Veere Grenney

When describing his youth in New Zeland, Veere Grenney says that back then " there was no clear path for a young person who wanted to attain knowledge or qualification in the world of interior design. The only way forward was to pursue an architecture degree, but that’s really a different subject.". Grenney, inspired by the interiors of David Adler, Billy Baldwin, David Hicks and Nancy Lancaster, decided to leave New Zeland in 1970s at the age of 22 in order to pursue his dream.

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