An architectural/interior designer and free-range parent with good grammar and good hair, an uncanny predictor of color trends, a believer in the theory that you can tell a lot about a person by their shoes, and a possessor of oodles of practical (and not-so-practical) creativity.
Kirsten has been working in the industry since 1998, running her own firm since 2008. She holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Calgary.
Awarded NCIDQ from the Council for Interior Design Qualification, the industry's recognized indicator of proficiency in interior design principles, recognizes her commitment to the design profession.
She is skilled in residential and commercial design, specializing in architectural interiors.
Kirsten understands the personal relationship her clients have with their homes and places of business, which is why she works directly with them to discover and realize the potential of their spaces.
She enjoys working with those who appreciate the value of good design, preferring longevity and livability to disposable trends and superfluous space.
With professional project oversight she strives to eliminate surprises, while guiding your project seamlessly from beginning to end.