Douglas Clark, who holds a masters degree in Architecture, joined Janice Parker Landscape Architects in 2012. As a licensed Landscape Architect, he believes that successful designs create environments that emphasize the complementary nature of design, built heritage and cultural landscapes. As part of his training he engineered studies of urban, cultural and environmental design for a built environment design program in France and Brazil.
DECEMBER/JANUARY 2010 San Francisco, CA PHONE: 415-285-2821 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org WEBSITE: coddingtondesign.com
Coco Chanel's quote "it’s not the houses I love, it’s the life I live in them,’” inspires Melanie. Coddington's work. “Whether it’s a more formal residence or one for a family whose children run the home, my goal is to design sophisticated spaces my clients can fully embrace," Melanie says.
NOVEMBER 2014 Houston, TX PHONE: 832-509-3967 EMAIL: email@example.com WEBSITE: palomacontreras.com
Paloma's design sensibility is a modern take on traditional style—pairing classic silhouettes and timeless pieces with an infusion of glamour and color. While based in Houston, she has completed design projects throughout the country. Her first book, Dream. Design. Live. will be published by Abrams in September 2018.
MAY 2013 Boston, MA PHONE: 617-269-2620 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org WEBSITE: katecoughlininteriors.com
Kate developed her own take on traditional design after working for famed designers Mark Hampton and Bunny Williams. Specializing in sophisticated yet livable interiors, the firm is known for creating layered and timeless spaces by incorporating antiques with new and striking a subtle balance between high style and discretion.
OCTOBER 2018 New York, NY EMAIL: email@example.com WEBSITE: www.jaynedesignstudio.com
William Cullum grew up in Columbia, South Carolina, where his love of architecture and design was furthered by his parents. His interest in 18th– and 19th-century architecture brought him to Charleston, where he completed his bachelor of arts at the College of Charleston in both art history and historic preservation. After graduation, William joined Jayne Design Studio in 2011.
While at Jayne Design Studio his interest in the Victorian period led him to complete the Victorian Society in America’s London Summer School in 2014 and the Chicago Summer School in 2015. He presently serves on the board of the alumni association of the Victorian Society Summer Schools.
William is currently lending his expertise in historic decoration to a variety of projects, including an antiques-filled house in Westchester, a property in upstate New York with an Arts & Crafts garden, and a Texas house by architect Charles S. Dilbeck.
MAY 2014 New York, NY PHONE: 214-232-1676 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org WEBSITE: interiors.ashleydarryl.com
Ashley Darryl, founder and owner of her namesake interior design firm, is quickly becoming one of Manhattan’s rising design stars. Best known for creating livable, unique spaces by blending styles into a cohesive, one-of-a-kind look, Ashley prides herself on bringing her client’s visions to life.
After earning her undergraduate degree in Art History at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Ashley moved to New York in 2004 and attended Sotheby’s for graduate school where she found her calling for a career in interior design. In 2007, Ashley began working for Jeff Lincoln Interiors before starting her own business in 2014.
Ashley’s ability to wow her clients stems from her strength in understanding their taste and ideas, translating them into stories told through each room she decorates. Her portfolio is impressive and quickly growing with a roster of clients in New York, Connecticut, Hamptons, New Jersey and Texas.
OCTOBER 2004 Boulder, CO PHONE: 303-619-1375 EMAIL: email@example.com WEBSITE: rdg-architecture.com
The motivation behind my work is to find meaning and authenticity in every project. I look deep into the climate, landscape, and history of a place for design inspiration. For me, authenticity is found when a building feels as if it could not belong anywhere else.I strive to create a strong sense of place through architecture.
SEPTEMBER 2003 New York, NY PHONE: 212-243-5202 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org WEBSITE: delatorredesign.com
Ernest de la Torre employs a timeless style that blends traditional and modern influences around a passion for art and design often assembling collections for clients. His classic yet bold approach has established Ernest as an interior designer who consistently breaks new ground for clients, discerning their needs and custom tailoring their surroundings for a perfect fit that last a lifetime.