Pioneer Square Loft is a private condominium remodel in Seattle, Washington. The concept was to push all of the program to the exterior walls, in order to keep the space as open as possible. The client is intending to keep the apartment for the rest of his life, but to never live in it full time, and so it became necessary to design for his evolving interests and needs, as well as his temporal state of inhabitance.
California Avenue home was a remodel for a young professional in West Seattle. Due to her state as a first time home buyer, much of the furnishings were hand-me-downs from her grandmother. This traditional aesthetic was updated with modern finishes and a stark black canvas.
Rope Swing Hospitality Group
Construction complete June 2018
Lead Designer / Job Captain while at Brand Bureau
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The Holler is a ten thousand square foot multi-purpose space in Bentonville, Arkansas that will act as a living room for the city. It has three shuffleboard courts, a co-working space, two bars, and a private dining area. The Hollers is an adaptive reuse project as the original site was a poultry processing plant for Tyson Foods. Due to Bentonville’s proximity to the Ozarks, the concept took much inspiration from the culture of the outdoors, and the analog simplicity of engaging with nature.
Barrio Viejo House
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Barrio Viejo House was for a private client in Tucson, Arizona. The original structure is an adobe row house in downtown Tucson’s historic neighborhood of Barrio Viejo, and was built in the early 1900’s. The home had fallen into disrepair and was structurally unsound. The remodel looked to restore the original character of the home, and add modern design elements that would enhance it’s history and character.
Lead Designer / Project manager while at ASHNYC
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This was Dig Inn’s first cafe outside of Manhattan, and was sited in Boston’s busiest downtown corridor. The new cafe came in conjunction with a complete re-branding overhaul. Therefore, the new cafe represented their updated brand aesthetic, interior design, and company vision. The design concept took much inspiration from Dig Inn’s healthy food offerings and the beautiful colors associated with produce. The lightness of the palette went hand in hand with the clean and pure menu.
Designer / Project Manager while at Brian Paquette Interiors
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This client, a bachelor in the tech industry, was constantly on the move. Often travel-weary, he wanted a space that felt rejuvenating and calm. Inspired by his travels, we created an eclectic retreat that still felt user-friendly.