Sacha Ore is a multidisciplinary designer focusing on creating holistic, thoughtful and carefully curated interiors that balance minimalism and quiet elegance.
WITH A BACKGROUND IN MARKETING AND PSYCHOLOGY AND A 5-YEAR CAREER IN EVENT DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT, SACHA INTRODUCES A FRESH PERSPECTIVE AND A REFINED SENSIBILITY TO HER PROJECTS. SHE BELIEVES THAT GOOD DESIGN SHOULD ENHANCE THE LIVES OF THOSE WHO EXPERIENCE IT, FROM THE OVERALL LAYOUT AND FLOW OF THE SPACE TO THE SMALLEST DETAILS AND FINISHES.
DRAWING ON A DEEP AND ABIDING PASSION FOR THE DESIGN OF THE XX CENTURY, SACHA BRINGS A WEALTH OF KNOWLEDGE TO EVERY PROJECT, ALONG WITH AN UNPARALLELED EYE FOR DETAIL.
At the heart of Sacha’s approach to interior architecture is a deep belief that every project is unique and deserves to be treated as such. With a focus on developing a clear concept and story for each project, Sacha ensures that every element of the design is carefully considered and purposeful. Whether it’s incorporating meaningful pieces of art, rare vintage items, or using specific materials to achieve a particular effect, the designs are always infused with a sense of intentionality.
Having traveled around the world since early childhood, Sacha has been exposed to many different places, people, and cultures. Starting from the age of 15 years old, Sacha had lived, studied, and worked in many places around the world, including Canada, USA, Italy, France, Russia, the UAE and Saudi Arabia.
Sacha grew up in a household of beauty connoisseurs and collectors, having been exposed to art, architecture, and design From a young age. this background has given her an understanding of different styles and aesthetics, as well as allowed her to develop an authentic taste and an eye for BEAUTY.
« I have loved interior design since I was a kid. I remember taking my mom’s interior design books and magazines and putting post-it notes on the pages I liked. I used to dream about different apartments and the furniture that would go inside, draw top-view plans in my school notebooks, trying to figure out where to “build” the walls, how to place the furniture and what color the bathrooms would be. It was my childhood hobby. »