TAS Interiors — The Company
TAS Interiors is an Interior Design and Architectural Studio. Created in 1997 by André Sabbagh, TAS is an authority on bringing “The Absolute Splendor” to your home or business. Offering full service interior design and interior architecture for over 10 years, TAS has built a reputation that is recognized in the pages of Home and Design and Washington Spaces magazines.
TAS has direct relationships with vendors of furniture, carpet, accessories, fabrics, and other products that enable unique value for a complete project to be shared with its client’s.
TAS approaches each project keeping in mind their client’s vision, needs and budget as top priorities. Whether it is a prestigious office, private home, upscale restaurant, embassy or place of celebration, our design team is equally at ease to carry out any type of project, providing the best quality and attention to detail needed to achieve excellence in a project’s completion.
André Sabbagh — Principal Designer
André Sabbagh is the Principal Designer and owner of TAS Interiors. André has degrees in Interior Design and Landscape Architecture from Marymount University, School of Design and George Washington University. His wealth of experience through his 15 years working with many design/furniture retail firms and extensive international travel, give him a unique design perspective and empower him to bring the best out of his clients dreams for their home or business.
André has participated in the National Symphony Orchestra Show House and the Home and Design Summer Showhouse at the Washington Design Center. André has also been published in numerous newspapers and magazines and has won a number of awards for his design innovations.
André is committed to creating unique, personal and lasting interior designs for his clients. He applies his thorough working knowledge of furniture, lighting and architectural perspectives to each design space, and with apparent ease manipulates and re-creates the space to the satisfaction of his extensive repeat clientele.