What is your interior design philosophy, and how does it apply to meeting your client’s design needs?
My design philosophy is to give my clients what they want, but beyond what they imagined. We listen intently to the secondary and tertiary objectives of our clients to provide a more intimate design—a design that always inspires feelings.
How do you define luxury design?
Luxury design invokes all the senses. Of course, form and function are always the precursors to good design; however, luxury design goes beyond and makes you feel something deep inside.
What inspires you inside and outside the interior design
I love international design. I follow several blogs from Australia, Spain and Brazil. Outside the design world, nature is an amazing inspiration!
What is the best interior design lesson you have learned?
Measure twice and everything will work out nice.
To which city or country would you move for the design?
A lot of consumers utilize the Internet for research on design. Do you feel this helps the process when they come to you as a designer? Why?
Yes. If clients are doing research, then they are invested in the process and the outcome. We may need to redirect or further educate them, but we welcome the input and collaboration.
Are you a morning or a night person?
If you could create any style home in Southwest Florida and go against the current trends here, what would you do?
I would like to see more Palm Springs mid-century modern inspired architecture throughout Southwest Florida. Sarasota has really impacted the essence of its communities with the influx of this style genre, and I think it works so nicely with our coastal properties.