Interior Design & Architecture
markweaverheadshot Mark Weaver & Associates is a full service design firm headquartered in Los Angeles. It was founded in 1970 by Mark A. Weaver, a native of Southern California.

Mark’s extensive portfolio covers a diverse and distinctive body of work including residential installations, private aircraft, yachts and private island retreats. Projects range from Los Angeles to New York, restorations of historic estates in Nantucket and Santa Barbara, a townhouse in London, renovations and interiors for a 16C palazzo in Piacenza Italy. His work also incudes a prestigious list of private corporate installations including offices for Fortune 500 companies.

Mark’s hallmark style integrates the old with the new, blending clean modern lines with classical elements. He provides a discerning list of clientele with inviting and gracious environments that are sensitive to scale and proportion, dramatically lit and filled with meticulously chosen furniture, art and antiques. Mark’s Italian heritage has greatly influenced his love of history, architecture and antiquity.

The firm works intently with clients to discover their interests and what amuses them in order to reflect their lifestyle and tastes in their surroundings.Mark avoids trendiness and is keen to tailor his creations to the clients needs. He enjoys being involved in all aspects of a project from the planning, construction and landscaping to the finish details. He and his team work closely with architects and contractors to assure a seamless integration of all elements needed to meet the client’s expectations. His interest in travel and culture takes him abroad searching for the rare and unusual. He notes that an obsession to quality and attention to detail are his signature style.

These skills have gained Mark recognition in a variety of national and international publications, and earned him a list of loyal clients who continue to rely on his talents. Mark is a founding member of the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, a member of the Decorative Arts Council for LACMA and a patron of the Los Angeles Opera.