RID, EDAC, CHID, IIDA
Vice President, Project Design Manager
Dallas, Texas USA
When designing spaces for healthcare, Stacey considers the human condition, posing questions like, “Will they be nervous, afraid, or excited? Will this element annoy them? Or might this placement stub their toe?” Spaces have a profound psychological impact on occupants and Stacey wants their experience to be positive. Stacey’s philosophy is we are all connected to the environment around us, and knowingly or not, design provides the opportunity to foster a positive connection to where we live, work, and recover.
Stacey’s passion for interior design began in grade school and she has spent nearly two decades working on more than 80 healthcare projects, striving to meet the needs of both patients and staff by utilizing evidence-based design concepts. She is most proud of the Methodist Midlothian project, which is both functional and aesthetic without feeling like a hospital — which she deems as high praise.