Whether it is an interior, print or a website, I'm on it.
My name is Shila Scarlet Griffith and I get my artistic side from my father and my grit from my mother. I am a formally educated and trained, NCIDQ certified and LEED accredited interior designer. I hold a bachelor’s degree in interior design and master’s degree in sustainable design.
Before I started SG23 Design, I worked in corporate and high-end residential interior design. My last job was as a designer at an award-winning Pennsylvania architecture firm, where I was the first designer to obtain NCIDQ certification. In preparation of starting my own design studio I learned to code in order to build my portfolio website to showcase my work. As a result, my studio grew and now offers brand identity and website design for businesses.
While running my own design studio, I have realized that what my clients value most is that I take a ton of weight off of their shoulders, through thoughtful design and stellar project management.
From the time I step into a space or meeting, the wheels are already turning.
Current Age: 32
Age I knew I wanted to be a designer: 13
Degrees: 2 (Bachelors in Interior Design, Masters in Sustainable Design)
Years of professional experience: 10+
National certifications: 2
Years teaching at Moore College of Art & Design: 5
Hidden City Philadelphia Columnist - Marked Potential Project
United By Blue Cleanups:
Greenbuild 2013 Outreach and Engagement Committee Member
Design is Inclusive
DesignPhiladelphia October 4th - October 13th
7.12.17 - Marked Potential: Film Exchange Building
3.9.17 - Marked Potential: Graffiti Pier
11.22.16 - Marked Potential: Fidelity Trust Company
9.13.16 - Marked Potential: Roosevelt Theater
8.18.16 - Marked Potential: Cunningham Building
6.13.16 - Marked Potential: Northern Savings Fund
1.20.16 - Marked Potential: Mercantile Library
10.23.15 - Marked Potential: Shawmont Station
6.3.15 - Marked Potential: Robinson Building
5.6.15 - Marked Potential: Engine 46
12.11.2017 Can Graffiti Pier's Enduring Allure Last? By Allie Volpe