Al Ruschmeyer is a sophisticated designer with classic sensibilities and a deep understanding of history. Following studies at San Francisco’s Academy Of Art and 8 years in visual merchandising, he founded his own residential interior design firm in 1980.
Notable design projects:
–– Restoration and renovation of the 1929 Phleger estate in Woodside, CA
–– Updating the Alma Speckles town house on Nob Hill
–– Transformation of an industrial shell into a Chateau for a furniture manufacturer’s showroom at the San Francisco Design Center
–– Exhibits for the San Francisco Fall Antiques Show 1992 to 2009
–– San Francisco Decorator Showhouses
Awards & publications
–– 1992 House and Garden Design Award for the library of the Hillsborough Carolands Chateau.
–– Contributed to books on the architect David Alder and decorator Francis Elkins.
Al is passionate about creating beauty and comfort for his clients. When not designing, he can be found in his childhood haunts of the Northern California Sierra mountain biking and snowboarding, letting his imagination run free.