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The Firm

Reilly Design is an architectural and interior design collaborator and consulting studio focused on the inventive conception of built environments. We utilize the right blend of architectural and interior design with graphics and technology to convey the branding and positioning of companies and financial institutions of all sizes. We create compelling spaces that sell.

We also specialize in providing residential design solutions for developers striving to accommodate a chosen demographic as well as solutions for discriminating buyers who desire distinctive homes or vacation getaways that reflect their individual personalities and dreams. Reilly Design brings together, through strategic partnerships, the right talent at the right time to fulfill each clients’ needs.

We strive to provide the most efficient way possible for large development interests, banks and credit unions, small or start-up companies, and individuals to benefit from our experience, and that of our partners, to bring them the exceptional creativity and service one might expect of a much larger studio.

Ron Reilly, Design Director

Ron Reilly is an architectural designer with almost 30 years of experience in a broad range and scale of financial, commercial, retail, corporate, and hospitality architecture. He is a versatile designer able to work in traditional, contextual, and contemporary architecture as appropriate for each client’s unique program and region. With a wide range of expertise in all phases of various project types, he understands the challenges and complexities of the planning and implementation of environments from the early concept through final construction.

Ron has worked for large national architecture, design and branding firms like Shepley Bulfinch Richardson & Abbott, JSA Inc and Brandpartners, on projects for a wide array of clients including GE, Fidelity, Equity Residential, Suntrust, WSFS Bank and Marriott International. He studied Architecture and Historic Preservation at Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island and The Boston Architectural College.