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Spazio Rosso was founded by Stephanie Rossi in 2005. She received her BFA in Interior Design from the New England School of Art & Design at Suffolk University and is an Allied­ASID member. Stephanie and her team are focused on nurturing relationships—spatial, material and personal—through interior design, resulting in spaces that are bold, balanced, and dynamic. Spazio Rosso has been featured in the Boston Globe, Art Business News, Boston magazine, Design New England, Boston Common, Trad Home, New England Home, Boston Home, and Racked, among others. In recent years, Spazio Rosso has enjoyed two notable distinctions: being honored by ASID New England for an exceptional body of work and being named a Lifestyle Visionary for Interior Design by COUP Boston.


BEACON HILL TOWNHOUSE, BOSTON — photograph by erik roth —


JUNIOR LEAGUE SHOWHOUSE, NEWTON — photograph by greg premru —


IN OTHER WORDS: press

ART BUSINESS NEWS SPRING 2014 “Art by Design”

BOSTON GLOBE SEPTEMBER 2013 “Silver Linings”

BOSTON HOME SUMMER 2013 “Let It Be”

TRAD HOME SPRING 2013 “10 New Trad Designers”

COUP BOSTON FEBRUARY 2013 “Lifestyle Visionaries”

NEW ENGLAND HOME JAN/FEBRUARY 2013 “Rooms We Love”

BOSTON HOME WINTER 2013 “Silk Road”

BOSTON MAGAZINE OCTOBER 2011 “Designing the Dream”

BOSTON HOME SUMMER 2011 “Echoes of Another Time”

BOSTON COMMON SUMMER 2011 “Household Names”

BOSTON COMMON MAY/JUNE 2011 “Mix & Match Up”

BOSTON MAGAZINE APRIL 2011 “Karmic Transformations”

BOSTON HOME SPRING 2011 “Room to Grow”

DESIGN NEW ENGLAND NOV/DECEMBER 2010 “Six Singular Talents”

THESE IMAGES ARE LIVE OBJECTS. CLICK ONE TO BE DIRECTED TO THE FEATURE STORY.


BACK BAY BROWNSTONE, BOSTON — photograph by sean litchfield —


WHAT MAKES STEPHANIE ROSSI A VISIONARY IS HER ABILITY TO DEFTLY MARRY TRADITIONAL SENSIBILITIES WITH FORWARD-THINKING DESIGN... COUP BOSTON FEBRUARY 2013 “Lifestyle Visionary Awards”


BACK BAY PENTHOUSE, BOSTON — photograph by jorg meyer —


PHASES of the DESIGN PROCESS

PHASE ONE: PROGRAMMING

This phase consists of an interview and consultation, including articulating your design goals, inventorying any existing art and furnishings to be incorporated in the project, photographing spaces, meeting/consulting with your project Architect or other consultants, and, finally, articulating a preliminary budget and timeline for design deliverables.

PHASE TWO: PLANNING & DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

This phase consists of creating interior architectural and furniture plans and sourcing all Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment. Sketches and/or renderings of custom design work—furnishings, millwork, et al.— will also be presented for review. Upon acceptance of the design schematics, sources will be secured for the project. Once all selections and sources have been secured and approved, the final project budget, timeline for design deliverables, and renderings will be also be presented for approval.

PHASE THREE: PROJECT EXECUTION & MANAGEMENT

This phase consists of executing the approved design plans, managing the project schedule, and tending to any minutiae that may arise during the process of the project. We work closely with you to consult on and manage bids and timelines submitted by contractors for various aspects of the project. Proposals for all elements of the design plan are submitted for review in advance of each phase.


PLANNING & DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

FURNISHING & FINISH SELECTIONS, RENDERINGS, AND DESIGN PLAN

The furnishings plan is presented for review through a series of detailed architectural drawings.

Furnishings, textiles, lighting, art, decorative objects and finishes are presented during this phase for review and approval.


CONTEMPORARY SOLARIUM, WINCHESTER — photograph by keller & keller —


LET’S GET SOCIAL: connect

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SPAZIO ROSSO INTERIOR DESIGN MEDIA KIT 2014  

Interactive Media Kit from Spazio Rosso Interior Design.

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