Telsa is a seasoned design mind with a keen eye for how a space should make you feel. An NCIDQ certified Interior Designer, Telsa leads project teams through all things interior from start to finish, and has a rock solid foundation in FF&E selection, space planning, test-fits, branding and wayfinding. She stays active in the design community and is an active member of the Urban Land Institute and Professional Women in Construction. When she’s not designing, talking about design, or learning about design (notice a pattern?), she’s planning her next trip—though Philly will always be her homebase.
Moody color palettes
Levina’s design modus operandi is always centered on improving the human experience with their environment. With a wide range of market experience and an NCIDQ certification under her belt, she uses her product knowledge and detail-obsessed drafting skills to produce the best space for each client. She has a passion for sustainable design, is LEED AP ID+C and WELL AP accredited, and is conscious about leaving behind a cleaner legacy. As inspiration, she keeps up to date on design and world news and trends. She participates as a volunteer committee member for the Community Design Collaborative and when she’s not relaxing with her plants and cats at home, she is jet-setting on a budget.
Keeping all of my plants alive and healthy.
To be an extra in a movie or show.
Podcasts: Crime Junkie and Song Exploder
TV shows: Schitt's Creek, Black Mirror, and the Explained series on Netflix
Originally from the Philadelphia area, Morgan began her official education in design within Drexel’s Interior Architecture and Design Master’s program, although her passion for all aspects of design has been life-long journey. As an interior designer, Morgan has her hands in each step of the design process, from developing concepts, to documenting drawing sets, to helping oversee construction, all the while collaborating closely with clients, architects, and consultants. She loves that interior design is equal parts creativity and pragmatism. Often challenging her in new and unexpected ways, she loves that the design process presents the opportunities to ideate and explore while creating space as you go. One time in graduate school, Giulio Cappellini came and spoke to her class, where he told the students “You are in the best profession in the world.” She couldn’t agree more.
Though not formally trained, my grandmother was a sculpture artist with an incredible eye for art and design. Her home (a ranch-style designed by a student of Frank Lloyd Wright) remains one the most inspiring examples to me of innate design sense and creativity.
In a past life, I studied and worked a bit in media production. My ultimate goal was to edit together movie trailers.
You can sometimes find my very miniature dog hanging out in my purse…
Brittany originally hails from the Philadelphia Metro Area and received her Bachelor of Architecture from Philadelphia University. She began her exciting career in residential interiors and small-scale commercial design . Realizing Interior Designers have all the fun, Brittany has grown to work on the interior’s of large-scale offices and multi-family housing. As an interior designer, Brittany’s greatest inspiration comes from the designs of the past and breathing new life into something that once was forgotten. Brittany and her dog Charlie are often out and about or planning their next crazy adventure together - bungee jumping in Brazil anyone (Charlie, the dog, may stay at home for this one)?
"Not fragile like a flower, fragile like a bomb." - Rahul Singh Rathour, later quoted by the late RGB
Chicken wings or donuts
I never had or thought of a Plan B. Design or bust.