Architecture and design firm //3877 announces three new hires

DC-based architecture and design firm //3877 has added to its roster of 19 professionals with three new hires.

Lesley Golenor is a licensed architect with experience in restaurant and residential design. Most recently using her skills to craft schemas and spaces at cox graae, she will work across //3877’s commercial, hospitality and residential design teams. She holds an undergraduate degree from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Masters of Architecture from Virginia Tech.

Interior designer Jessica Swida joined //3877 from Studios design firm. She will work on commercial and residential projects, focusing on interiors and //3877’s project development department. She earned her undergraduate degree from Marywood University and received a Master of Design in Interior Studies from Rhode Island School of Design.

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Meanwhile, Jean-Paul Fiedler is a recent graduate from the Florida International University with a Masters Degree in Architecture. He will have a role within //3877’s design development team, focusing on hospitality and residential projects.

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