Welcome to our collaborative.

Each project is a new opportunity to consult with experts & artists in many disciplines. We have tapped graphic designers, lighting designers, muralists—the list of collaborators grows with each new project.

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Dane Rausch, AIA

Guiding every project along is Dane Rausch, an architect and interior designer with a passion for creating comfortable, elegant and inviting spaces that reflect the people who inhabit them.

Transformative designs that lift and inspire has always been my goal. I strive to help my clients find the perfect balance of beauty, connection and function.

Dane has a Masters in Architecture from the University of Milwaukee. Formerly a Design Principal with Booth Hansen and a Design Director at Gensler, here is just a partial list of Dane’s work nationwide that spans residential, commercial, historic restoration, civic and adaptive reuse.

A diverse range of design projects


Chicago, IL
Kenilworth, IL
Lake Geneva, WI
Grosse Point, MI
Palm Springs, CA
Quintana Roo, Mexico


The Parker, Chicago
Chicago Spire, Chicago
Northwestern University
University of Chicago
Chicago Botanic Gardens
Motorola Corporation
Chicago Mercantile Exchange
Johnson Controls Innovation Center
Hyatt & Marriott Hotels


Shubert Theater, Chicago
The Palmolive Building, Chicago
Palmolive Building Penthouse, Chicago
330 S Michigan Avenue Residence, Chicago

Elizabeth Larson, Designer


Elizabeth earned a BFA in Interior Design from the Columbus College of Art and Design. From there she joined Gensler, working on commercial and hospitality projects in both the Chicago and Boston offices. While at Gary Lee Partners, Elizabeth pursued her passion for residential interior architecture and the selection of furnishings and art. She thrives on the communication and energy between the design team and the client. Through research, Elizabeth is able to create a foundation to build solid justifications that will guide clients from development to details.

Lorin Jackson, Designer


Lorin holds a BFA in Interior Architecture from Columbia College in Chicago. Her focus of study included space planning, workplace design and commercial resources, and residential space planning and resources. Lorin thrives on synthesizing information to develop and communicate design stories through graphics, precedent research and design documentation.


Beth DeBonis, Designer

Creating a space that is functional and beautiful!  

For me, a successful design elevates the client's experience within their space. A well designed layout with wonderful flow is key; a creation of 3-dimensional spatiality. From there, bringing in textures, textiles, a mix of materials, and unique elements help to layer and create interest and bring in the client's personality.