ABOUT THE STUDIO

Sergio Mercado Design has completed residential projects ranging from homes in Connecticut, update New York and New Jersey to lofts in SoHo, TriBeCa and the East Village, apartments in Gramercy Park, Upper East and Upper West Side to town homes in Brooklyn.

Now entering our fifth year, the studio is currently working on a more varied range of projects. In addition to residential interiors, we are now utilizing our studio’s vast experience in hospitality design by working on restaurants and spa projects. Recently acquiring work in Miami Beach, we are also designing in locations other than New York.

The studio is known for creating spaces that are stylistically contemporary while maintaining a distinct timeless livability. The mission of Sergio Mercado Design is to create environments with a ‘soft brand’ approach. Designing within an aesthetic that embraces client involvement without losing touch of the studio’s point-of-view. Total collaboration on a well-established shared vision is the ultimate goal in our interiors projects and to-date we have had the pleasure of working with some wonderful clients.

ABOUT SERGIO MERCADO

Born and raised in Miami Florida, Sergio Mercado was interested in design at a very early age. Following his passion by studying Interior Design at University of Miami, Sergio found himself inspired by designs coming out of California. Pursuing his dreams, he made the journey across the country. The studio of BaMo Inc. in San Francisco was the home that provided him the freedom to pursue his passion for design, experiment with materials, and discover and hone in on his style and aesthetic. After many successful years on the West Coast, it became apparent to Sergio that his heart was beckoning a move to New York City. In New York he became the Creative Director of Clodagh Design, where he engaged his own style with a strong brand. The mission of SergioMercadoDesign is to create environments with a ‘soft brand’ approach. Creating spaces that are stylistically contemporary while maintaining a distinct timeless livability. Finding inspiration in materials, shapes and objects, especially details encountered on hardware or industrial parts. Albeit modern or traditional, inspiration can come in the form of any style. Interpreting everything we see through a modern lens, even if the execution is ultimately something more undefinable.