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YINJISPACE use media professional’s unique perspective,try to explore the essence of life behind the design works.

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Nicole Hollis

Nicole Hollis is the Chief Creative Director of NICOLE HOLLIS in San Francisco, specializing in interior design for luxury hotels and homes. Her design is filled with art, fashion and architecture, known for its darkness and imagination. With its original neutral tones, rich textures and organic materials, Nicole's interior evokes a natural world transformed by art and technological innovation.

Nicole Hollis's creative ability has been prominent since childhood. Her desire to enter the design industry led to a wave of fashion and graphic design in her home state of Florida, and then began to engage in interior design, bringing her to New York, Paris, and finally to San Francisco. Here, she established her own studio and lived with her husband and her two-year-old daughter.

The space designed by Nicole Hollis aims to enhance the spiritual enjoyment of mankind. She incorporate design into the art of living through homes, hotels and products. Nicole and her team worked closely with the architects at the beginning of the project, from interior layout to lighting design. Her affinity for the dark, dramatic environment will make her feel that her main color is "paint black", this aesthetic masks her true personality and contagious enthusiasm. Nicole pays great attention to the background and design of the concept, reflecting Nicole's design philosophy and eclectic taste.

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    Design Works

    • Huinawai Villa

      Located at the edge of the sea within a field of black lava, this vacation retreat is designed around a central courtyard formed by a series of minimalist structures
    • Lake Tahoe House

      Lake Tahoe is located in Truckee, California, which is about 10 miles from Lake Tahoe.
    • Presidio Heights

      American design studio Nicole Hollis has designed a timeless home designed to showcase and appreciate a world-class art collection.
    • Portola Valley

      Nicole Hollis and the design team were inspired by wabi aesthetics and Japanese architecture in terms of interior design, using this concept as a driving force in Portola Valley interior design.
    • Kohanaiki

      Kahakai is conveniently located within walking distance of Kohanaiki Club house.
    • Kailua Kona2

      Nicole Hollis and her partner and husband Lewis Heathcote renovated their vacation home in Hawaii as a quiet escape from the city during the pandemic.
    • Sausalito Residence

      The studio replanned some of the structures within the house, including the moving staircase, which was changed to create a strong, more central architectural element.
    • Stinson Beach

      Nicole Hollis' design approach reflects not only the house's context but also its owner's personality. She liked the connection between the house and nature and the fact that it was on the water because it was also relevant to the family.
    • Kua Bay

      Black lava forms a dramatic backdrop to the building on a hillside. By the sea, adjacent to the turquoise waterfront, it feels as if you are standing on the edge of the earth.
    • Nicole Hollis Home

      Benjamin Moore's black asphalt is painted on the exterior of the building, as dark as its name suggests, but oddly, it reinforces the ornate facade of italianate architecture rather than obscuring it.
    • Thousand Oaks

      Nicole Hollis called this barn-ranch hybrid house in Thousand Oaks, California a "branch" and Architect Bob Hale of Rios Clementi Hale Studios called it a "modern heritage house."
    • Russian Hill Townhouse

      As a historic building, the house already has character, and the challenge for Nicole Hollis was to modernize the interior while keeping the original soul of the structure intact.
    • Kakapa Bay House

      This uniquely customized home in Kakapa Bay reinvents Hawaii's sanctuary in an unexpected, all-in-one, and totally modern design, located on a lava field at the edge of the Pacific Ocean.
    • Tiburon Bay View

      Nicole Hollis designed an environment that showcases the client's impressive collection of Chinese and contemporary art, while also embracing the client's modernist leanings.