Conrad Gargett has expanded its interiors capability with the appointment of Jane McConnell as its new Principal and Head of Interior Design.
February 17th, 2016
Based in the Conrad Gargett Brisbane studio, Jane will be providing a range of new interior insights to the team going forward.
“Jane brings over 15 years of interior design experience and the proven expertise of resolving complex brief’s and changeling project requirements through the design and delivery process,” says Director Lawrence Toaldo “Jane’s knowledge and innovative design approach will bolster Conrad Gargett’s focus on enduring design outcomes.”
McConnell previously served as an Associate at Gray Puksand and before that as a Senior Designer at Geyer, where she showcased her talents across workplace, residential, retail and hospitality design.
Most recently, McConnell’s projects have included workspace fit outs for Corporate Travel Management, Fisher Adams Kelly, the Suncorp Group, Urbis and RACQ.
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