This home was fully Automated with Savant. Also equipped with mounted TVs, in-wall and in-ceiling speakers. 

DiplDiplomatic & Strong Leadership Unites an Abundant Professional, Business & Technical Background
Teaching & Training skill • Time Management • Mediation & Conflict Resolution Expertise Project Management • Motivated & Self-Directed
Committed, Responsive & Loyal to Team Mission and Vision
·       PHD Graduate Classes (1993-1998)
            California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco, CA

Exotic and dramatic loft in downtown Fort Worth, Texas.

REGREEN Implementation Workshop: San Francisco

Cost: $375 (ASID member)/$475 (non-member)/$250 (student); Includes breakfast, lunch & snacks

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Cosentino San Francisco
322 East Grand Avenue
94080 South San Francisco, California
United States
Friday, April 25, 2014 (All day)
Cosentino San Francisco
322 East Grand Avenue
94080 South San Francisco, California
United States

This project was a culmination of all of my skills and passion for healthcare design from my time at Ringling College of Art and Design. The idea for this Physical Trauma Rehabilitation Center derived from the Evidence Based Design research paper that I had worked on he previous year that delved into the topic of "How can the physical environment assist the healing process for people suffering from physical trauma?"

  • Contemporary Island Style interior design and remodel;.
  • Bold botanical prints, woven wood drapery and motorized sun shades.
  • Spa-like Master Bath with soothing art glass wave mosaics and color palette.
  • Spicy, outrageous two tone wood and glass chef's kitchen.
  • Warm inviting tropical Guest Bedroom and Bath.

Interior Design by Interior Design Solutions, Valorie Spence lead designer.
Photography by Greg Hoxsie Photography, Kihei Maui Hawaii.
Custom Cabinets by Cutting Edge Manufacturing, Wailuku Hawaii.

Our design for Title Case, a typography studio in San Francisco, is approached as a spatial puzzle that can be reconfigured indefinitely.  Title Case is a joint venture between two independent typographers – both of whom moved from New York at different times, met is San Francisco and are partnering on the space and various events within it, while maintaining independent practices. Both partners plan to eventually expand into separate spaces.


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