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Albert McDonald

Albert McDonald, AIA, NCARB

Director of Design

AlbertM@310ai.com

EDUCATION:

Bachelor of Arts Architecture          University of North Carolina Charlotte

Bachelors in Architecture                         North Carolina State University

As a designer, I’m a generalist, which has allowed me the luxury of working on a diverse collection of project types (Higher Education, Community and Cultural, K-12, Healthcare, Retail, Mixed Use, Multi and Single Family Residential, Transit Infrastructure…) I enjoy bringing together each design based on their individual qualities of site and program, celebrating them through thoughtful spatial organization and appropriate use of materials.

I believe community engagement is important to the profession of architecture, as such I have served for the AIA and the City of Raleigh in various capacities for the better part of the past 20 years.

When I was a kid I wanted to be an artist and a pitcher in the MLB.

When I’m not at work, I’m happiest when I’m painting or writing/playing music.

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Fabiola Minerali

Fabiola Minerali

Interior Design

FabiolaM@310ai.com

EDUCATION:

UNCG Bachelor in Interior Architecture

I am originally from Albania and came to the US to pursue my passion for design. I spent four years at UNC Greensboro where I obtained my bachelor’s degree in Interior Architecture.

I’m surprisingly good at picking a song that matches the “mood” of the painting I am doing.

When I’m not at work, I’m happiest when I’m reading a book and drinking coffee.

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Jamisen Royal

Jamisen Royal

Interior Designer

JamisenR@310ai.com

EDUCATION:

Attending UNCG 

As a 4th Year in the UNCG Interior Architecture program, I am very grateful to have the opportunity of interning with the 310ai team. I am so excited to be able to apply and further my education and knowledge through experience. My favorite thing about design is traveling and absorbing different design techniques through experiencing unique spaces.

I was a competitive clogger for 15 years.

A typical day for me is starting and ending my day with two big dogs trailing behind me (and often pretending like they are lap dogs).

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Adriane Field

Adriane Field, NCIDQ, WELL AP, Assoc. AIA

Senior Interior Designer

AdrianeF@310ai.com

EDUCATION:

Bachelor of Science, Interior Architecture
University of North Carolina at Greensboro

My career as an interior designer has evolved alongside my pursuit of life and love, as I relocated to many beautiful parts of the country.   After college, I began as a young design professional in D.C., followed a boy to Palm Beach, and eventually settled in California’s wine country and started a family.  I had no idea I would stay there for almost a decade, where I was able to gain the technical experience to advance my career.  Since relocating back to NC, I have had several experiences which have renewed my passion for focusing on healthcare interior design. 

On my desk you will always find a photo of my son.

I’m surprisingly good at identifying the make of a vehicle, at night, just by the shape of the headlights.

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Paul Fox

Paul Fox

Principal
Director of Interior Design

PaulF@310ai.com

EDUCATION:

Bachelor of Science in Architecture
University of North Carolina at Charlotte

I have lived and worked across my native NC for my entire career. I started out studying architecture but found my true calling in interior design. One of my favorite things about living in Raleigh is our tight knit design community – everywhere I go I run into someone I’ve worked with. If we meet  and you’re not already a friend or client, just give me five minutes and you will be!

The most inspiring part of my job is when our client talks about their design goals and wants to create something fantastic!  That is what excites me.  Also, when a client’s first impression of a design solution makes them smile… before they speak!!! 

A typical day for me is talking “a lot”, frequent impromptu desk crits/collisions in hopes to push the limits of design.  My coworkers are accustomed to me saying “are you sure you want it to look like that?”