Satomi Yoshida-Katz, International Interior Designer, is celebrated for her refined, culturally eclectic design style. With projects as far as afield as Australia, Italy, Japan and throughout the United States, her boutique design studio approaches the timeless design of stylish hotels, resorts, restaurants, corporate offices, and private residences with a sense of curiosity and a variety of design experiences. Satomi has traveled widely, absorbing experiences and ideas from people, fashion, music, and cultural phenomena that are evidenced in the form and aesthetic of her work.
Satomi specializes in bringing the project’s identity and the client’s vision to the forefront and engages them throughout the design process. Her goal is to create sophisticated and inspirational environments that reflect the clients’ lifestyle, all delivered within their budgets and schedules while respecting the environment. Satomi has been devoted to creating more sustainable built environments for a number of years. Satomi’s work has been featured in design exhibitions and has appeared in leading design publications worldwide, particularly in the United States, Italy, and Japan.
Satomi has contributed her talents to a collection of home and office accessories produced by a design-driven manufacturer whose line of products has been sold to MOMA and other museum and contemporary interior shops throughout the world.
Satomi holds a bachelors degree in interior design from Iowa State University (FIDER accredited). She is an allied member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), New Jersey and Metro New York Chapter, and an associate member of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA). She is also a member of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA).