Pickett Design Associates’ talented Interior Designer Stephanie Ramirez was at the UCLA Semel Institute recently to preview the team’s finished work on its Integrative Phenotyping Center for Neuropsychiatry. The renovation involved more than 40,000 square feet on four floors of the Semel Institute tower, and the state-of-the-art space will provide modern facilities for investigators to achieve breakthroughs in the understanding, prevention, and treatment of severe brain disorders. PDA partnered with Zakian Woo Architects and other project consultants to create a flowing, light-filled – yet highly functional – interior workspace. In the photo above Stephanie is posing next to an impactful oversized custom sliding door of rich wood grain. We’ll post more photos of this exciting project soon!