Susie Hoffmann, ASID graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English Literature and Fine Arts from Stanford University. She received her degree in Interior Design from the New School University: Parsons School of Design in New York City. Hoffmann worked in the city for Bogdanow Partners Architects, specializing in Hospitality and Restaurant Design. She worked on high profile projects including Morrells Wine Bar (featured in Hospitality Design Magazine) and the IFC theater in New York's West Village (featured in Interior Design Magazine).
Hoffmann later went on to work for spa design guru, Clodagh, as a senior designer. There she honed her skills in wellness design, learning to incorporate nature's elements, feng shui and chromatherapy into her interiors. During her tenure with Clodagh, Hoffmann worked on residential projects in Time Warner/Mandarin Oriental, New York as well as commercial spa and wellness projects for Vista Clara (a destination spa in New Mexico) and Yoga Works.
Hoffmann moved to Montana in 2005. She joins her brother and mother, who live in Red Lodge, and enjoys the beauty of the Montana landscape and all the activities it has to offer. Hoffmann started Envi Design in 2006 and has since serviced many residential and commercial clients in Montana and throughout the U.S. Hoffmann keeps an apartment in New York City and travels there regularly to maintain relationships with industry resources and design leaders. This connection to The City offers a unique design perspective and allows for access to the latest in design trends.
Christine Schuette joins the Envi Design team as a NCIDQ designer with over 5 years of experience in the field.
Christine Schuette graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She later moved to San Diego, California and designed for the commercial interior design firm, Roberts, Bennet & Norton which specializes in corporate design and tenant improvements. During her time with the firm, she worked on a variety of design projects including the corporate offices of Pacific Coast Steel & RQ Construction and the design studio of fashion designer Jenny Han. She left San Diego in 2008 to travel with her husband to Kenya where she worked as a research assistant for Montana State University and volunteered for the non-profit organization, the South Rift Landowners Association (SORALO). While in Kenya, Christine had time to immerse herself in the natural environment and think about design in its most symbiotic form. Schuette began with Envi Design team in 2010. She shares a passion for clean, pure design with an emphasis in environmentally friendly practices.
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