We first met while studying at the KLC School of Design in 2004. This paved the way for us to join together to form the design partnership, Marsh & Wiesenfeld. The studio is based in Weybridge, Surrey and we undertake projects in London and the South East. Our varied backgrounds create a dynamic fusion of styles, use of colour and ambiance in the schemes we develop.
Juliet is a member of the BIID - British Institute of Interior Design and regularly attends industry seminars and training. To keep us up to date with current trends we visit professional trade exhibitions like Decorex, Maison et Objet and Salone del Mobile Milano. We are featured on Houzz and were one of the first UK Interior Designers to join the site. We work with reliable suppliers who give us a good service and who we can recommend to our clients. Over the years we have built strong relationships with our clients and keep in touch for any further interior design requirements.
I love different combinations of colours and pattern.
I’m fascinated by the structure of grand buildings.
Light affects our mood and plays a significant role in interior design.
I enjoy the creativity of gourmet food and its presentation.
Contemporary art gives me inspiration in my design work.
Things that are out of proportion are fun.
Iconic furniture feature.
By Ron Arad
Ron Arad was born in Tel Aviv, studying at the Jerusalem Academy of Art and later the Architectural Association in London. The Bookworm was first shown at the Milan Furniture Fair in 1993 and was designed as a one-off piece in sprung steel. It was soon mass-produced by Kartell in injection-moulded PVC and has become one of Ron Arad's best-selling works. One of its unique appeals is that when hung, its shape can be manipulated by changing the position of the brackets.
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