Union Adorn is a full service bicoastal design studio based in New York City and Seattle, WA. We possess a strong skill set that envelopes many areas of design with a focus on client experience. Together with a network of highly skilled professionals we create compelling presentations and engaging environments for both brands and personal clients. We partner with clients from concept to execution, to translate their dreams into concrete ideas, to then oversee the production to installation; allowing for these concepts to be realized.
LIST OF SERVICES
We approach interior design from a different perspective, making a point to truly understand our clients to build strong, trustworthy relationships. We intend to streamline the process by working closely our network of custom fabricators, builders and architects. We design commercial and residential projects that range from designing interior spaces to remodels and renovations.
VISUAL PRESENTATION DESIGN + VISUAL MERCHANDISING
With a strong portfolio in visual merchandising and window display design, we can support your brand in concept development and design for upcoming installations and rollouts. With a network of skilled professionals we can be the liaison between your company and production firms to ensure designs are executed properly and within budget. Project emphasis on the following industries: jewelry & watches, luxury fashion accessories, designer apparel, tabletop & decorative home, special events & promotions.
Brand iDentity Design
When planning a new launch or building a business, companies often seek guidance in translating their brand's vision into a reality. From social media and web presence to packaging design, to store interiors and window displays. We can define your brand's aesthetic position and lead you in the correct direction towards building a successful brand.
In addition to concept development and prop styling services for commercial photography shoots, we can set the stage for lifestyle experiences and holiday decor. With the innate ability to set a scene and illustrate visual narrative through prop and object placement, we are that missing link between the florist and the caterer.