Inson Dubois Wood holds a Masters of Architecture from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University, where he studied under the current powerhouses of modernism: Frank Gehry, Rem Koolhaas, Wolf D. Prix of Coop Himmelb(l)au, and the late Zaha Hadid.
He holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Cornell University, where he graduated at the top of his class and won several prestigious awards and traveling fellowships.
Inson was design director for master decorator‐architect Juan Pablo Molyneux on residential ocean liner Residensea, as well as numerous high‐end residential projects around the world including homes in Paris, London, and Naples. Inson left Molyneux to worked as director of architecture and design for the late interiors expert David Easton, directing the design for 18 large-scale projects in major cities in the US, Europe, and Asia.
Combining his depth and breadth of experience at both Molyneux and Easton, Inson formed his own company in 2005. He has brought his unique perspective as both an architect and interior design authority to projects in numerous countries abroad, including Austria, France, Italy, Japan, Sweden, and Thailand. The diversity of Inson’s experiences have allowed him to seamlessly move between traditional, contemporary, and modern styles, often combining styles for truly timeless and unique compositions.
Inson transforms spaces into homes, where memories are created, life’s moments cherished, and families flourish. No matter the footprint, he treats every project with equal attention and care. As a lifelong student of philosophy, Inson is guided by Buddhist principles and believes in respecting and celebrating the spirit of every home. Each project is guided by Inson’s architectural eye and unique design sensibilities and custom-tailored to the owner and their lifestyle. The result is always a harmonious blend of Inson’s expertise and the client’s needs and desires.
Inson won the prestigious Hyland Award for Excellence in Residential Design upon publishing his 330-page Rizzoli book Inson Dubois Wood Interiors, a full retrospective of his residential projects in five countries.