The key to all great design is that the designer is a good listener. My goal is to really understand what my client wants before I dive into the creative process.
Beverly McCloskey learned the greatest lessons in design through her mother’s gracefulness and hospitality.
After earning a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Interior Design from Auburn University, Beverly started her professional career in 2001 in New York City working for GF55 Architects where her first project was the complete design of the Park Avenue apartment of an author and Nobel Peace Prize winner. She then completed her formal training working as a designer for Bunny Williams.
Beverly spent the next eight years in Hong Kong where she opened her own design office focused on high end residential and institutional projects including the Hong Kong Campus for SCAD. While in Hong Kong, Beverly and her husband Jim set up the frame work and launched the production for Bunny Williams Home through Riversedge Furniture Company.
Beverly continues to work on commercial and residential design projects in California, North Carolina and Virginia where her family now resides.