Former Wilson Associates head launches interior design firm

Beth Campbell most recently served as CEO of interior design firm Wilson Associates. Photo credit: iStock / Getty Images Plus / Chainarong Prasertthai (Design Drafting Table)
Beth Campbell.
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Beth Campbell, registered architect and designer, has started her own interior design firm, Campbell House. 

Campbell most recently served as CEO of interior design firm Wilson Associates. Before Wilson, Campbell was EVP and head of design for Westfield Corp. and spent 16 years at Gensler, serving as managing partner and global account director. She has overseen the design of projects around the globe for nearly 30 years. 

“The interior design industry is ripe for a revolution; the means and methods for how we connect with clients, how we innovate design solutions, the way we collaborate and operate, and the endgame goal of creating engaging spaces is ever evolving,” Campbell said. “We will use this accelerator moment as the entire globe collectively exhales and recalibrates to reframe our approach to an industry that has held steady for decades; shifting 100 percent of our focus to our clients and our talent.”  

Campbell House will offer full-service interior design services, specializing in hospitality, entertainment, food-and-beverage, corporate workplace, senior living, wellness and gaming. Headquartered in Las Vegas, the firm will have additional offices in Los Angeles, Dallas and New York.