Edward Lobrano was raised in Jacksonville, Florida. He attended the University of Georgia where he received his undergraduate degree, and Georgia State University, in Atlanta, for his MBA. In his early 40’s, his love of design and furniture led him away from a successful career in real estate syndication, and into the world of interior design. He has been a designer ever since.
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Through his work, Ed has been able to build an enormous source of artisans, contacts and resources throughout the United States, Europe and Asia, and to have the opportunity to work on exciting and challenging projects both here and abroad. In addition, his work and associations have enabled him to see some of the most beautiful rooms and houses and to experience the world of great decorating.
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Ed began his design career in Washington, D.C. with Anthony Childs Inc. At Anthony Childs he was exposed to great style and an understanding of French furniture. His move to Bunny Williams Inc., as her head designer, brought him into the world of casual, eclectic good taste and with it a love of English Furniture; it also helped him to understand the placement of furniture and the importance of detail and quality, something that was already an essential element to him. Ed’s position at Bunny’s led him to work for David Anthony Easton Inc. which eventually created an opportunity in San Francisco to run a group for Paul Wiseman of the Wiseman Group, one of the most important design firms on the West Coast. Ed started his own firm in San Francisco in 1998.
His client list includes well-established families and individuals speaks to the quality of our work as well as to our organizational and business skills. He emphasizes personal attention which is often lost when working with larger firms and his experience extends into the areas of commercial and hospitality including having completed several country clubs, client’s boats and other projects in the last few years.