Tricia’s passion for art came at a very early age when she enrolled in extracurricular art, music, and dance classes throughout her adolescent years. As an adult, she also performed in the arts while selling her artwork and landed a job in real estate. This helped her refine her career goals knowing she wanted to utilize her creativity more in her career. Being in the arts for over 20 years and selling real estate inspired her to obtain her BA in Interior Design from The Art Institute of Houston. Since then, she has worked in Commercial Architecture and has started 2 companies providing Interior design and architecture for residential, commercial, and hospitality design.
From where do you draw most of your inspiration?
I draw most of my inspiration from the advancement of technology and personality of my clients
What’s your prediction for the next big trend in design?
My prediction for the next big trend in design is more comfortable modular or movable furniture and spaces for the minimalist look and transitional abilities.
Describe your favorite project:
One of my favorite projects was a public bar I designed with a winery feel. I utilized a barrel entrance to give the guest feeling as though they were walking through the barrel to the inside of one. Ambiance lighting from the round wheel chandeliers to the wooden rustic tables made it appear like you were at a real vineyard.