Rachel Thornton

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Licenses and Certifications:

NCIDQ

School(s) and Degree(s):

Middle Tennessee State University, Bachelors in Interior Design

To me “connecting the dots” means….

Evaluating how successful the visual, auditory, observed and written communication exchange is in developing better spaces for the folks who occupy them.

When not at work you will find me…

Whether it is at the Zoo, park hopping, or just relaxing in the backyard, I look forward to spending time with the Dudes (my Hubby and Little Man).  Just being outside in the sun with some clouds that is an ideal day no matter the season.

The reason I wanted to become an Architect/ Designer was…

I was challenged by it.  I love working with all of the elements of the puzzle: the site, time, & budget constraints, the elements in the program, the balance of the form, function, and the aesthetic.  Ultimately, to create an environment that positively affects people. We are all passively influenced by the spaces we occupy throughout the day.  The built environment should create a sense of ease, interest, and adaptability.