Frame Architecture has named Paige McFadden as an interior designer at the firm.
McFadden joins with more than 9 years of experience as a registered interior designer. Prior to her role at Frame Architecture, she worked as an interior designer in Arkansas and as an assistant designer in New York.
McFadden has a strong background in the design process, including conceptual and design development, contracting documents, and construction administration. She has had roles in numerous projects including a water treatment plant and a blood processing center.
McFadden earned her Bachelor of Interior Design from the University of Arkansas, where she was a regional and state finalist in the 2012 IDEC National Competition.
McFadden is also a dedicated volunteer for multiple organizations, having served as a board member for SoMa 501, which aims to promote and enhance the quality of life for citizens of the Little Rock downtown neighborhood. She also served as a committee member for Women’s Own Worth, which helps victims of domestic violence.
In her new role, McFadden will aid the design team in preparation, presentation, and documentation for schematic design, design development, and construction documents, as well as cultivating 3D renderings and developing cost estimate documents.