About Me

I have a hunger for beauty, a need for good design and a passionate desire to enrich the lifestyle of others through interior design, which drives me towards creating stunning and practical spaces. I am not merely a designer. I am an advocate of your dreams, a guide towards your goals, an advisor for expectations and the principal in your renovation.

My talents can reconfigure awkward interiors through clever space planning; elevate the sophistication of your style and create timeless interiors that can be enjoyed for years to come. I have studied architecture at University of Toronto and completed my degree in Environmental Design at OCAD University, which has married both my love for architecture and interior design. But more importantly, over numerous years, I gained great experience working in the field of interior design on a vast variety of projects with diverse clients. My passion and knowledge for interior design only grows with each project as I strive to create the next best place in this world.

Things I Like

Lighting: Markus Haase, Bleached Ash and Onyx Chandelier

Lighting is a form of art that delights the eye sculpturally but also creates a mood, an ambiance within a space. This unique hand-sculpted chandelier is a beautiful interpretation of nature and human form.

Mid-century Modern: Modernist Karpen Lounge Chairs

The combination of mohair fabric, sculptural walnut and polished brass is the top luxurious embodiment of Scandinavian modern Mid-Century furniture.

Furniture: Burled Olivewood Credenza by Dunbar

A space isn’t complete without housing furniture, especially statement pieces like this credenza which isn’t only beautiful but functional as well.

Architecture: Tokyo Home by Daisuke Ibano

Architecture first and foremost combines elements of complex forms and geometric planning to create a livable space that shapes the pattern of our daily routine.

Art: Meryon (1960-1) by Franz Kline

“The only realism in art is of the imagination” – William Carlos Williams

Tile: A cold material that can create so many different variations of looks through pattern, colour and texture is an incredible notion.

Glass: Mark Douglass Showroom

Glass is like molded water, a solid transparency. Every household contains it, we only need to look at it in its awe-inspiring form.

Millwork: Beautiful millwork is detail shaped through precision for a grand overall effect.