Brianne did not discover her passion for interior design, she was born with it. As a young girl she would create multi-level floor plans by arranging images from her parent's ...
Brianne did not discover her passion for interior design, she was born with it. As a young girl she would create multi-level floor plans by arranging images from her parent's Architectural Digest magazines; and since then has never veered from her dream of being an Interior Designer.
As a Licensed Interior Designer, she founded Brianne Bishop Design in 2009 after years of working for a design/build Architecture/Interior Design firm that specialized in high-end residential and hospitality projects. Trained under a prominent Chicago modernist Architect, Brianne refined her skills in not only interior design, but also architecture, construction management and building systems, making her more knowledgeable on all aspects of her field. These additional skill sets add an unparalleled value to Brianne's approach to every project. Her goal is to provide every Client with an environment that meets their vision and needs, with the addition of timeless style, and just the right amount of the unexpected. She prides herself on value, honesty, and communication.
Brianne holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design from the prestigious Harrington College of Design, as well as a Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Management from Western Michigan University, giving her not only a strong knowledge and understanding of design education, but also budgeting, scheduling and project management. Brianne also had the experience of studying art history and architecture in London. While there, she then traveled throughout Europe, experiencing firsthand the fundamentals of her practice.
Brianne was recently awarded "Best Design Firm Contemporary" 2015 by Interiors-CS Magazine. She is also a recipient of the inaugural "Top 5 under 5" award and recognized as a Distinguished Alumni by Harrington College of Design. In 2007 Chicago Scene magazine named her as a "Designer to Watch".