Upon graduating from Ohio University School of Architecture Stephanie Nigro pursued an interior architectural design career by working for New York City’s top acclaimed architectural and interior design firms. Being recognized for her emphasis of the importance of the exterior/interior relationship she was invited to join the internationally famous architectural firm of Fox & Fowle to establish an interior design department.
Scope of Services
Stephanie Nigro Designs has offered a full scope of interior architectural design services for over 28 years. Space analysis, full set of construction drawings, estimate reviews, job site supervision, design and furnishings presentations, budgeting and scheduling projections. All phases of each project are handled in a ‘hands on’ manner’ until completion.
Philosophy and Mission
Stephanie strongly believes quality interior design is a process of delicately balancing all features of a specific environment such as: interior architectural elements, space utilization, traffic flows, lighting, furnishings, custom mill work, color and texture. By utilizing and combining them the maximum potential of a space can be transformed beyond one’s expectations: both functionally and aesthetically. Both structural and design knowledge are essential ingredients to create top quality projects.
Stephanie relocated to the Sarasota area after having owned and run a Madison Ave. interior architectural design company consisting of a staff of ten people catering to a Tri State clientele base. She then scaled down and opened a design boutique on the North Shore of Long Island.
Stephanie loves working closely with her clients and totally acknowledging their project’s goals, budget and schedule. Her mission is to successfully create interiors, whether it be a penthouse, home or a beach cottage, that accomplish all her client’s goals and to create a uniqueness that can only be claimed by each client.
Stephanie’s designs have been acknowledged in landmark historical showcases, local and international newspapers and magazines such as The New York Times, Oyster Bay Guardian, Newsday, Woodbury Magazine and Inside/Out as well as televised design shows.