FitzGerald has expanded the firm’s interior design practice with the hiring Kay Wulf, ASID, IIDA as Associate Principal. Kay is an award-winning interior designer and experienced project leader who brings extensive experience in corporate offices, building lobbies, public spaces, international product showrooms, convention centers, retail shopping malls, and luxury residences.
With the new expansion, FitzGerald will broaden its reach, providing interior design not only on FitzGerald-designed architectural projects, but also supporting a new range of clients as well as other design firms.
Her portfolio contains an impressive range of work, from commercial office spaces for Fortune 100 corporations such as McKesson and work at Chicago’s McCormick Place Convention Center to international exposure on mixed-use projects with the lobbies of the Dubai Towers and the retail shopping Mall at Mohali, India. She has performed feasibility studies for the University of Illinois and ConocoPhillips, and designed interior spaces for companies like Herman Miller, U S Equities, Kimball International, and Draftfcb. She has worked on luxury residential projects in some of Chicagoland’s most prestigious suburbs, neighborhoods and addresses, including The Malibu on Sheridan Road, a private residence in Winnetka, a vintage townhouse on LaSalle Street, and a condominium in the John Hancock Center.
Her work has garnered several awards and frequent press recognition, and she is a frequent contributor to regional and national conferences, panels, and publications. She has acted as juror on award committees, and sits on the Design Advisory Council of her Alma Mater, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, where she earned her B.S. in Interior Design and A.A.S. in Architectural Technology. She is a Registered Interior Designer in the State of Illinois, and she is certified by the National Council for Interior Design Qualification. She is a Past-President of both the International Interior Design Association and Chicago Women in Architecture.