Kate Sibley and Jeremy Grove met in 2000 on the Design Studies course at Goldsmiths College. They established Sibley Grove in 2011 having been inspired by Michael Braungart and Bill McDonough’s book Cradle to Cradle. Energetic, experienced and multi-disciplinary Kate and Jeremy are highly-skilled interior and furniture designers.
From an 87 hectare lifestyle complex in Saudi Arabia to a residential eco home in Devon they have worked with an impressive portfolio of clients including Chelsea FC, Blackstone and the Victoria & Albert Museum. Their most recent interior design project is an exclusive residential development in Saudi Arabia for Olayan, which includes 1000 homes, an 80 bedroom hotel, shopping mall, spa, health and fitness centre, serviced office buildings, cinema and ballroom.
Kate is also an established jewellery designer and was shortlisted for the Palladium Visions competition at London Fashion Week in 2011. Her range of sustainable jewellery called ‘Fast Fashion’ launched in 2012. Visit www.katesibley.com
Jeremy spent 6 years working as associate director at Target Living, owned by Tara Bernerd, before setting up Sibley Grove.