Kelsey Trepka is a Senior Design Consultant and Associate at HOK Experience Design.
Kelsey Trepka received a Bachelor of Architecture and minor in Architectural History from Oklahoma State University and moved to Chicago shortly after to fulfill her dream of being an architect in a big city.
Kelsey joined HOK after working in a small boutique architecture firm for a year. This move shifted her career toward environmental graphic design to better utilize her skills in crafting thoughtful user and spatial experiences in all projects. Ranging from aviation to justice to corporate, Kelsey has experience in nearly every market and works closely with the architectural team to integrate every aspect of the user experience.
The HOK Experience Design team are integrators of space and message. Our days are spent scripting and storytelling, illustrating and communicating. Our value is in the ability to visualize the drivers of organization and enterprise. We make approachable, interactive and memorable experiences with a sense of place. We employ print and pixel, art and artifact, to create experiential environments that are on-brand and of-culture. HOK's professional offerings include design services for identity design, branded environments, media design, placemaking strategies, and wayfinding systems. Our considerable experience in these areas allows us to offer analysis, strategy, ideation, content creation, design, specification, and project management.
HOK is a design firm with global reach in the built environment market: our 1,800 people collaborate across a network of 20+ offices on three continents. Since our founding in 1955, we have used design to enrich people's lives and help organizations succeed. HOK's mission is to deliver exceptional design ideas and solutions for our clients through the creative blending of human need, environmental stewardship, value creation, science and art. Our design solutions result from a collaborative and integrated process that encourages multidisciplinary professional teams to research alternatives, share knowledge, and imagine new ways to solve the challenges of the built environment.