Architecture design firm Rossetti in Detroit has added award-winning designer Jaime Neher as a design lead. In her new role, Neher will lend her expertise to all aspects of design projects in a variety of industries, including hospitality, commercial, sports, and entertainment.
Neher has 15 years of architecture and design experience and has worked on projects such as the Campbell Ewald Headquarters and the Madison Building renovation. She has also worked on the Jean Paul Gaultier and Emilio Pucci retail locations in Las Vegas, as well as the Marc Jacobs retail store in San Francisco and Dolphin Mall in Miami.
Neher has won numerous awards for her work and has been recognized by a variety of industry groups, associations, and trade publications, including Architizer, AIA Detroit and AIA Michigan, and Contract Magazine.
“Jaime’s award-winning work speaks for itself and aligns perfectly with the type of forward-thinking, experience-driven projects Rossetti helps clients bring to life,” says Matt Rossetti, president. “Her versatility and holistic approach to design are traits we can’t wait to see her leverage and infuse into design projects as part of the Rossetti team.”
Neher completed her bachelor’s degree in architecture at Lawrence Technological University in Southfield and earned her master’s degree in architecture from the University of Michigan. Prior to joining Rossetti, Neher served as a designer/associate at Neumann/Smith Architecture in Southfield and worked as a designer at JPRA Architects in Novi.