Location: San Francisco, CA
SAN FRANCISCO, CA, January 5, 2012, Lisa Bottom, Principal, Design Director for Gensler, has been recognized by Elite American Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in architecture and design.
For more than three decades, Ms. Bottom has shined as a luminary in architecture, sharpening a sophisticated skill set in the area of architecture and design that has kept her at the forefront of her field. The award-winning industry executive has garnered a reputation of distinction for her people-oriented nature, and for her willingness to listen to the needs of each and every client she serves. She is committed to resolving issues and making more efficient use of her clients’ space. It is for these precise reasons that she has been recognized as a ROSCOE Furniture Design Award winner in 1988, an IIDEX Furniture Design Award winner in 1992, and as one of the Most Influential Women in Business by the San Francisco Business Times in 2011. She was also recently recognized as an Outstanding VIP of the Year 2011 by Cambridge Who’s Who.
Ms. Bottom was inspired by an innate love for architecture and design to pursue a career in the field. A long-standing passion for the fine points of figures and shapes led her down an illustrious path to success as a designer and architect, and she continues to strive for excellence in her every endeavor. She looks forward to a future in which she will be able to adeptly and artistically design furniture. Ms. Bottom is currently pursuing an architectural license, and she is a LEED Accredited Professional.
Over the course of a career that has spanned more than 32 years, Ms. Bottom has remained determined to learn and grow in her chosen capacity. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. She also remains current of trends and developments in architecture and design as a member of the American Institute of Architects, and of Commercial Real Estate Women. She supports a myriad of worthy causes, which include the education of underprivileged youth; she is also in the process of designing and sewing a gown to be auctioned off for Discarded to Divine.
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