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Powers Brown Architecture Promotes Lauren Amber Prestenbach to Principal in Denver Office

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Powers Brown Architecture, an international professional services firm practicing architecture, interior design, programming and urban design, has promoted registered interior designer Lauren Amber Prestenbach, NCIDQ, LEED AP ID+C, EDAC, IIDA, to principal in the firm’s Denver office. She previously served as the director of interiors in the firm’s Denver office.

Jeffrey Brown, FAIA, founding principal and CEO said, “Lauren Amber has an absolutely unique set of skills that stem from her experience on the vendor/client side and her background as an interior designer that we are very fortunate to be able to bring to our client base. Her award-winning design talent is balanced by her professional leadership as an advocate of professional registration for her discipline. Her innate talent, businesslike approach and professional leadership add up to create a client-centric working style that ensures clients get the benefit of having her on their projects. We feel lucky to get the benefit of having her as a partner.”

Her most recent Powers Brown Architecture projects include interior design work for Travelers Insurance, Market Center renovation, Highlands Place II renovation, Face It Together, Enterprise Holdings, The Buell Foundation and Frontier Fire.

A LEED and Evidence-Based Design Accreditation and Certification (EDAC) accredited professional, Lauren Amber serves as vice president/advocacy director of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) – Rocky Mountain Chapter where she advocates to help pass legislation for interior design professionals to become legally recognized and licensed in Colorado and thus ensure their design qualifications and education. She also is affiliated with National Association of Industrial Office Properties (NAIOP); Commercial Real Estate Executive Women – Denver Chapter (CREW), co-chair and programs committee; American Society of Interior Designers (ASID); and the National Council for Interior Design Certification. A graduate of the Art Institute Houston, Lauren Amber supports community philanthropic projects such as the Family Promise of Greater Denver.

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