Sara Wise Design specializes in the creation of unique custom contemporary furniture, rendered through a thoughtful union of quality, sustainability, form, and function. Sara personally guides the design and local construction of each piece to ensure that every detail is executed to the highest of standards and design integrity.
With a Master of Architecture from the University of Washington and over 15 years of design experience ranging from landscape, to architecture, to furniture, Sara’s designs are a reflection of her broad background. Her experience as a fabricator lends a unique rigor and sophistication to the final manifestation of her pieces. As a native of the Pacific Northwest, her design aesthetic is inspired by the qualities inherent to her materials and refined by her vast international travel experience and design studies in both Italy and Scandinavia.
Sara Wise Design offers custom design services at a variety of scales and in any locale. We work with a full range of materials and methods to provide the ideal custom design solution for our clients. We produce indoor and outdoor furnishings, lighting, specialized hardware, architectural details, and more.
Please contact us to inquire about our collection and your custom design projects.
Our furniture collection is currently available to view and purchase at the following fine showrooms:
Seattle Design District: Terris Draheim, Inc.
New York Design Center: Profiles
San Francisco Design Center: Johanna Spilman
Dallas Design District: Allan Knight and Associates
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Custom residential design.
Custom furniture design and fabrication.
Custom accessories and architectural hardware design and fabrication.
Custom lighting design and fabrication.
We live, work, and produce all of our furniture in Seattle. Our furniture is available for purchase throughout the United States and Internationally. We are excited by national and international residential design projects as well - we love to travel!
Master of Architecture, University of Washington
Featured prominently in: "Furniture Studio: Materials, Craft, and Architecture" by Jeffrey Karl Ochsner http://goo.gl/1UN5QK