Marlowe

Philosophy + Approach

We believe that it is at the intersection of the material with the immaterial, that compelling design emerges.

Our philosophy is rooted in our values; our conscience; and our optimism for the future.

We consider deeply, the impact of our work upon both our clients and the end-user, and as we strive towards innovation, we are always seeking opportunities to de- light.

Our design process is as creative as our work.

We employ multidisciplinary tools and we engage multidisciplinary collaborators to add both value and efficiency to our process and to our projects.

We are curious. We are rigorous. We are well-researched.

Services

Concept + Creative Direction

Branding

Interior Design

Project Management

About

Alexandra Hutchison returned from New York City to Toronto in 2018 to launch Studio Marlowe. It is her belief that in the 21st century, true luxury must also be sustainable that drives the studio’s innovative, creative and responsible approach.

Alexandra’s portfolio is varied and dynamic and includes conceptual design, branding and interior feasibility studies for hotel group Highgate Hotels; the Senegalese non-profit Lambaye Learning Center; the to-be LEED-certified Center for Fiction in Brooklyn, NY; as well as several multi-unit residential projects while working for BKSK Architects in New York City.

Alexandra holds a Master’s degree in Interior Design from Pratt Institute in New York City and a Bachelor’s from Ryerson, Toronto. In addition, she has studied Luxury and Boutique Hotel Design at the famed Instituto Marangoni in Milan, Italy.

Contact

416 252 3391

info@studiomarlowe.ca

Instagram, LinkedIn

136 Sixteenth Street Etobicoke,Ontario M8V3K1

Luxury in the 21st century is no longer about an ethos of riches but of qualities that are hard to come by in our modern urbanized world; “space; fresh air; silence; slowness; time; hand-craft; and quality.

– Renny Ramakers – Droog Design

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Marlowe

Contact

416 252 3391

info@studiomarlowe.ca

Instagram, LinkedIn

136 Sixteenth Street Etobicoke,Ontario M8V3K1

Luxury in the 21st century is no longer about an ethos of riches but of qualities that are hard to come by in our modern urbanized world; “space; fresh air; silence; slowness; time; hand-craft; and quality.

– Renny Ramakers – Droog Design