IA’s Austin Office Named A Finalist for ABJ’s 2020 Best Places to Work

When IA opened its 20th office in Austin, TX, we were excited at the prospect of planting roots in the dynamic and creative city with a deep and diverse talent pool. Fast forward two years, our Austin office has grown to over 25 professionals and our office mascot, Susan. From design field trips to Marfa and Spirit Week, to car parades and daily "5@5" virtual workouts, we are proud of the culture we have built in this office and are honored to be named a finalist for Austin Business Journal's Best Places to Work this year. Please join us in congratulating our Austin office.

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“We are thrilled to be the only interior design and architecture firm nominated to Austin’s ‘2020 Best Places to Work’! We couldn’t have done it without the dream team and the best way to describe our office and culture is equal parts magic, mystery, and miracles. Magic—in the spaces that we get to create for our clients when all of talents come together. Mystery—our team has an amazing sense of humor and you never know when you will walk right into a prank in the office. Miracles—that we take our work seriously but not ourselves…oh, and that everyone has more fun with a wig on!

- MANUEL NAVARRO | DESIGN DIRECTOR, PRINCIPAL

- MANUEL NAVARRO | DESIGN DIRECTOR, PRINCIPAL

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Manuel Navarro Headshot

- MANUEL NAVARRO | DESIGN DIRECTOR, PRINCIPAL

See the full list of ABJ's 2020 Best Places to Work Finalists here.

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