Trip Haenisch Selects His Favorite Works on Saatchi Art

We’re thrilled to have interior designer Trip Haenisch curating an exclusive collection of art as part of our ongoing Guest Curator series. Discover his selection of works on Saatchi Art below.

Plus, meet Trip 4/30 in Los Angeles at our special event and panel discussion, Designing with Art: An Evening with Trip Haenisch & Rose Apodaca. RSVP for your complimentary tickets here.

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Trip Haenisch

Interior Designer

Possessing an extraordinary eye for detail and unwavering commitment to style, Trip Haenisch is an award-winning interior designer. Renowned for combining refined creativity with the unexpected, Trip’s signature design aesthetic consists of sophisticated, collected spaces with a laid-back twist that embodies quintessential California living.

For Trip, every design is born from each client’s unique lifestyle, including location and architectural surroundings. Trip then seamlessly translates this information with an exquisite design sensibility, stylish luxury, and intrinsic craftsmanship to creative elegant yet livable spaces.

Trip’s highly regarded designs have won international acclaim and recognition, and have appeared in more than 70 publications worldwide including: Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, Harper’s Bazaar, House Beautiful, Interior Design, Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Vogue, W, and numerous coffee table books. His work has awarded him inclusion in the coveted AD 100 List, and he was most recently named of the Hollywood Reporter’s 25 Most Influential Los Angeles-Based Interior Designers.

His diverse client base includes David Arquette, Hank Azaria, Courteney Cox, hairstylist Chris McMillan, and William Morris-Endeavor Co-CEO Patrick Whitesell and his wife, Lauren Sanchez.

International celebrities, artists, executives – and those who simply appreciate the highest standards of design excellence – seek Trip for his uncanny ability to articulate his clients’ varied lifestyles through personalized designs.

See highlights from Trip Haenisch’s Guest Curator collection below.

Subjective Freedom I

“Subjective Freedom I” by Flora Borsi

My Friend

“My Friend” by Kirsty Warman

Temple 2

“Temple 2″ by Hayley Lock

Outside of TIme

“Outside of Time” by Mark Leysen

I

“I” by Rodriguez Emanuel

 

Plus, meet Trip 4/30 in Los Angeles at our special event and panel discussion, Designing with Art: An Evening with Trip Haenisch & Rose Apodaca. RSVP for your complimentary tickets here.

 

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