SR/A Interior Architecture + Design is the partnership of a Parisian designer and a New York architect. This creative collaboration started three decades ago on projects mostly located in the then new NY Financial Center and Battery Park. It resulted in the birth of some of the most recognized commercial and residential interiors. Since our relocation to the Washington DC area, we have brought a decisively new approach to the rental and condominium market.
Design without ego
Never believe you’ve “made it"
Always make it about and for people
Do it right
Give warmth and welcome, generously
Helping our partners make the world more hospitable one space at a time.
As a company, we will continue to provide premier solutions by being attentive to every detail and thoroughly processing documents. We will execute visions and meet goals through our combined creative and architecture-driven approach. As rising leaders in the industry, we will expand our portfolio by diversifying the projects we pursue. During times of growth, we will abide by industry standards and ensure the highest level of quality. As people, we will cultivate long-lasting relationships with our clients and community. We will be of service when needed, throughout the tenure of our business relationships and beyond.
For this multifamily apartment building in Silver Spring, MD., SR/A’s vision blossomed by being asked to produce a design that would resonate with a millennial population, infuse color in unexpected ways, and make a statement in aView Project
Located on the fifth-floor roof of The Apartments at CityCenterDC, The HydroClub features an outdoor pool with an adjacent lounge and multipurpose room. To offer a more seamless rooftop experience, SR/A renovated the two interior spaces using selected natural material,View Project
Home to the Italian Embassy from 1927 through 1977, this neo-renaissance building has been restored to its former glory after sitting unused for over a decade. The design and furnishings highlight the building’s distinguished historyView Project