Shila Scarlet Griffith, LEED AP
Shila is an NCIDQ certified and LEED accredited interior designer that also practices interior architecture. She holds both a bachelor’s degree in interior design and master’s degree in sustainable design from Philadelphia University. In 2012, Shila started SG23, a small studio that offers design services spanning interior design, graphic design and website design and development. She also teaches a design studio in the continuing education program at Moore College of Art and Design.
Next up in our Marked Potential series is the Robinson Building at 10th and Market. Interior architect and designer Shila Griffith envisions a multi-screen documentary film theater complex and filmmaker workspace behind the scrolling, Modernist facade of the former women's department store > more
The flamboyantly Flemish Engine 46 seems destined to be one of the city's next hot restaurants. Interior architect and designer Shila Griffith fills the vacant building on Water Street with Belgian beer and three levels of rich food and rustic dining in her series, Marked Potential > more
It is one thing to come up with creative ideas for reusing buildings worthy of a second life and another to blueprint the bones of a solid plan. Interior architect and designer Shila Griffith does both with her new series, Marked Potential. First up is the curvy, mid-century modern Public Health Center #1 at Broad and Lombard > more