Studio Shamshiri is a multidisciplinary design firm. They are driven by experience, narrative, and the belief that thoughtful design can be a means toward living life to its fullest. The studio maintains a perspective that is highly collaborative and driven by responsibility and research – looking towards the future with support from the past. They dive deep into archives, support historical preservation efforts, and apply traditional building methods to construction and furnishings. They believe in collecting vintage and investing in quality.
The studio is conscious about what it puts into the world. They are aware of indoor air pollution and strive to source all-natural, non-toxic materials, and avoid synthetic materials whenever possible. They are committed to design that sustains a healthy and wholesome life, supports earth-friendly businesses and local artisans.
Pamela and Ramin Shamshiri founded Studio Shamshiri in 2016. The brother-sister team was part of the four-founding partners at Commune, where they received the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Award for their body of work completed from 2004 to 2015. Studio Shamshiri brings Pamela and Ramin’s respective backgrounds in production, art direction, and set design to residential, commercial and hospitality projects both domestic and international.
The studio’s portfolio includes restoration work for homes designed by iconic architects such as A Quincy Jones, Stanford White, Nigel Coates, Rudolph Schindler, Myron Hunt, Buff & Hensman and Andrew Geller, as well as ground-up projects with notable contemporaries including Marmol Radziner and Johnston Marklee. The Los Angeles-based studio is located in the Thomson Building, a 1920’s Hollywood landmark, that was acquired and restored by the Shamshiri team in 2017.
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With a shape that was inspired by a golden vinyl player, Hendrix ceiling lamp is a tribute the American rock guitarist, singer, and songwriter: Jimi Hendrix. This gold plated luminaire captures your attention letting you feel the acoustics of the bright Hendrix guitar and reminding us the high fidelity audio reproductions. The open, structured look of this ceiling light is a great choice for a stylish mid-century modern interior. The arms are adjustable, allowing you to create personalized looks.
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