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We are a forward-thinking studio providing both Interior Design and Architectural Lighting Design. Our passion lies in creating meaningful, lasting spaces that at their most fundamental level, make people happy. Comfortable yet functional spaces are an art form and we consider ourselves experts in this arena. Our projects range from full-scope commercial interior packages to finely detailed lighting plans. Contact us- we’d love to talk about your project.
Lindsey Kruger, LEED AP
Lindsey Kruger started the studio in 2008 after working in the design community for 7 years gathering expertise in residential interiors, high-end kitchen design, architectural lighting design, boutique retail, & specialty ofﬁce design. Her passion for architecture brought her to Denver in 2001 to study Sustainable Design under a leader at the forefront of the movement, resulting in a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design. A true designer right down to her DNA, she comes from a long line of artists, builders, and craftsmen who taught her that creating something is only worth doing if you make it the best it can possibly be. She brings this principle to all her projects, which is evident in the unique stylings & easy livability of her spaces that are tailored to each client’s personality. Her expertise in interiors & lighting paired with her ability to work closely with builders and craftsmen make for an open, cooperative and productive design experience. Beyond her BFA, Lindsey is a LEED Accredited Professional, a member of the Designers Lighting Forum, and spends much of her time giving back to the community through Architecture for Humanity, neighborhood development, & other charitable causes.
As a board member and volunteer for Architecture for Humanity, Lindsey had the opportunity to work on their project site in Basa, Nepal in March of this year. 8 AFH volunteers traveled to the village of Khastap to construct a higher secondary school building for the Everest Region. Currently, there is one higher secondary school in the Everest region of Nepal to serve 34 villages and a total population of 107,686 people. Once the construction is finalized in the coming few months, this new school building will allow an additional 100 students to attend high school in the Basa community. AFH Denver provided the research and design for the project which is comprised of earthbag construction, a new technique that is being used in humanitarian building projects that occur in seismically active regions. Giving back to the community, be it local or international, is very important at KDS & we expect to make even greater contributions as the year roles onward.