Tom Scheerer has been practicing architectural and interior design in Manhattan since 1985. His work is characterized by clear logical architectural solutions combined with suitable, comfortable furnishings. He emphasizes furniture planning, spatial relationships, color and texture over the ornate or purely decorative. He has a keen appreciation for art. While he is fluent in various styles, he prefers to use antiques sparingly and succinctly within a context of what he labels "relaxed modernism". His fore-bearers in the trade are Billy Baldwin and David Hicks, masters of fresh, civilized, beautiful, unpretentious spaces. After graduating from The Cooper Union in 1985 with a degree in architecture, Mr. Scheerer formed a design partnership. Almost immediately, his work was published in The New York Times Magazine, New York, House Beautiful, House & Garden, Town & Country and other national publications. In 1995 Scheerer formed his own Manhattan-based decorating firm. His work includes recently completed projects in New York, East Hampton, Sweden, Paris, and the Bahamas.
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