Sizeler Thompson Brown Architects Announces New Senior Interior Designer

Ingrid Adrianza

NEW ORLEANS – Sizeler Thompson Brown Architects is pleased to announce the addition of Ingrid Adrianza as the company’s new Senior Interior Designer.

The announcement was made in a press release.

Adrianza earned her Bachelor of Interior Design and Minor in Art History from Louisiana State University. She was previously employed by Mathes Brierre Architects, located in New Orleans, Louisiana, as their Senior Interior Designer for hospitality and commercial projects. Prior to that, she had her own company, Adria Designs, to explore residential and historic project design. She strives to develop unique spaces and possesses an innate desire to create and design interiors that will exceed her clients’ expectations. Adrianza has worked on a large variety of project types. Her adaptability for design blends seamlessly with the diverse projects at STBA.

Originally from Venezuela, Adrianza decided to make the move to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. She knew as soon as the devastation occurred that she wanted to be a part of rebuilding this wonderful city. Thirteen years later, Adrianza shares, “I am very glad I made that decision. Looking back at everything I have been a part of, from collaborating on the New Orleans Master Plan to designing new private and government projects, gives me tremendous joy.”

Adrianza looks forward to further developing her career and bringing continued growth to the Interior Design Department at Sizeler Thompson Brown Architects. “I believe in the power of beautiful interiors to transform daily life through offering a balance of creativity, aesthetic sensibility, collaboration and solution-oriented thinking, enabling me to follow through each aspect of the design,” said Adrianza.

Sizeler Thompson Brown Architects is one of the largest architecture firms in the city of New Orleans. With their talented team and broad base of capabilities, STBA has been providing full-service design for nearly 40 years.

 

 

 

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