Diane McCafferty is an interior designer whose work bridges the gap between the traditional disciplines of architecture and interior design. She brings a unique sensitivity to her projects, carefully integrating materials and details to achieve, simple, elegant, and evocative interiors. Fueled by a desire for authenticity, she often creates project-specific furniture, lighting and accessories. She has designed private residences, corporate and institutional interiors, executive offices, and retail environments.
Diane’s career has included positions with Richard Meier and Partners and with John Pawson and Skidmore Owings and Merrill in London. Prior to joining with David, she was a designer with Schwartz/Silver Architects in Boston, where she was responsible for developing interior architecture and furnishings for a series of highly acclaimed projects.
Diane is a member of the International Interior Design Association, the American Society of Interior Designers and the United States Green Building Council. She holds a Master of Arts in Interior Design from Pratt Institute in New York City; she completed her undergraduate work at Boston College and studied industrial design at the Domus Academy in Milan.