Jon Andersen-Miller has been an independent interior designer for 20 years. He's worked extensively on primary residences in Boston, Los Angeles, and New York and on summerhouses in Florida and Cape Cod. He now resides in Concord, Massachusetts.
Jon works with clients to consider their functional needs and style, tapping his extensive knowledge and experience in space planning, lighting design, furniture design and fabrication, colors, materials and finishes selection, sustainable design, historic preservation, and contractor coordination.
His past residential projects include a broad range of commissions. He has completed sustainable eco-friendly interiors for New England's first LEED-certified house in Newton, MA. He has worked respectfully on historic 19th century homes of the Northeast, while also working on the early 20th century vernacular homes and mid-century modern homes of Los Angeles.
Jon has also completed commercial and institutional projects, including a low-income elderly housing facility, public spaces for an urban condominium tower, and two public charter schools. Jon's charitable work has included dormitory and public areas of two women's shelters and a dorm room at a drug-rehabilitation center.
Jon's work has been published in the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Magazine, the Boston Globe and the Globe Sunday Magazine and the books Complete Bathroom Design and High-End Interiors. He taught interior design classes for five years at The Boston Architectural College including "History of Modernism, 1880–1980" and "History of Furniture Design" as well as serving on the school's alumni board and its library committee.
Jon has a degree in art history from Vassar College and a degree in interior design from The Boston Architectural College. He is a professional member of ASID and is NCIDQ-certified.