Copy of About Marion Cage
About the designerMarion Cage McCollam is a multi-disciplinary designer who lives and works in New Orleans. She holds a degree in Industrial Design from the Ecole Superieure Des Arts Graphiques, Paris as well as a Master of Architecture Degree from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture. A liscensed Architect since 2000, she worked in the offices of Pritzker Prize winning Architects, Bernard Tschumi and the late Zaha Hadid before founding her own design practice.
She began designing jewelry in 2003 and has since branched out into fine cabinetry hardware, lighting and home furnishings all of which is available through select showrooms in the US and in Canada in addition to her flagship retail gallery and showroom, Marion Cage, on Magazine Street in New Orleans. She has won numerous awards for her architectural and product designs and her work has been featured in Elle, Elle Décor, Interior Design, WWD, In Style, Architectural Record and WSJ Home, Dwell and New York Magazine.
Located on historic Magazine Street our retail gallery is the premier destination in New Orleans for collectors of contemporary handmade jewelry and objects for the home. In addition to her own work, Marion Cage offers a carefully curated selection of work from jewelry designers Carla Caruso, Rebecca Overmann, Polly Wales, Ruth Tomlinson, and Jennifer Dawes as well as hand blown crystal, sculpture, and lighting by Deborah Ehrlich, Rodger Stevens, and Kriest.
Whether you are looking for the perfect gift, a special new piece to add to your own collection or for a modern alternative to traditional wedding bands, we have a passion for our own craft as well as for that of the designers we represent and hope to share that passion with you. It is our goal to make every customer’s shopping experience truly personal and unique.
Our cabinetry hardware is sold exclusively to the design trade and can be viewed by appointment in our showroom. The pieces on display represent merely a sampling of what we are capable of producing. Every piece is made to order and many designs are customizable both in terms of size and finish.