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Andrew Wesner

Andrew Wesner is the Principal at Kayser-Wesner in Seattle.

Good design isn’t about how a place looks, but how it makes you feel. For over 20 years Andrew Wesner has helped develop, design and build products and strategies for the modern workplace. Andrew is an expert in interior design, space planning, sustainable design, and design research.

Andrew Wesner is the Principal at Kayser-Wesner in Seattle.
KW
Seattle

Melissa Hanley

Melissa Hanley is a principal and co-founder of Blitz. She performs many roles in the studio but primarily Melissa Hanley designs. When she not working on projects for innovative local technology workplaces and global retail, hospitality, and product brands, she spends her days managing operations, brand, and project delivery strategy for the studio.

Melissa Hanley is the CEO and Principal of Blitz in San Francisco
Blitz
San Francisco

Katherine Healey

Katherine Healey is an environmental and architectural designer at CallisonRTKL and Katherine Healey Designs. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design from Art Center College of Design.

To her, the traditional world of architecture draws less and less of a crowd everyday. The jaded public have become completely complacent to the buildings that surround them.

Katherine Healey, CallisonRTKL
CallisonRTKL
Los Angeles

Alexa Williams

Alexa Williams is an interior design student at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle WA. She is also an interior designer at ZGF Architects.

Born in Vancouver Canada, Alexa Williams grew up in a family of designers and builders. Her mother and aunt are well-respected interior designers and her father is a boat builder. This gave Alexa great insight into the industry from an early age and hands on experience with design. Since she was little, Alexa has enjoyed drawing, creating and building.

Alexa Williams, Cornish College of the Arts
Cornish College of the Arts
Seattle

Alan Hughes

next-gen interactive for exhibit, museum, brand, and retail spaces

Completely focused on creating 'digital branding experiences in physical spaces'--creating unforgettable moments of connection between people and brands, in trade show exhibits, retail spaces, museums, and corporate environments.

Alan Hughes, NEXT/NOW
Chicago
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