Lisa Barglowski

Lisa Barglowski

New York, NY, US



I am an Interior Designer with Fawn Galli Interiors in New York City; a small interiors firm with a focus on High End Residential. I've been a part of the Fawn Galli Team for three years, starting as an intern and working up to a Junior Designer. 

I graduated from University of Massachusetts Amherst with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree in Architecture. I am well practiced in AutoCAD, Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite and various other programs. On my own I have a love for home interiors, a natural eye for composition use and color, and I am hard working and dedicated to provide a well planned, detail oriented final product.



Fawn Galli Interior Design, New York, NY, US, Designer

Designer with Fawn Galli Interiors: Designer, Project Manager, Assistant Designer, Office Manager, Assistant to Business Owner, Internship Manger

Nov 2013 - current


University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst, MA, US, Bachelors, Architecture&Design

I have a Bachelor's of Fine Arts in Architecture; in a four year program that was conceptual design oriented. I developed a variety of projects with widely different settings and limitations, with great emphasis on renovation and re-use structures and their interiors. Our projects ranged from small "dream" spaces to slot buildings in Northampton, to a renovation project in downtown Springfield, and to a community-based rebuilding project in Holyoke, Mass. I also studied in Rome, Italy, where I worked on a modern urban planning project to bring something new to a baroque landscape of the streets of Rome. There is a fine, detail-oriented hand quality that can be seen in my projects, specifically hand drawings and 3-D models. My strengths lie in conceptual planning throughout the entire design process, a single idea that gives intent to each detail in relation to the overall design. I am hard working and highly motivated from beginning to end. I enjoy the sense of accomplishment and pride in my work, and eagerness to continue to explore design possibilities.

Sep 2007 - May 2011

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