Erin Roberts

Erin Roberts

San Francisco, CA, US



The idea of a passionate, interconnected, creative community is the deepest root of my thesis project and my personal design mission. Along with a love for exploration, beauty, design, brainstorming, and new technology I hope to spearhead in my lifetime new products and design ideas that continue to break free of pre-conceived boundaries. The book Cradle to Cradle introduced me to the notion of re-defining design as we know it, and left me with an empowering possibility that will forever effect my design process.

With a background in fine art and a drive for collaboration, I am a recent Master's Degree graduate in Interior Architecture and Design. I aspire to find a place in an Architecture firm that has an interior design sector and possible opportunities in retail, restaurant, hospitality, office, mix-use, and custom product design. Running my own company has honed my diligence, drive and ability to wear many hats. With this and my seasoned artistic skillset, I hope to be the best contribution to my future design team.

Find samples of my MFA work attached as well as my online portfolio at 



Little Hunter Design Studio, San Francisco, Principal

Designs and handcrafts fine art murals, decorative painting faux wallpaper, surface patterns for accessories, and artwork on canvas to the trade and for private clients
• Professionally renders interior & exterior watercolor perspectives and sketches
• Murals published in CH+D Jan and May 2012, Martha Stewart Living May 2011, 7x7 April 2009

Jun 2006 - current

Evie Talmus Designs Jewelry, San Francisco, Creative Director

• Product concept development, sketching charrettes for seasonal collections, jewelry production by hand
• Marketing development including branding, graphic design, promotional flyers, website design, jewelry display design, and packaging for the company

Jan 2010 - Dec 2012


Academy Of Art University, San Francisco, Masters, Interior Architecture & Design


Commercial Retail Interior Design, The New Standard
• 150,000 sqft flagship sustainable design center thesis project
• Urban treehouse, suspension and industrial concepts within roaming supper club restaurant, sustainable product showrooms, product design workshop studios, canopy promenade, atrium, coffee juice bar, fireside hammock lounge and gardens

Commercial and Residential Product Design, Hagtash Collection
• Custom furniture and lighting collaborations with local and international sustainable artists using locally reclaimed, FSC or vintage materials
• Produced by local artisans or within the USA, made to order within The New Standard
• Concepts include the modern forager, Hagtash: quirky and trending, vintage revival, and workshop in the trees

May 2009 - May 2013


Academy of Art Spring Show, Other

Feature Thesis Project: The New Standard


Areas of Specialization 


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