Shortly after Terence Webster Sr. was asked by the National Society of Interior Designers to design the Red Room for Jacqueline Kennedy at the White House, Mr. Webster began his own office interior design firm.

1964 was his first year in business and he was featured in Canadian Interiors for his work designing Dofasco’s main offices.

Mr. Webster’s brilliant talent as an office designer and artist earned him numerous high profile contracts throughout the 60s and 70s

The 70s found father and son working together on a variety of projects including George Westinghouse’s home/castle. They converted the building into modern office interior for Westinghouse Air-Brake.


Terence Webster Sr. passed away in 1980, leaving his son to carry on the interior office business.  Over the last 30 years, Terry has dedicated his career to establishing and maintaining a loyal clientele.

Some of these clients include Tim Hortons Corporate Offices, Mohawk College, McMaster Hospital, Arcelor Canada and several floors in the John Hancock building located in Chicago. We continue to flourish designing interiors for major hospitals; multi-national corporations; small and large offices and the retail and hospitality industry.

Terence Webster Design’s history is rich in amazing office design; our future is secure as we continue to lead the office remodel industry now and for years to come.