Why StudioSIX5?

StudioSIX5 is a commercial Interior Design firm, which leverages the talents of 60+ designers in 4 very creative design teams.

We’re located in Austin, Texas and have completed projects in 38 states…and Japan.

Clients include developers, owners, operators, and property managers of Senior Living, Multifamily, Student Housing, and Hospitality assets.

We’ve built a stress-free design-to-delivery process, which provides client developments with stunning Interior Designs that are functional, enjoyable, and marketable.

Our procurement department also manages logistics, warehousing, and installations to make your project flow smoothly and easily.

If you want the simplicity and efficiency of working with a single firm for the interiors of your developments, our design-to-delivery ecosystem is ready to help you succeed.


Interior Design
Interior Master Planning
Interior Architectural Detailing
Product Design
Construction Documentation
Construction Administration
Marketing Boards
Model Apartments
3D Modeling/Video

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Internship Program at StudioSIX5

Internship Program at StudioSIX5

Internship Program at StudioSIX5 An internship experience determines your future career which is why StudioSIX5 has developed a program that offers interior designers a well-rounded experience that challenges yet inspires. Our interns are involved in every aspect of getting jobs designed, specified, visualized, purchased, and installed. In fact,...

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Niching in Senior Living

Niching in Senior Living

Niching in Senior Living is catching on! Far beyond the common niche categories of Active Adult, Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Skilled Nursing, Senior Living developers are drilling down into market segments based on group identity and affinity. These communities strictly targeted to groups defined by religion, lifestyle,...

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Working With a Licensed Interior Designer

Working With a Licensed Interior Designer

How many foot candles of light are required to safely illuminate an exit door? What’s the proper ratio of a beveled slope to compensate for a ¼” to ½” change in a floor’s height? What’s the minimum fire-resistant rating for wooden doors?  A Licensed Interior Designer knows these things and much, much more. Designers who are not pursuing a...

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