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Anthonette Sandoval

When it comes to planning and designing interior spaces, Anthonette brings creativity and practicality. Her nearly 20 years of experience spans a wide spectrum of new, tenant improvement, and renovated spaces for corporate, hospitality, sports/entertainment, and retail project types.

She is well-versed in all design phases, and specializes in furniture, fixtures, and equipment (FFE) selection and specification, detailing custom millwork designs, as well as coordinating with vendors, contractors, and consultants.

Her favorite building in Arizona is Helios Educational Center in central Phoenix; she loves the sculptural aesthetic, thoughtful and innovative use of copper and other sustainable materials, and the integration of indoor/outdoor spaces which provide exciting collaborative spaces for all users.

Anthonette has a bachelor’s degree in interior design from Drexel University in Philadelphia. She was exposed to architecture as a child; her father was an architect, and she was fascinated with his drawings, even though she didn’t completely understand them. She was amazed how his hand drawings became real buildings.

She has three grandchildren who keep her laughing, entertained, and on her toes. She is a self-proclaimed “huge foodie” and loves to meet up with friends to try out new restaurants. Having grown up in South Jersey, “just over the bridge” from Philadelphia, she is a Phillies, Eagles and Sixers fan– even when they aren’t doing well.

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