Weixler Peterson & Luzi Inc

232 S 4th St
Philadelphia PA 19106

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  • Mon: 9am-5pm
  • Tue: 9am-5pm
  • Wed: 9am-5pm
  • Thu: 9am-5pm
  • Fri: 9am-5pm

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About Our Interior Designers Steven Weixler, Walter Peterson and Marcello Luzi are partners who have enjoyed a collaborative relationship on almost every project for two decades. In addition to completing interior design commissions in Philadelphia, Bucks County, Chester County and on the Main Line, our interior design firm has participated in designer showhouses benefitting the Vassar College Scholarship Fund and the Philadelphia Design Industry AIDS Fund. Our commercial work includes projects for Connecticut National Bank, Shawmut National Trust, and Dunn Capital Management as well as a major new facility for Elevations Health Club in the Poconos. We have been published in design magazines such as Architectural Digest, Design Times, Florida Design, House Beautiful, Philadelphia Style and in several books including Interior Visions: Great American Designers and the Showcase House ; Showcase of Interior Design, Eastern Edition II ; Bedrooms ; and Who's Who in Interior Design. We have each presented lectures on various aspects of interior design and been featured on the HGTV program Interiors by Design hosted by Chris Madden. Additionally, we have donated our services to the Baldwin School, Saint James School, Laurel House, a domestic violence shelter, and Calcutta House, an AIDS hospice. Steven Weixler Steven Weixler studied architecture at the University of Kentucky, and it was there he developed his interest in interior design. His background and literacy in architecture brings to the firm and its clients a unique ability to smooth the transition from house to home. His role is to establish an understanding of the clients' needs and to translate those needs into the spatial and technical language that can meet them. His influence can be seen in all of the firm's work, from the architectural detailing of an historic restoration to the integration of advanced electronics in a home theatre to state-of-the-art lighting so critical to one's perception of the built environment. Mr. Weixler is Chairman of the Central Delaware Advocacy Group, a coalition of representatives from fifteen civic associations that span the central Delaware waterfront in Philadelphia. He is a member of the International Association of Lighting Designers, the Philadelphia chapter of Classical America and the Philadelphia Athenum Walter Peterson attended Lycoming College following years of intense music study, which taught him the value of economy in composition. This lesson together with an extraordinary knowledge of antiques and the decorative arts has influenced his ability to refine and edit every project. Passionate about detail and known for creating rooms that are architecturally appropriate and a suitable reflection of the client's personality, his interiors are warm and elegant but never pretentious or intimidating. Mr. Peterson worked at the fabric house of Stroheim & Roman before serving as a designer with Robert D. Knipe for five years. A native of Philadelphia, he is a member of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Philadelphia Athenum and the Rosenbach Museum & Library. Marcello Luzi is a graduate of the Art Institute of Philadelphia following undergraduate study in finance at Drexel University. In addition to his design work he provides financial oversight for the firm to ensure projects remain on time and within budget. Raised in Italy and the United States, he is certified under the National Council for Interior Design Qualifications ; he also has helped write exam questions and acted as NCIDQ exam chairman. After serving as ASID chapter treasurer and president, he was a national spokesman for the American Society of Interior Designers and has co-chaired its Industry Advisory Council. Mr. Luzi serves on the advisory board of the Interior Design Department at the Art Institute of Philadelphia and also is an active member of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Victorian Society in America and the Philadelphia Athenum.