“Good design is noticeable, great design is invisible; people just feel it.”
Rebecca grew up in a design-minded household, with a father who was an industrial designer and a curiosity about the how and why of things. Interior design appeals to Rebecca’s left brain/right brain duality, where the logic and science of executing a program combines with the art of creating something special and unique. For Rebecca, a solution must check off all the boxes—does it meet the client’s needs, fit the program, align with the personality, support the brand and increase productivity and efficiency? And does it feel right? To her projects Rebecca brings organization and attention to detail, and a sense of empathy, stepping into the client’s shoes and advocating for their end goals. Also, Rebecca doesn’t pack light for presentations, often taking multiple samples and three palettes of ideas for interactive meetings with clients.