Spacesmith has announced a new principal architect and workplace expert joining the firm: Elisabeth Post-Marner, AIA, LEED AP.

Adding to the extensive accomplishments of Spacesmith in corporate headquarters, office and workplace design, Post-Marner is a registered architect with 30-plus years of experience. Her portfolio includes innovative works in the corporate sector, including award-winning office interiors and a track record of showing how workplace environments best reflect their clients' work processes and brands.
“We’re very glad to have Elisabeth Post-Marner joining our team,” says Jane Smith, FAIA, founder of Spacesmith. “Elisabeth has shown even the largest companies how to optimally leverage their real estate to ensure employee satisfaction while also preparing for the major workplace shifts that impact their future operations."

Post-Marner's award-winning work includes honors from the American Institute of Architecture and the U.S. Green Building Council, which cited her headquarters work for GE Energy & Financial Services as the year’s "most intriguing commercial interior.” She studied architecture at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and has maintained an active interest in equestrian sports, ocean rowing and yoga.
Previously Post-Marner served as principal and director of corporate interiors for Perkins Eastman as well as principal for Gensler in New York City, where she was also Director of Workplace Strategy. A past president of the IIDA New York Chapter, she joined Spacesmith in June of last year.

An engaging and expert source on workplace trends and issues, Post-Marner is available to the media through C.C. Sullivan.