Ascent Architecture & Interiors Interior Designer Lynn Baker has earned certification from the National Council of Interior Design Qualifications (NCIDQ).
NCIDQ is the global leader in establishing standards of competence for interior design/interior architecture professionals and works to protect public health, safety and welfare by identifying interior designers who have the knowledge and experience to create interior spaces that are functional and safe as well as aesthetically pleasing.
Baker earned her certification after completing a bachelor’s degree in interior space design from The Ohio State University, accumulating two-plus years of experience working under the direct supervision of NCIDQ-certified interior designers and registered architects, and passing rigorous exams covering building systems, codes, construction standards, contract administration, design application, professional practice and project coordination.
Baker also holds a master’s of science in textiles/apparel design from Oregon State University and is a member of the International Interior Design Association.
“Lynn is a vital part of our firm, and her pursuing NCIDQ certification is an example of her professional drive and dedication to interior design,” said Seth Anderson, Ascent Architecture & Interiors principal architect. “Having a certified interior designer as part of our team allows us to offer comprehensive services with a focus on quality and integrated architecture and interior design.”