One Line Design adds to team

One Line Design Studio, a boutique interior design firm, has added Bobbie Brown, who joins the team with more than 10 years of international hospitality design experience. The addition of several other talented designers grows the One Line team to 10 in just under four years.

“We are thrilled as a boutique design firm to have grown organically these past four years. While being strategic in our hires we know our ‘One Liners’ are here because of the culture we have created and live daily,” said Karrie Drinkhahn, cofounder. “Loyal clients and project successes have brought us multiple awards including Atelier in Dallas, and the Bezel Residences at Miami World Center. We have expanded our client base and project locations to include Las Vegas; Raleigh; Scottsdale; Tulsa; Arlington; Washington, DC; and numerous cities across Florida. We can’t thank our clients and vendors enough for their collaboration and unwavering support through the years.”

“Bobbie’s experience is drawn from living and working all over the world including Cambodia, New York City, Las Vegas and now South Florida. She draws on her well-rounded knowledge in the hospitality and multi-family sectors to lead our team effectively throughout the design process.”

“We are thrilled to add Bobbie to our growing team of creatives. Her talent and leadership showcase the continued reputation for professional design we provide for our clients”, added Susan LaFleur, cofounder.

“Along with Bobbie, in the last six months, we have added Naredeen Mikhaiel, a highly skilled designer with a background in Economics and Fine art from the DC area. Jennifer Petrosini, a graduate of Parsons in New York with a previous career in the fashion industry and Morgan Parker a talented photographer and interior designer from South Carolina. Each designer who has joined our expanding team brings a unique perspective, something we have intentionally woven into our studio DNA.”

Featured image (L to R): Jennifer Petrosini, designer; Bobbie Brown, senior project designer; and Morgan Parker, designer.

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