NEW HAVEN, CONN.– Architecture, art, and advisory firm Svigals + Partners has announced the promotion of WELL-accredited interior designer, Katherine Berger, NCIDQ, to Associate Principal, along with the addition of four professionals in architectural design and firm operations.
A highly experienced designer, Berger was promoted to Director of Interior Design in July 2020 upon the retirement of Lynn Brotman, NCIDQ, IIDA, and has served as the lead interior designer and project manager for acclaimed works across several market sectors, including healthcare, education, and corporate workplace. Most recently, she led Svigals + Partners’ workplace efforts for Technolutions and Biohaven Pharmaceuticals at multiple locations on the east and west coasts. She has worked on numerous projects for Yale University, CCSU, Hole in the Wall Gang Camp, and is currently working on the 160,000-square-foot future headquarters of Arvinas, Inc. at 101 College Street, New Haven.
A recognized forerunner in such sectors as mixed-use residential, science and technology, educational, healthcare, workplace, and cultural and arts, Svigals + Partners is also known for its people-focused approach to community engagement as well as the integration of art into buildings and interior environments. The firm’s legacy of maintaining an exceptionally creative team of architects and designers is renowned far beyond the city of New Haven, Connecticut, where the firm is based, with impact gaining national and global attention over the years.
A graduate of the New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University in Boston, Katherine Berger, IIDA, NCIDQ, WELL AP, has a keen ability to see potential where others may not — resulting in client accolades for their reimagined spaces fostering well-being and productivity. Notable in all her projects is the integration of design, artwork, and space that has resulted in inviting and effective designs enhancing the experience of occupants and others.
“Katherine is an immense talent whose leadership, passionate commitment, and collaborative approach have inspired creativity and excellence in our team members,” says Christopher Bockstael,
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