Lydia Holman is an ID Designer at KCCT. She recently joined KCCT with a background in corporate office, higher education, government facility, and medical facility design. Lydia’s interest in becoming a designer derives from her aunt, with who she was very close. Unfortunately, her aunt became very ill and spent much of her time in medical facilities. Throughout her sharing her experiences, Lydia realized the importance of the environments that we spend our time in and how much of an impact they have on us. This inspired Lydia to study interior design so that she would be able to design spaces that affect those within them in a positive way.
In her free time, Lydia enjoys hiking with her fiancé and corgi pup, Poppy. Lydia and her husband are big foodies and enjoy trying out new recipes, exploring local restaurants, and going to farmers' markets for fresh ingredients.
How has KCCT helped you in your career development?
Since starting at KCCT in the spring, I have been able to learn so much about the importance of collaboration on such large and impactful projects. Not just collaboration within our teams, but with our clients and consultants as well.
What project are you most proud of at KCCT?
The New U.S. Consulate in Monterrey, Mexico. This project embodies everything that KCCT represents sustainability, the incorporation of traditional elements within a modern design, and the emphasis on the culture of the project’s location.
What motivates you at work?
Knowing that I am part of a team that is creating a wonderful new environment that many people will enjoy throughout the years. These spaces will not only positively impact their occupants, but they positively impact the environment as well.
What is your most-used productivity hack?
Creating a unique playlist for each project
What is the most important bit of information about you that you would want a client to know?
My favorite part of every project is seeing the clients' vision come to life and getting to be involved every step of the way to ensure the result of a project is even better than they imagined it would be.
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