At Sibley Grove we bring together a range of talented creatives with unique, innovative abilities, experience and far-reaching ambitions. Visionary people to work with visionary clients.
Jeremy Grove – Director
A rapid rise through a successful career in interior design led Jeremy Grove to co-found Sibley Grove. After graduating from the multidisciplinary Design BA at Goldsmiths College Jeremy went on to found GOE Design, working mainly on furniture design. An award-winning sustainable Carpet Tile Chair got him noticed by Interior Design Studio Target Living and his hard work, talent and ambition soon led to his employment as Associate Director. While in this role, Jeremy managed large projects throughout Europe and the Middle East, including Aspinall Casino in London’s Mayfair, Cassis Bistro, Center Parcs, Swissotel Basel and Swissotel Zurich. Working with large clients such as Blackstones, Aspers Group, Marc Group and many more bridged the gap between Jeremy’s specialist design skills and his understanding of commercial business needs. The two marry up in Sibley Grove’s unique, ambitious and fresh approach to all aspects of creative interior design. Jeremy is currently enjoying co-ordinating an 87 hectare design project in Saudi Arabia.
Kate Sibley – Director
At the core of Sibley Grove is a deep understanding of visual identity, an Kate Sibley’s background in graphics is fundamental to this approach. Creating tailored identities for clients is second nature after eight years as a graphic designer working with a multitude of different clients including The Daily Mirror, Central St Martin’s, Brent Council and many more. Kate studied multidisciplinary, conceptual design at the prestigious Goldsmiths College and throughout her graphics career continued to pursue other elements of creativity including interiors. Founding Sibley Grove ensures that Kate can actively promote this cross-pollination of artistic disciplines. As a successful jewellery designer in her own right, Kate has also completed an MA in Jewellery Design at Central St Martin’s, had work featured in Vogue, shown at London Fashion Week and was recently invited to curate a workshop at the Design Museum. Both Kate’s jewellery design and her work at Sibley Grove explore the use of closed loop cycles and new approaches to sustainability.
Sibley Grove actively promotes creativity in all its forms; we enjoy working with interdisciplinary designers and artists who bring fresh ideas to interior design. Our ever expanding network includes architects, fine artists, graphic designers, furniture designers and craftspeople. Nurturing talent and making links with new creatives is also fundamental to our team and we offer a great package for interns, ensuring support and exposure to the industry.