Grounded in a design integrity that bucks both transient trend and rigid genre, Alice believes in clean, thoughtful design: quality materials, ippecable craftsmanship, and a smart curation of interesting shapes and scale.

After a long overdue career switch to design, Alice found herself working on multi-million dollar projects for a respected Hollywood designer. She later started her own design practice to emerse herself in both the business and creative sides of interior design.

Alice earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Chicago and enjoyed additional training from the Southern California Institute of Architecture as well as UCLA's interior architecture program. She and her husband currently reside in a revived craftsman bungalow in the Montecito Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles.


Juliette is a licensed architect whose experience ranges from the ground-up design and construction of multi million residential and commercial properties to the rehabilitation of historic structures and spaces.

Over the course of the past ten years, notable projects have included work and involvement in historic residences on Lake Shore Drive in Chicago and Embassy Row in Washington D.C. She also participated in the exhibit design for the 9/11 Memorial Museum and traveling exhibits for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Juliette completed her M.Arch at the University of Notre Dame after obtaining her AB from the University of Chicago and her MA from Yale University.