Lori Foux IIDA, LEED AP
Senior Interior Designer
Lori Foux knew she wanted to help people so she studied medicine at Texas A&M University. After starting out in the field of psychology, Lori made a significant change of direction and returned to school to study interior design. Today, she specializes in healthcare interiors and her career path makes sense when she also shares that as a child, she would design her own dollhouses, using different samples for each room.
Lori finds it very rewarding to leverage her background in science and psychology to assist in understanding the needs of her clients. She creates healthy work environments, healing environments, and intuitive spaces using her specialized knowledge, such as evidence-based design and sensory perception, as tools to create the best design for her clients. As a result, Lori has eight major design awards under her belt and has had an equal number of projects published in design and construction magazines.
She also has extensive experience in other commercial interior applications such as higher education, tenant buildout, science and technology, the arts, and corporate design for many high profile clients, as well as art consulting and creating customized art programs for her clients. Lori treats every project as a special, personal experience to create the best space for her clients by meeting deadlines and staying within budget.
Whether the space is a 9,000 square foot buildout or a 900,000 square foot, high-profile project, Lori treats the process, project goals and the design results the same. She strives to make every design a personal jewel in the client’s portfolio as well as a space that owners, users, and patrons can appreciate, thrive and enjoy.