The Cambridge-based designer will appear in an upcoming episode of the BBC Interior Design Masters series

Cambridge-based interior designer Buse Gurbuz will appear in an upcoming episode of the BBC series Master of Interior Design.

With a background in architectural design, Buse, who is of Turkish descent, holds a master’s degree in architecture from University College London.

Boss Gurbuz.  Photo: Keith Hebel
Boss Gurbuz. Photo: Keith Hebel

She worked for an interactive art company that created large lighting installations in public spaces and later for a well-known interior designer. Then in 2019, just before the pandemic, she decided to try her hand at interior design and was instantly mesmerized.

Buse’s first project was the three-storey Cambridge Spark offices by Cambridge railway station and now has her own company called STUDIOBUSE (formerly Hex Interior).

She said, “I applied for the show about a year ago now. The application takes a long time, but we’ve been shooting for four months over the summer. I’m a contestant and I think I’ve done a lot of interesting work on it.”

The episode featuring Buse is scheduled to be televised next week. For those who may not be familiar with the programme, which is hosted by comedian Alan Carr, Buss explained: “There are 10 contestants and every week someone gets eliminated, and each contestant has their own style.

“So, I would describe my style as ‘moody mid-century’; I use very bright colors but try to add a lot of warmth to the spaces. I cover a lot of the walls in wood and try to bring in a lot of wood tones in the spaces—and that’s really what I did in the show.” .

“I also got involved with pouring concrete, which ended up being a very funny situation — it just went a bit wrong.”

Boss Gurbuz.  Photo: Keith Hebel
Boss Gurbuz. Photo: Keith Hebel

She continued, “Every week they give you a different brief, you design a specific space every week. One week, for example, they’ll give you a studio flat in central London, next week we’re

Go to Edinburgh and we’ll build a hotel there.

“We have two weeks to gather all the material, get all the stuff — we’re on a very tight budget and we’re basically on location together in two weeks and they shoot it.”

For anyone who intends to watch the show, Buse doesn’t want to give away too much in terms of how it will continue. “The only thing I can say is that this season was very different from the previous season,” she said, “because with the masters of interior design they’ve brought amateurs onto the show, and with season four they’ve brought in people with a little more knowledge of interior design. They’re kind of an upgrade.” A little bit this season.

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Buse is a longtime fan of the show, which was originally hosted by Fearne Cotton when it started in 2019. To find out how Buse got started, follow Master of Interior Design on BBC1 on Tuesdays,

March 7, at 8 p.m.

Visit her Instagram page at @employee and its website at

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