“My goal is to unpack a building’s history, highlighting its significance through careful design and preservation of features, to bring clients a renewed sense of pride in their existing building.”
A preservation specialist also trained in interior design, Josette has more than a decade of interdisciplinary experience on various research, preservation, restoration, and rehabilitation projects around the country. She has prepared condition assessments and treatment plans for many public resources, including national and state parks, the GSA, state agencies, and public universities. Combining historic preservation and design, she brings a detail-oriented, historically sensitive perspective to existing building interventions. Josette’s interests lie in collaboration between disciplines – seeing condition assessments evolve through design, specification, historic compliance and review, and construction – and fostering close relationships with the client along the way. Josette holds a Bachelor’s in Interior Architecture and a Master of Science in Historic Preservation from the University of Oregon. She is nationally accredited by the Council for Interior Design Qualification.
National Council for Interior Design Qualification
U.S. Green Building Council LEED Green Associate