By  on October 9, 2017

LONDON — London-based architect Simon Mitchell was exposed to design at an early age, having grown up with a mother who was a seamstress and a father who worked in the printing trade. After winning a design competition in his hometown of Exeter, England, which singled him out as “Architect of the Future” at age eight, Mitchell went on to specialize in retail architecture and to cofound the architectural firm Sybarite — whose name alludes to his and his partner Torquil McIntosh’s love of good food and good wine.

Sybarite is behind the design concepts of stores such as Marni, Joseph and, most recently, the new SKP department store in Beijing, China.

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