Jordan Sandusky applies a contextual approach to each of her interior designs, beginning with the location of the project and incorporating its environment into her design aesthetic. Specializing in the multi-family housing sector, she has led large-scale property renovation projects for luxury condominiums, boutique hotels, student housing, senior living facilities, and apartment complexes. Her portfolio also includes community spaces, clubhouses, fitness facilities, pool areas, and dog parks. Her luxury residential design work has appeared in Architectural Digest and on HGTV’s home makeover programming, and her 2018 Christmas decoration design of the White House was published in various media outlets. She leverages her expertise in 3D renderings and design presentations to refine both her projects and the industry at large.
A transplant from southern California and native of Missouri, Jordan realized her passion for architecture at a young age while watching movies, where she found herself sketching the interiors of movie sets to convince her parents to redesign her bedroom to match. She now resides in Washington, DC and is an active volunteer for Homes for Our Troops, a nonprofit organization that builds and donates specially adapted custom homes nationwide for severely injured post-9/11 veterans. In her spare time, she is an avid Cardinals baseball fan and Pilates enthusiast.
Years of Industry Experience
Master of Arts, Interior Design, Southeast Missouri State University
Bachelor of Science, Interior Design, Southeast Missouri University