Anna brings expertise in materials selection, lighting concepts and space planning throughout the design process, from initial concept to engagement with users. She believes quality interior design should explore emotion within building spaces. She is particularly interested in examining how people interact and move through interior environments and how these spaces can contribute to the health and wellbeing of occupants.
Duda|Paine’s collaborative studio culture inspired her to pursue a career at the firm following a successful internship. Her passion and understanding of commercial systems take shape in wellness spaces and amenities at Walmart’s Whole Health Institute in Bentonville, Arkansas.
Anna’s goal in every project is to create healthy, functional and beautiful interiors that respond to the needs of clients and make positive impressions on the lives of building users.
While earning her bachelor’s degree in interior architecture, she worked toward expanding the International Interior Design Association community and making an impact as the Communications Chair for the UNC Greensboro IIDA Chapter.
University of North Carolina Greensboro
International Interior Design Association