A key figure in the Columbus design community for over twenty years, Fritz has worked with a diverse range of clients from Cameron Mitchell to premier executive residences.  


Fritz’s curious and open approach to each project comes from a deep commitment to design education - from his own extensive training to his years as Chair of Interior Design at Columbus College of Art and Design. 

Fritz earned his BS in Interior Design from The University of Cincinnati's College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning (DAAP) after prior degrees from Northwestern University and Southern Methodist University.   He also holds a Masters in Historic Preservation from Columbia University in New York.


Fritz is well-known for taking the time to embrace his client's story - He will listen and observe to discover your goals and aspirations along a collaborative journey.  Only then can he guide the process to deliver precisely what you want:  a setting for life that is a highly-personalized reflection of who you are. 

This individualized approach to design assures that no project repeats itself.  Fritz's only signature style is attention to detail and follow-through.  He's not interested in the safe design response around current trends when he can create a timeless impression that continues to inspire for years to come.