Interior Design

We have the creativity and expertise to develop interior environments that reflect your identity, creating a positive impact on your organization and those you serve.

Interior design has a responsibility to enhance the public’s definition of design excellence by positively affecting the way people experience built environments. To that end, we offer full-service interior design dedicated to serving our clients through innovation and creativity.

Because no two projects are the same, we customize our services to meet your unique needs, working either on a per-project or hourly fee basis. Interior environments are integral to a client’s identity and have a direct impact on the quality of life of an organization’s staff and visitors. We have the creative expertise to develop these environments in a way that reflects who you are and creates a positive impact for the people that matter to you the most.



  • Space Planning
  • Design Development
  • Property Improvement Plan
  • Schematic Design
  • Procurement Services (FF&E)
  • Installation Oversight
  • Renderings & Elevations
  • Construction Administration and Scheduling
Anna Dis Sveinbjornsdottir, LEED AP ID+C

Anna Dis Sveinbjornsdottir, LEED AP ID+C

Manager of Interior Design & Procurement


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