Kim Rousseau

RID IIDA, LEED AP
Principal, Corporate and Commercial, Atlanta

As a child, Kim would draw life-size plans of the spaces she imagined. Now, as an experienced interior designer, you might say her childhood dreams have come true. She draws inspiration from fashion, art, and through experimenting with her own spaces – and is an adherent of Louis Sullivan’s famous axiom, “form follows function.” Most recently, Kim drew influence from a trip to Barcelona (a city she describes as “effortlessly cool”) in celebration of her 20th wedding anniversary.

A self-described “red meat and potatoes kind of girl,” Kim has a very strong bond with her teenage boys, as well as her cats; particularly her orange Hemingway cat. When she’s not out being active with her family, you can find her outside on a beautiful day working on a puzzle or cross-stitching.

"Design really can make people's lives better. Interior design, in particular, can support the way people interact with their environment.”
To celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary, Kim and her husband traveled to Barcelona.

Kim's Featured Work

Clemson University, Watt Family Innovation Center
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Clemson University Watt Family Innovation Center
Clemson, South Carolina
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Newell Brands Design Center
Kalamazoo, Michigan
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Atlanta Dairies
Atlanta, Georgia