Interior design isn’t all throw pillows and pleated drapes: think of it as interior architecture. Whether it’s Bryanne’s creations within the retail banking or corporate workplace sectors, her ten years of experience as a designer allow her to visualize client needs and turn them into reality.
As part of the team responsible for the new Stantec Tower being built in her hometown of Edmonton, Alberta, Bryanne’s enthusiasm for this new project is palpable. Along with associates in Calgary and Boston, she’s tasked with forming the guts of the space, from its exterior walls inward. Her aim? Helping to find the right balance between employee needs and flexibility for future changes.
There were early signs that Bryanne would find her calling in interior design, from building elaborate forts with her brother to rearranging the family room furniture to optimize space. Now, she focuses on creating warm and inviting spaces even in her own home, an adoption of the Danish inspired Hygge lifestyle, manifested as delicious food, often of her own creation, simmers on the stove.