Born in Laguna Beach, raised in Hawaii, and living for 20 years in Los Angeles, the perspective of Jeremy Irvine is uniquely Pacific. Jeremy believes that the best interior designers make it look like they were never there, and that a home should above all else reflect the people who live in it, and show them at their very best. Each home that Jeremy has designed is meant to enrich the events of life and not inhibit them.
After attending a private high school in Hawaii that nurtured his creativity and individualism, Jeremy studied architecture at Woodbury University in Burbank, California. Staying on in Los Angeles, his first jobs were in planning and project management, giving him the opportunity to work on the projects of some of the most esteemed architects and firms including Hogetts + Fung, Daly Genik, Frank Ghery, Alvaro Siza, Rios Clementa Hale, and Phillipe Stark. Eventually deciding that his passion was for objects on a smaller scale, he went to work for Holly Hunt Los Angeles and sold high end furniture, textiles, and objects. In his time there he dealt with some of the world’s most sought after interior design goods and materials. In addition to Holly’s own line he represented Christian Liaigre, Alison Berger, Kevin Reilly, Promemoria, Bruno Romeda, Ashley Collins, and Richard Serra just to name a few. Holly Hunt is now a subsidiary of Knoll.
Along the way Jeremy always enjoyed designing interiors for friends and clients. When his side business grew to the point where he could no longer hold two jobs at once he left the sales world to concentrate on his own work. Jeremy is a former Cultural Heritage Commissioner for the city of Los Angeles. Jeremy spends his free time volunteering to promote education and literacy, and living an active life all over Southern California.