Working as a design consultant for the owner of SoulBarre Studio in Spokane Valley, we helped with fixture and finish selections and designing the entry and retail space. The client had been dreaming of her own barre studio space for several years and had a beautiful vision that needed a little fine-tuning to pull everything together. A simple materials palette allowed her fun and playful geometric designs and bright accent colors to take center stage.
This restaurant’s main goal was to provide food that caters to many lifestyles and to support local agriculture to help bridge the gap between farmer and consumer. Building on the idea of regionalism, this design was created using eco-friendly and sustainable sources. Influenced by nostalgic memories of an old barn, filtered light largely contributes to the restaurant experience, but is also found in unexpected an luxurious ways.
The interior design school had a mission to create an energetic and inspiring environment that provided students with a space they would enjoy spending many hours. Flexibility in furniture arrangements allows students to have public and private areas. This provides versatility for spaces to change over time and for users to control their environment.
The design for the Community and Arts center was inspired by the fertile rolling hills and the junction of railroads in a rural town. The goal was to create a multi-functional floor plan which would provide a small community with resources and flexible gathering spaces. From a modular gallery, a gathering lounge, versatile classrooms, a Chamber of Commerce and more, this building would become a hub for old and young alike.