The hallmark of Fisher Weisman, as described in the New York Times Sunday Magazine, is "drop dead, big city chic". Andrew Fisher and Jeffry Weisman blend extraordinary imagination and artistic sensibility with a highly restrained design sense and attention to detail to create memorable interiors and furnishings.
After Fisher earned degrees in metal arts, drawing and sculpture at the California College of the Arts, he designed interiors with John Hallock, created fantasy installations with Tony Duquette, and established himself as a fine artist with a loyal following. Weisman earned an undergraduate degree in design and an MBA at Stanford. After designing corporate interiors at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and Gensler, he designed and licensed product with Charles Pfister before establishing his own design practice. The two founded Fisher Weisman in 2000 and have created a wide range of stunning interiors, furniture and lighting since.
Fisher Weisman projects have been widely published and the firm has been included in Elle Decor's A-List of top design firms for many years. The Monacelli Press published Artful Decoration, a monograph of interiors by Fisher Weisman, in 2013. The firm is based in San Francisco and San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.