Toronto-based designer Orsi Panos believes, “Design is the yin and yang between comfort and artfulness – it should be supremely livable and inspiring at the same time.”

Orsi is sought after for her “concept to completion” approach and has earned a reputation for her invaluable expertise, diverse design language and sensitive renovations, which always capture the essence of the homeowner.

Her livable interiors are meticulously finished. “I consider every single detail, all while adhering to the abiding elements of beauty, practicality and comfort,” she says. While each project is unique, Orsi has an affinity for showcasing existing architectural elements and often activates spaces with statement lighting, bold artwork and a calibrated balance of colour and contrast.

Restraint is also key. “Nothing in my design is ever superfluous,” she says. “My team and I carefully evaluate every aspect of the design process to prevent our clients from making costly mistakes. I am a proponent of what Frank Lloyd Wright said, ‘You can use an eraser on the drafting table or a sledge hammer on the construction site.’

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