Meredith interior design alumna Anne Bradley, a 2000 graduate, has joined Clark Nexsen as Vice President for Workplace Interior Design.
Bradley brings 20 years of experience focused on corporate and commercial interiors ranging in size from boutique spaces to large workplaces and headquarters.
"Anne's proven history of award-winning interior projects and solid relationships within the commercial architectural community make her a valuable asset to the Clark Nexsen team," comments Pat O'Keefe, Raleigh Office Director.
An NCIDQ certified interior designer, Bradley's sense of design is inspired by her passion for architecture and interiors, paired with a love of travel, culture and global style. Her years of experience are balanced by an endless curiosity to find new and different ways to translate her clients' personalities.
Bradley excels at helping clients express their companies and brands through her experiential approach to interior design. She is an active member of the North Carolina architecture community, holding positions in TCREW, the Raleigh Durham Chapter of NAIOP and the IIDA Carolinas Chapter. Anne's award-winning work includes a Triangle Business Journal Space Award for the CRISP Agency project in Raleigh and a Downtown Raleigh Alliance Achievement Award for the Tobacco Roads Sports Cafe. Media coverage of her work includes the 6501 Weston Parkway lobby renovation project for Childress Klein featured in Interior Design magazine.