Tricia Doolin joined Kōz Development’s diverse design team with over seven years of interior design and architecture experience. She specializes in commercial and retail architecture, often taking the lead on interior design and spatial planning. Tricia strengths are being able to convey client ideas and wishes through thoughtful sketches and three-dimensional studies.
Since joining Kōz’s architecture team, Tricia has lead the Nishioka State Street project in Salem, Oregon, along with 1404 Killingsworth in Portland, Oregon. She has worked on several projects throughout the US and Doha, including the Qatar National Convention Center, The Minnesota Vikings Hall of Fame Museum and The National Skydiving Hall of Fame Museum. Additionally, she has lead the design of several Starbucks’ stores, notably Atlanta’s Starbucks Reserve store in the Peachtree district. Tricia brings a diverse eye to experiential design and is actively pursuing architectural licensure.
In her spare time, Tricia enjoys hiking, billiards and obsessing over Tiny Houses on Instagram. Fun fact: Tricia lives in a 160sf Tiny House on wheels in rural Washington with her adorable Shih-tzu, Haiku.
Tricia Doolin holds a Master’s degree in Architecture from Hampton University.