January 11, 2016 – Huntsman Architectural Group announced the promotion of Sandra Tripp, NCIDQ IIDA LEED AP as Principal. The appointment recognizes Tripp’s leadership qualities and her significant contributions to strengthen the firm’s position in the New York market. “Sandy has tremendous passion for design and its power to affect positive change, which is one of our firm’s key values.” shares Sascha Wagner, Huntsman’s President and CEO.
As a Principal and Managing Director, Sandy oversees business operations, provides design and management direction on key projects, and is active in business development efforts. She has helped leverage Huntsman’s workplace expertise for technology, creative, media, and law firm clients to build upon the firm’s strength in the New York marketplace rooted in financial and professional services and commercial real estate. Sandy’s focus is on creating functional and sustainable environments that reflect the unique culture, brand, and aspirations of each client. Prioritizing these goals and involving clients in the design process is illustrative of Huntsman’s collaborative approach. Sandy’s recent efforts include developing new workplace strategies for clients such as Moody’s, Aquent, and Sheppard Mullin, in addition to building repositioning for Vanbarton Group in both New York and San Francisco.
To support the firm’s growth, Sandy is responsible for recent strategic hires and engages in staff development and mentoring – key elements of the firm’s culture and long-term commitment to its employee-owners. She ensures project teams focus on providing the highest level of design, technical execution, and service quality. Throughout her 25 year career, Sandy has worked on a wide range of projects in the corporate, media, healthcare, and retail sectors. Sandy received her Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from Marymount College in Tarrytown, NY and joined Huntsman in 2014.
About Huntsman Architectural Group
Founded in 1981, Huntsman Architectural Group is an award-winning 95+ person architecture, interior design, and consulting firm with offices in New York and San Francisco focused on the transformative power of design to enhance well-being, culture, and productivity. The firm’s recent work in New York includes tenant services for Shorenstein and Thor Equities, corporate offices for ReD Associates and IPsoft, and interior renovations of NYU’s Stern School of Business. The firm’s current Bay Area work includes collaborative workplaces for Google, Xoom, and Next 15 Communications Group, as well as a renovation of the building lobbies at 50 California Street and 301 Howard Street – all in San Francisco. For more information, please visit www.huntsmanag.com.