NCIDQ, LEED AP
Darcy is an interior designer with a portfolio of beautiful, timeless, and efficient interiors spaces for clients in a wide range of markets including courts, healthcare, higher education, K-12 education, senior living, and workplace. Specific examples of her work include UCLA Biomarker Center, County of Kings Superior Court Hanford Courthouse, St. John's Well Child and Family Center, Heritage Hall renovation at USC, and Edward R. Roybal Learning Center in downtown Los Angeles.
Darcy is experienced in all phases of architecture and interior design, from visioning/programming through construction administration. She embraces a collaborative design approach.
"Travel inspires me. I've come back from trips to India, the UK, Italy, Brazil and other great places with new ideas to make my design work better."
She is an International Interior Design Association and LEED accredited professional. Darcy was born in Grand Island, Neb., raised in North Platte, Neb., and graduated from the renowned interiors program at Kansas State University before moving to Los Angeles. She joined DLR Group in 2008.