Sarah Nolan Interior Designer, NCIDQ Cert. 29356
As the interior designer at Kuhn Riddle Architects, Sarah skillfully blends interior finishes, lighting, and furniture with architectural form. She is sensitive to her clients’ needs and to the character of the spaces her projects inhabit, resulting in designs that are memorable and uniquely suited to each project.
Sarah received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design from Pratt Institute, graduating with highest honors. While in New York City, she worked on a variety of projects ranging in scale from a one bedroom apartment to a renovation of the Empire State Building. She joined Kuhn Riddle Architects in 2008.
Sarah’s design with Jonathan Salvon and Ann Marshall for NEPR Headquarters, and her work with Charles Roberts and Andy Grogan for 79 South Pleasant at Amherst College, both received Honor Awards, Western Massachusetts American Institute of Architects’ highest recognition.