It doesn’t happen often but technical issues do happen so we’re revisiting a recent subscriber favorite interview with Susan Ferrier while we get things repaired and back up and running. See you tomorrow with a new episode.
A native New Yorker with an intuitive approach to design, Susan Ferrier is well known for creating sensuous, wonderfully atmospheric interiors. In 2000, mutual professional and aesthetic admiration led Susan into a partnership with Bobby McAlpine and Ray Booth. She launched the Nashville office with Ray in 2003, and founded the Atlanta Design Studio in 2005. Her work for McALPINE has been recognized nationally in numerous prestigious publications. Most recently, in 2015, Veranda featured Susan’s own home, describing it as “an atmosphere of intrigue and wonder.” In addition, her interiors have been featured in Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, Atlanta Homes and other significant publications. Susan is inspired by travel, shops the world for treasures and shares her love of people and the places that hold them. She and her husband, Adrian, a native of New Zealand, spend their free time seeing the world, so much so that their passports read like the table of contents of National Geographic. Rizzoli Publications published Susan’s first book, Art of the House, which she co-authored with partner Bobby McAlpine.
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