Kimberly Clark

Kimberly Clark, portrait, black and white

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Portrait photo by Ren Morrison


What led you to pursue Interior Design?
Since a young age, I have been passionate about drawing, architecture, and exploring new spaces. I pursued a degree in interior design because I realized it would allow me to apply my creativity to a profession that significantly impacts people's lives. I enjoy the psychological aspect of interior design and am dedicated to designing spaces that are not only visually appealing but also promote health and comfort for my clients.

What are your hopes for the future of design?
I hope the future of design will prioritize sustainability and wellness for building occupants. It's crucial for us to reduce our impact on the environment and promote occupant health. By increasing green materials, construction methods, and energy-efficient systems, designers can be environmentally responsible and contribute to a healthier, more sustainable future.

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Slide 1: Commercial Project: Corporate Headquarters design for Remington Hotels. Client Profile, Department Overview, and Concept Statement written. Images show the Reception area and Executive Office as well as key material selections.

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Slide 2: Commercial Project: Office design for Arc Three Studio architecture firm. Company profile, concept statement, and key material selections are written. Images show the reception area and conference room as well as rendered elevations of the reception area and conference room.

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Slide 3: Hospitality Project: Restaurant and Bar Design. Mission statement, project influence and background are written. Floor plan is shown in center. Images show key materials and renderings of the bar area and 2 dining areas.