A Southern Virginia native, Andrew Law developed an early appreciation for the traditional and classical architecture characterized by Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello and Poplar Forest. However, it was during his education in Charleston, South Carolina that he discovered a deeper interest in interior design fueled by the historic city’s architecture, antiques, and decorative arts.
After receiving a Master of Fine Arts in Interior Design at The George Washington University in 2000, he launched his Washington, DC based firm. Since that time, in addition to local projects, commissions have been completed in New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, California, and Bangkok.
“An emphasis on architectural integrity is the cornerstone of our projects – residences which seek to convey a distinct and informed concept. A well edited mix of antiques, art, and custom tailored upholstery combine with artisanal materials and millwork to create refined yet approachable interiors.”
The Washington Post named him as one of the interior design industry’s “Faces of the Future,” and described his work as, “clean, confident, and timeless.” The firm is adept at employing subtle texture and palette to maximize the clean yet traditional lines of the furnishings – resulting in the creation of interiors suited for modern living that reflect clients’ individual sensibilities and lifestyles.
Projects have been featured in numerous local, national, and online publications.