Completed at the start of 2020, Common Monroe was an adaptive reuse project in D.C., where we transformed a historic, abandoned Baptist church into shared living apartments. Reminiscent of the building’s original stained glass windows, the FF&E palette was rich with jewel tones.
As Common’s director of interior design and visual content, my scope of work included:
- design direction and approval of interior finishes and FF&E selections
- lead creative direction and oversight of interior styling and final photoshoot