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HOK Names Sabret Flocos Director of Interiors in Washington, D.C.

Sabret Flocos, NCIDQ, Associate AIA, LEED AP, has joined HOK as director of interiors in Washington, D.C. She has more than 30 years of experience designing workplace environments that spur innovation, optimize performance and enhance people’s experiences.

“Sabret is a leader in the design profession and understands how to guide clients through complex projects while creating bold and inspiring spaces,” said Susan Williams, AIA, LEED AP, managing principal of HOK’s Washington, D.C., studio. “We’re thrilled to welcome her to HOK to lead our thriving interiors practice in the D.C. region.”

One of Flocos’ focuses at HOK will be designing hybrid workplaces to attract workers back to the post-pandemic office. “We’re all grappling with the same question, which is how do we get people back to the office? Because we all understand the importance of being in the office,” said Flocos in a recent interview with the Washington Business Journal.

As also shared in the article, she is eager for the new career challenge. “Change is always uncertain, but I look forward to stretching my muscles,” Flocos said. “To me I am running toward new opportunity, and I’m excited to lead a new team.”

Flocos’ work with previous firms includes strategic workplace planning and interiors projects across multiple markets, including legal, healthcare, government, corporate, nonprofit and higher education. Her past clients include Cisco, Marriott International, Oracle USA, the University of Maryland and Time Warner Cable.

“I’m passionate about translating a client’s needs and desires into innovative design solutions that transform the built environment,” said Flocos. “HOK is a leader in the design profession, and I look forward to working closely with our interiors practice to create unique spaces for clients.”

A trailblazer in architecture and design, Flocos is part of the Leadership Greater Washington Class of 2022 and is a past recipient of both the Washington Business Journal’s “Women Who Mean Business” Awards and the Smart CEO BRAVA Awards. She has coauthored publications on resilient design, optimizing the workplace for maximum impact, sensory experiences in the workplace and more.

Flocos is a member of the District of Columbia Building Industry Association, the International Interior Design Association, the U.S. Green Building Council, the Commercial Real Estate for Women Network, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, CoreNet Global and the Greater Washington Board of Trade. She is active in her local community and serves as a Board Advisor and past Chair of the March of Dimes for the Maryland – National Capital Area.

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