Why do certain spaces leave a lasting impression while others become forgettable? At Trivers, we carefully consider design of our projects from the largest urban scale to the smallest detail. Interior design is where a space is perhaps at the most intimate contact with the user. Through materiality, texture, scale, color, light, and furnishings, the interior design allows a space to connect with the occupant by engaging all human senses.
To further elevate our service offerings, Trivers is excited to announce the expansion of our Interiors capabilities with the addition of Daniela Grushevska as our Interior Design Director. Deepening our expertise in interiors allows the firm to offer our clients more comprehensive services, resources and market insights to create impactful, compelling interior architecture.
In addition to Daniela’s planning and design expertise, she has extensive experience in interior materials research, selection, as well as FF&E management and procurement.
Daniela comes to Trivers with nearly 20 years of professional interiors expertise, most recently from the hospitality design firm Forrest Perkins in Dallas, TX. She has extensive experience in the hospitality market and has completed a number of high profile projects throughout her career, including the Broadway Columbia Doubletree by Hilton in Columbia, Missouri, the Courtyard Downtown St. Louis/Convention Center, Hotel Ignacio and Basso at the Cheshire, all in St. Louis. Her diversified experience extends to multi-family housing, higher education and historic renovation projects.
In 2015, Daniela was named one of Boutique Magazine’s up-and-coming designers reshaping the hospitality industry. She was selected as one of the St. Louis Business Journal’s 40 under 40 in 2016 and is a member of the Leadership St. Louis Class of 2018. A graduate of Maryville University, she now serves on the Interior Design Program Advisory Board.
For more information on our interiors capabilities, please contact Daniela Grushevska at email@example.com or 314.323.6232.