Mosaic Associates Architects Hires Two Professionals
Troy, N.Y. – Mosaic Associates Architects, DPC has added two new professionals to the firm, headquartered in Troy. Madeline McIntyre joined Mosaic as an interior designer and Anna Arnesen joined the firm as an architectural designer.
In her new role, McIntyre is working on projects for Saratoga Springs City SD, Hudson Valley Community College and Troy City SD. Prior to joining Mosaic, she worked as an interior design assistant at Jenna Burger Design LLC, developing renderings for commercial projects. She also interned at Finishing Touches in Malta, assisting with space planning and developing renderings for residential projects, and at Sensory Six LLC in Saratoga Springs, making material and furniture selections for projects.
McIntyre is a graduate of the SUNY Buffalo State College and holds a bachelor of fine arts in interior design. While at college, she won the Illuminating Engineering Society’s IGNITE Lighting Design Scholarship in 2020 and the C2 Paint and Red Disk Studios Color and Light Competition in 2018. She lives in Malta.
At Mosaic, Arnesen is working on projects for Saratoga Springs City SD and Hudson Valley Community College. Previously, she interned at TreanorHL in Kansas City, Missouri, where she worked with the health care studio on projects at North Kansas City Hospital, St. Luke’s Health System and St. Louis RMA through Revit modeling, rendering and communicating with clients. She also interned at Cannon Design in Denver, Colorado as a facility management intern conducting architectural assessments of all of Denver’s public schools.
A graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a bachelor’s degree in architecture, Arnesen completed a study abroad program in Ahmedabad, India, where she was part of a design workshop in New Delhi at Poliarte Design Academy. She lives in Latham.
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Mosaic Associates Architects is an award-winning, 40-person architectural firm located in Troy, N.Y. that specializes in designing for education, an expertise developed over the firm’s 150 years of continuous practice.