bright designlab is a full service interior design studio in Portland, Oregon. Our firm focuses on superb and unusual design, sustainable practice and local craftsmanship, and giving each project its own language.
In our approach to design, we work collaboratively with each client to elevate each space into a livable, functional, work of art.
Our expertise includes residential interior design, small commercial, restaurant, retail, and custom furniture design. We are LEED Accredited, NCIDQ certified. We are a women owned business and hold a WBE certification in Oregon.
bright designlab is based in Portland, Oregon. We are available to design projects across the country. We love the diversity of collaborating on design in new communities - with recent projects completed in San Francisco, New York, Brooklyn, and Los Angeles.
Landscape design, installation and maintenance. Our work ranges from residential gardens, rooftops and terraces to fine hotels and resorts. Based in New York City, we are founded on the importance of understanding our clients lifestyle and how best to integrate their needs into the exterior environment.
We seek to identify the unique character of every project, and design each space accordingly. We acknowledge the importance of a collaborative approach to design, and easily engage with our clients and other industry professionals. Our in-house installation team brings our designs to life, whilst ongoing attention by our horticulturalists ensure the gardens’ long-term success.
Simon is a former food editor and senior writer for Metro. After an eating tour that stretched from Ho Chi Minh City to Sansepolcro, Tuscany, he settled in London where he worked for Esquire and lived in a council flat two minutes’ walk from the Borough Market. He now freelances from Auckland for the likes of KiaOra (the Air New Zealand magazine), Monocle, Cuisine, Home New Zealand and Metro, where you’ll find columns on eating and drinking, as well as the occasional feature on topics as varied as bread and the politics of waste. His first book, Food Heroes, was published by Penguin in October 2012.