Anne seeks to provide design solutions for today’s complex interior environments. Her approach considers all aspects of human experience to give physical shape, identity and meaning to interior spaces. This ensures the seamless and holistic integration of interior design and architecture. Using a foundation based in research, Anne’s thoughtful configurations and use of texture, materiality and color effectively answer both the aesthetic and technical aspects of design projects.
Favorite Duda|Paine project?
Duke Student Wellness Center, because of the seamless integration of architecture into a healing and working environment that will anchor campus, while providing necessary services to students and faculty.
What attracted you to the architectural / design field?
The ability to help individuals and groups create their ideal environments to thrive within, no matter the type or limitations present.
What aspect of your job are you the most interested in / motivated by?
Being able to interpret needs and wants into spatial designs and using research gathered to support the design decisions made.