SV Design Welcomes Three to the Team
Architecture and design firm SV Design announced the addition of three new designers: Jeff Senatore as an architect, and Natasha Hagan and Lindsey Jeter as interior designers.
Senatore is a licensed architect in the state of Tennessee, NCARB and LEED certified and has over seven years of experience working on interior, ground-up and renovation projects. He comes to SV Design from STG Design in Nashville where he was a project architect. Before that, he was a project architect at DMR Architects in Hasbrouck Heights, NJ, where he primarily worked on corporate interior projects. He started his career as a junior architect at T.F. Cusanelli & Filetti Architects in Haworth, NJ. His responsibilities included schematic design and design development, construction documentation, permit/bid drawings, field verification and engineer coordination.
Hagan most recently worked as a designer at AI Corporate Interiors where she supported office design projects, selecting furniture and finishes and helping with project proposals. Before that, she was a design coordinator at Ethan Allen where she assisted the interior design team in planning, designing and furnishing residential projects.
Jeter has worked as an interior design intern with SV Design for the past three years and is now joining the team full time. She will be a member of the multi-family and corporate project teams.
“We were impressed with Jeff’s background in sustainable design, which is becoming more of a focus for the firm. Natasha’s experience in furniture planning and specification is welcomed for our corporate, multi-family, and healthcare projects. Lindsey has done great work as an intern, and we’re very excited that she’s staying on with us,” said Beau Brady, “Their diverse experience will be a great addition to our growing team, and we look forward to the contributions they will make to our practice.”
Senatore received his Bachelor of Architecture with a minor in environmental and sustainable studies from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Hagan graduated from the University of Kentucky with a bachelor’s in interior design. Jeter received a bachelor’s degree in French and world business from the University of Tennessee and another for interior design from Belmont University.