FRCH Design Worldwide Announces New Hire

FRCH Design Worldwide is proud to announce the addition of a new member to the international architectural design firm’s roster. With offices in Cincinnati, New York City, and Los Angeles, FRCH has more than doubled its workforce in recent years - growing from 116 employees in 2010, to a current roster of over 240 employees today and looking to hire additional architects and designers in the 2016 year.
Nikki Trakashas joined the Department Stores studio in FRCH’s New York Office as Studio Administrator. Trakas was previously a freelancer for FRCH, helping with the day-to-day support as well as additional support for the department stores studio, which is based in Cincinnati, OH.
Trakas earned her undergrad degree in labor studies from City University of New York at Queens College. She then continued her education by earning a masters degree in Urban Affairs. In the past, she has worked in various companies as their administrative assistant, including:  Broadway Cardiopulmonary, P.C., Dr. Mary Grigoratos, DDS, Kid Krazy Preschool & Criterion Group LLC.
FRCH Design Worldwide is an international architecture, interior design, graphic design and brand strategy firm serving the retail, mixed-use, hospitality, restaurant and corporate office markets. Clients include Target, Disney, Luxottica, Macy’s Department Stores, Hilton Hotel Corporation, Liverpool Department Stores, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and Wolverine Worldwide. Visit to learn more.

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