Since a young age Josephine Cicero had always been creative and dreamt of pursuing a career in the design world. At the age of eighteen she gained a place at the prestigious Glasgow School Of Art to study for a degree in Interior Design. After four years at art school it gave her the necessary drawing and presentational skills before the big step into the world of work.
Josephine recalls; “After graduating I returned to my hometown of London and began working for. a leading Spanish manufacturer of tiles, sanitary-ware and kitchens. I started as a junior Designer, working for the trade and contracts team and within three years worked my way to become a senior designer for London and the South East. This experience gave me the practical knowledge of taking my ideas from concept to fruition.
In order to diversify from the KBB (kitchens, bathrooms and bedrooms) sector I went on to work for residential and commercial Interior Design firms, thus gaining experience working on interesting project ranging from homes to a well known recording studio.
I will always say that I don’t have a style, but that every interior warrants its own personality and distinction. Listening to a clients specific needs to create an interior that reflects both the client and their lifestyle”.