Studio ABM Design, LLC based in Greenwich CT, was conceived to give a fresh perspective on the Hospitality Design Industry. The firm, with Anthea Bosch-Moschini as its lead designer, determined that new times needed a new approach at looking at quality and innovative hospitality projects. A more streamlined approach in communication, execution and budget has allowed Studio ABM Design to maintain creating exciting and unique environments. Having an extremely “hands on” approach with every client and every project is the main objective. This important attribute has subsequently contributed in making Studio ABM Design the successful boutique interior design firm that it is.
Studio ABM Design prides itself on a very personal and detailed relationship with each client and each space. The result is innovatively designed spaces that are stimulating in aesthetics as well as successful in their functionality. The design process is a harmonious and thoughtful dialogue with attention to the client’s needs, budget and conceptual objective.
Anthea Bosch- Moschini brings an extensive amount of interior design experience to her projects. Prior to her involvement with Studio A and now Studio ABM Design studios, she worked as senior project designer/manager for highly acclaimed hospitality design firms that have been responsible for a number of the most recognizable hospitality projects in the industry. She is an Alumni of New York School of Interior Design, and is amongst the faculty that teaches studio classes in the BFA program. Alongside her teaching responsibilities she contributes as juror and mentor to the senior thesis graduating classes.
Anthea Bosch-Moschini offers a diverse cultural background that is apparent in the approach to her work. As a native South African she loves all things tactile. In her opinion the use of color alongside the delicate balance of the right light is the key to a successful project. In addition to her proud South African roots she has lived in such metropolis cities such as Milan, Madrid, Athens, Zurich and Mexico City.