said: “Mehra’s creative vision, combined with our global reach and industry expertise, strengthens our leadership in the MENA real estate. We’re excited to welcome her on board. It also sets a new benchmark for luxury interior services, combining world-class expertise with a commitment to sustainability and ethical design practices.”