ABOUT ANNA HANSSON

Attention to detail and functionality creates the basis in interior designer and homemaker Anna Hanssons designs and although she is happy to work from modern to classic her style is somewhat reflected by her Scandinavian inheritance.

She provides a bespoke creative direction and interior architecture & design, Visual merchandising / set design, product & jewellery design, healthy music and herbal oil business. She educates people in how to build their homes (their church/temple) or commercial spaces on an apostolic level. She is a home maker for your good names sake. 

Anna is been blessed to have her design experiences covering residential and commercial interior architecture, interior design, creative direction and visual merchandising/artist projects in England, Israel, France, Dubai, and Saudi Arabia from offices in London and has worked internally in Norway as well as in Oman on a project for Her Excellency the minister of higher education both as employed and in her own business as well as on a freelance basis. Anna has been teaching as a support tutor at KLC School of Design.  Prior to starting Anna Hansson Design she worked as the lead designer for the property development companies Obbard Ltd and Essenza Style designing high-end and luxury residential projects in Londons Chelsea, Kensington, Westminster and Belgravia, among them the Grosvenor Crescent development.

She worked as a visual merchandiser and kitchen designer prior to gaining a Bachelor in interior design at London Metropolitan University in 2003. She also has a diploma in Display Art from Merkantilt Institutt in Oslo, Norway (in 1997).

Anna founded the company in 2009. She is the visionary leader, art director, interior architectural designer, visual artist and educator of the company and she is personally involved in all the projects, design developments and education programmes.

Prior to starting her interior architecture and visual merchandising career she worked and performed for the musical theatre school in Bjärnum, Sweden.

 

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