//3877 Continues to Grow Team, New Interior Designer

//3877 continues to expand its award-winning team with new hire, interior designer Noelani Brannon. Brannon brings over seven years experience in the design field to the multidisciplinary architecture and design firm, with FF&E know-how and a unique approach to the design process.

“We’re constantly seeking out new talent that both add to the wide breadth of expertise on our team and challenge us to rethink our approach to each project,” says //3877 Partner David Shove-Brown. “Noelani’s creative outlook and fresh perspective on the industry will push our team to continue reimagining the future of the built environment.”

At //3877, Brannon will focus on leading projects from initial concept through design and construction, working onsite to carefully curate the space’s materials, finishes, and products including furniture and fixtures. In her multifaceted role as an Innovator at the firm (a title courtesy of the team’s recent overhaul of company titles), Noelani will see each project throughout its lifecycle, spearheading elements of schematic design development, hands-on space planning, and construction administration.

Previously, Brannon collaborated on a myriad of interior design and branding projects spanning the hospitality, retail, and healthcare sectors at firms including Nehmer and HVS Design and Fresh Design International. Specific to hospitality, she has had her hand in various sized projects — from 60-key boutique hotels to 370-key branded properties. Before embarking on a career in interior design, Brannon attended the University of Central Florida, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Communications followed by a Master of Arts in Interior Design from the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD).

“I was drawn to //3877 for the amazing things I had heard about the company culture and their focus on creating a positive work environment for employees,” says Brannon. “Our field can be stressful at times, so it is important to me to work for a company that supports and encourages a healthy work-life balance.”

For more information about //3877, please visit https://www.3877.design/.

ABOUT //3877

In the fall of 2010, close friends David Tracz and David Shove-Brown began the process of realizing their decade-old dream of forming a professional architecture + design partnership. Through over two decades of experience, the duo developed goals of not only working with clients interested in the design process but also teaming with partners who can help provide the highest levels of design, construction and presentation. After months of planning and development, //3877 was born.

//3877 is a multi-disciplinary firm that focuses on single-family, multiple-unit residential, commercial, restaurant and hospitality projects. In seeking success while working with these various project types, //3877 begins with the very simple process of asking questions and listening carefully to the answers, prioritizing the concepts of partnerships and teamwork. Very simply, //3877 is committed to providing innovative and creative designs to enhance and enrich the lives of clients, partners and communities.

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