Founded in 2001, Andy Goldsborough Interior Design offers an array of comprehensive interior design services, catering especially to both new and seasoned art collectors. Distinctly modern in both conception and execution, the firm’s work infuses traditional decorative elements with the elegance of minimalism. Bespoke furnishings, flourishes of color, and luxurious fabrics are interplayed and balanced with pure, functional use of space. The firm’s work is hailed for its effortless intermixing of unparalleled art and furniture for the most esteemed collectors.
An Alabama native, Andy Goldsborough received his BFA in Interior Design from Auburn University in 1989. Prior to launching AGID in 2001, he worked with celebrated firms, Selldorf Architects and Kohn Pederson Fox Conway, on a variety of residential projects, the Federal Reserve Bank in Dallas, and two exhibitions at The Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum. Andy’s enthusiasm and command of design has also led to his recent teaching position at Parsons the New School for Design.
The firm’s work has appeared in the New York Times Magazine, Architectural Digest, The Luxury Bathroom, Luxury Home Quarterly, Architectural Record’s Record Interior issue, and Metropolitan Home’s Small Spaces issue. Andy’s passion for craftsmanship in design has led to the maturation of his highly acclaimed blog, THE GILDED OWL, and following, the curation and opening of its storefront gallery in Hudson, New York.
The brainchild of interior designer Andy Goldsborough, THE GILDED OWL is an online journal exploring craftsmanship in modern and contemporary design, fine art, fashion, and music. Inspired by authenticity, ingenuity, and above all, quality, Andy and contributors Elizabeth Moore – art, Erin Hazelton – fashion, and David Shebiro – music, continually investigate subjects of fascination and enlighten their readers as to what makes the beautiful beautiful.
While collaborating on the renovation and redesign of a 1785 Federal-style house in Hudson, New York, Andy and Elizabeth co-conceived a new vision for a unique retail space. After years of neglect, they stripped the house back to its stunning origins, and the rooms unfolded as a sequence of spaces that allow the two-and-a-half-year-old blog to become a living gallery. The designers and artists that have inspired The Gilded Owl founders will have their exemplary work harmoniously exhibited together, thus allowing visitors to be inspired by design and the way creative forces influence the way we live.
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