Glamorous Interiors by Fisher Weisman

Discover stunning projects by A-List interior design firm Fisher Weisman: their interiors are defined by a luxurious style, described as "big city chic" by New York Times. Read the our interview with Co-Founder Jeffry Weisman and discover Fisher Weisman use of glamorous furniture and lighting pieces to make each room truly unique.

Jeffry Weisman and Andrew Fisher established ​Fisher Weisman in 2000. The firm’s work has been described by New York Times Sunday Magazine as "drop dead, big city chic,”. Their projects include distinctively luxurious and innovative interiors as well as furniture and lighting designs. Fisher Weisman has designed extensive furniture collections for Michael Taylor Designs and The Wicker Works, as well as iconic light fixtures for Boyd Lighting. Fisher Weisman has also been included in Elle Decor “A-List”, among the world’s top designers for many years. The firm’s work has been broadly published in magazines, newspapers, blogs and books. The Monacelli Press published the firm’s first monograph, Artful Decoration, in March of 2013. 

What does “made in Italy” mean to you?

Made with care, made as beautifully as possible.

Who/what has inspired your work and style the most?

Travel has been a constant inspiration for us both. In terms of design idols, the work of Renzo Mongiardino and Tony Duquette (with whom Andrew collaborated for over twenty years) were dominant. For me, it was Charles Pfister, Anthony Hail, and Hubert de Givenchy.

Without fine craftsmanship, beautiful materials and great design are wasted. There is no substitute for exquisite craftsmanship.

Describe your design approach and philosophy.

We are first and foremost designers, not editors. So we create much of what gives our projects distinction. We strive to craft interiors and furnishings that have a fresh, artistic point of view and to create original rooms with enduring style.

What is the one design/décor you cannot imagine your clients or yourself living without?

Glamour. Whether we are talking about a beach house or a penthouse, great rooms must be glamorous.

What is your idea of the “ultimate luxury”?

Surrounding yourself with the finest quality, from the carpet underfoot to the cashmere blanket on the sofa. And having the restraint to not over do it.

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