William Bernard Design Group

Office - Boys Night Out

Tony Ferchak and Lorenzo B. Mollicone

Designers Statement: “We thought 60’s Retro updated… sexy, stylized and provocative.
Our movie, ‘Boys Night Out’ became our inspiration…adolescent fantasies and the adult suburban male. The only thing missing is a knock-out of a blonde.”

Tony Ferchak

Born in Washington, D.C. and resided in College Park, Maryland where he earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Maryland in 1986. After relocating to South Florida in 1990, he received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Interior Design from the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. While attending the Art Institute, he was employed by Shuster Design Associates and remained there for 6 1/2 years. Tony then went on to work with Michael Brosche Associates in Delray Beach until 2000 when he partnered with Lorenzo Mollicone to establish William Bernard Design Group. Tony is fluent in the process of working with contractors and owners from the blueprints and conceptualization stage, overseeing installations and finishing touches, right up until it is time to move in.

Lorenzo Bernard Mollicone

Focuses on interior accents and sources the world for the perfect details. He brings a New York background to the team, fully versed in new and innovative trends as well as the traditional. Born in Rome, Italy and raised in New York, Lorenzo began his schooling at the Fashion Institute of Technology, but then earned his Bachelor of Arts degree at the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale and began working under the guidance of Dorothy Draper and Company. The main focus work with Dorothy Draper was historical preservation and restoration of existing residences and hotels. He then went on to work with C. R. Davis, Inc. in the capacity of Vice President. He traveled extensively in both positions. In 1995 he relocated to South Florida and was employed with Shuster Design Associates. After departing from Shuster Design, Lorenzo formed LBM Design, Inc. and was a solo practitioner until the year 2000 when he became a partner with the William Bernard Design Group.

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