LGA hires Logan as interior designer

Las Vegas native to use talents to create unique environments

IMG_0158_editedLAS VEGAS – Las Vegas-based architecture firm LGA has named Adrienne Logan as its new interior designer.

As the firm’s newest interior designer, she is currently working on the conceptual designs for Downtown Wellness Center, a clinic for Zappos employees in Downtown Las Vegas, the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District and UNLV Libraries.

“As a Las Vegas native, Adrienne has a perspective on the city and the designs that go into the city that is valuable to us,” said Veronica Mabe, who serves as LGA’s marketing director. “Much of our work is local and will benefit from her history in the city.”

Logan graduated from The Meadows School in 2007 and went on to earn her bachelor’s degree in interior design from the University of Nevada, Reno. Before joining LGA, she worked for HNTB in Los Angeles.

“It’s been really great at LGA. It makes me enjoy going to work more and respect the people I work with more because they let me grow,” Logan said. “I feel like I’ve worked at LGA longer than four months.”

Established in 1986, LGA is a cross-disciplinary, client-centered consulting firm that brings together the disciplines of architecture, sociology and sustainability using a collaborative, participatory and community-based process. Best known for its work on the LEED-certified Springs Preserve master plan and one of only a handful of Platinum LEED-certified buildings in the world, the Desert Living Center at the Springs Preserve, LGA has been a longtime advocate of green design and green living.

For more information on LGA, call 702-263-7111 or visit lgainc.com.