As a fresh graduate of Kent State University, Sam started at Perkins Eastman with an open mind. She immediately started to work within the Senior Living practice area, and found a passion with not only the projects, but with the clientele, too. To Sam, Senior Living provides a complexity to interior design, blurring the line between aesthetically pleasing spaces and functionality. Now with more than 15 years of experience, Sam has contributed to award-winning projects and helps to encourage hospitality convergence into the practice area. She enjoys the design process between architecture and interiors, facilitating a collaborative effort between all team members to produce a successful project.
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Sam is heavily imbedded in the Senior Living practice area, providing guidance for members of the interiors group across all offices. She is dedicated to forward-thinking ideas, working within her project teams to push boundaries and elevate the design to the next level. To Sam, design is more than just painting a pretty picture. It’s about seeing the bigger idea, and understanding how users experience a space.