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18 July 2017

HOK’s Leah Hofferkamp Earns National Interior Design Award From ASID

The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) has honored HOK’s Leah Hofferkamp as a future leader in the interior design profession.

Hofferkamp, an architect in HOK’s St. Louis studio, was named a 2017 ASID “Ones to Watch” award winner. The award recognizes rising leaders who demonstrate exceptional leadership potential and a willingness to push the boundaries of the interior design profession. Winners were announced on July 13 at an ASID awards recognition ceremony in San Diego.

“We’re thrilled to see Leah receive this well-deserved honor,“ said Margaret McDonald, director of interiors for HOK in St. Louis. “She has done brilliant work with healthcare clients including BJC HealthCare and IU Health, and is a rising star in our profession.”

Hofferkamp focuses on projects for HOK’s healthcare clients. Her recent projects have included the BJC HealthCare Washington University School of Medicine Campus Renewal project in St. Louis, development projects for Indiana University Health in Central Indiana, and the Sidney & Lois Eskenazi Hospital in Indianapolis. Hofferkamp also has helped create products for HOK Product Design.

Hofferkamp earned her master’s degree in architecture from Washington University in St. Louis and a degree in interior design from Southern Illinois University Carbondale.

ASID includes 13,500 design members, 6,000 industry partner representatives and 5,500 student members in 350 chapters throughout the country.