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Arielle Pollock-Parker

Interior Designer, LEED Green Associate, WELL AP



What inspires you most about your field?

The fact that when the design is done right it appears effortless and the end user can utilize their space with ease. Experiencing a space with “good design” is an incredible feeling of comfort or sometimes even awe. I’m so happy to be in an industry that I can create that experience for my fellow humans.

Describe the moment you realized interior design] was for you.

Probably when I received my first award for a project done in school that was incredibly stressful, challenging, and I wasn’t sure that I wasever going to get over that finish line. Having the support system I did in school and the encouragement of my teachers to know that I was going in the right direction and that my hard work paid off really helped me have confidence that I was doing what I am supposed to be doing.

What makes you most proud about being a Phase Zero Design employee?

That we truly care about our projects and the people we create them for. I also have the best coworkers an employee could ask for. This is a team that I truly am proud to work beside and I have so much admiration for each one of them.

How do you define the success of a project?

If it checks all of the end users boxes. If it functions seamlessly for their needs, what more could you ask for in a result?


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