A subject matter expert in embassy and government building design, Patricia Raimondeau leverages her nearly 30 years of experience as a senior designer on KCCT's interiors team. In this capacity, she is responsible for executing all phases of interior design projects, including schematic design and design development, construction documents, construction administration, and the development of signage packages. In addition to her embassy work, Patricia is experienced in healthcare interior design projects and has overseen the creation of renderings and the selection of finishes, furniture, and art specifications, as well as the design of logo and donor walls, for various healthcare efforts.
Patricia has previously served as an adjunct professor and illustrated two books in her spare time, and is keenly interested in mentoring young designers. Originally from Bolivia, she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the Universidad Mayor de San Simon in Cochabamba and an Associate of Applied Science in Interior Design from Montgomery College in Rockville, MD.
Years of Industry Experience
Bachelor of Arts, Architecture, Universidad Mayor de San Simon
Professional Licenses, Certifications, Memberships, and Associations
National Council for Interior Design Qualification