WORTHGROUP Architects & Designers Adds New Designer to Lead Interior Design Studio
Denver, CO – WORTHGROUP Architects and Designers welcomed a new addition to their Denver office. Designer Maui Sandoval, NCIDQ, recently joined the WORTHGROUP family as a Senior Interior Designer and will be spearheading the Interiors studio. “What drew me to WORTHGROUP was their vision for the future and the opportunity to become integral to their plan for growth”, said Sandoval.
WORTHGROUP’s interior design portfolio features signature projects for boutique and flagged hospitality brands and entertainment resorts. The firm is focusing its effort on growing and diversifying the studio’s target markets on a local and national scale, and expects Sandoval to help lead to that effort.
Having previously worked for such distinguished Denver-based design firms as JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE and Kimberly Timmons Interiors, Maui brings an innovative and well-rounded design perspective to the WORTHGROUP team. She has a strong background in boutique hotel and multi-family design, and she previously lead her team on such high-profile local projects as Snooze at Union Station, Magnolia Hotel, Halcyon Hotel, Turntable Studios, Venue on 16th, and The Maven Hotel.
“Maui shares the passion for design and drive for excellence that embodies WORTHGROUP. She is an incredible addition to the interior design studio and our organization’s approach of ‘total design.’ I am delighted that she has come on board as a leader of our team.” shared Principal and Studio Director, Dee Rendon.
“I believe that each project is unique”, said Sandoval, “Some are existing structures that we need to research and learn their history; then we bring them back to life by designing their future and embracing their past. As interior designers, we are responsible for creating the design story, or what I like to call, the soul. This should guide the design decisions and be reflected in every aspect of the project. Good design should speak to you, tell you a story, and create an emotional connection.”
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