Since 1994, Washington, DC and Miami Beach based FORMA Design, Inc., has produced memorable, creative and thoughtful Architecture and Interior Design projects that have garnered over 27 awards from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the International Interior Design Association (IIDA), and have been widely published in local, national and International books and magazines. Our projects have also been featured on National TV ( HGTV's "Small Space, Big Style", "Bang for Your Buck" and Fine Living Network's " What you get for Your Money"). We are CBE certified in Washington, DC. We were just nominated for the third time for Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum’s 2015 National Design Awards, a nationwide awards program honoring excellence, innovation, and lasting achievement in American design.

We are registered architects who specialize in Interiors- Interior Architecture and Interior Design. From architectural reconfiguration of a home to the selection of finishes and lighting, furniture, artwork, down to the accessories. Our work has been referred to as "warm modernism with european sensibilities", that result in homes that don't just look great but are also warm and livable. Each and every project is tailored to the individual client, their lifestyle, their budget and what is appropriate to the home itself, so the results are always unique, based on those parameters. Let us know how we can assist you on your project!

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Services Provided
Interior Architecture
Interior Design
Furniture selection and procurement

Areas Served
Washington DC,
Suburban Maryland,
Northern Virginia, Miami

Certifications and Awards
American Institute of Architects (AIA)
International Interior Design Association (IIDA)
Washington DC & Miami
Award Winning Architect & Designer

Contact: Andreas Charalambous, AIA, IIDA
Commented: Interesting mirror solution in front of a window. Who makes this? This was all custom designed by FORMA.
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Commented: How much space is needed between the bottom of the counter & toilet ? Enough so you can remove the top to service the toilet. We try to have at a minimum 8 inches, if not more, so you need to select a toilet that allows those clearances.
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Commented: Storm door The door was custom made for the project.
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FORMA Design commented on a discussion in Photo Questions: what handles were used and where i can buy them?
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