Marie Wikoff, CHID, EDAC, LEED, RID WikoffBioBW


With over 20 years of experience in the field of Interior Design, including; healthcare, commercial interior design, project management, and product specification; Marie is able to satisfy her current base of repeat clients while she thrives on meeting new ones and helping them obtain their goals.  Her designs are not only fresh, but also appropriate for the space that they are designed for.

Marie’s strengths are outstanding communication skills, commitment to client service and driving the process of Interior Design. Employed with architectural firms for more than 9 years; she has gained knowledge of interior built design that most designers would not understand.  In doing so, she has obtained a broad and confident knowledge of understanding building codes that have helped her hone her skills of problem solving.


Professional Associations and Accreditations:

  • Evidence-Based Design Accreditation and Certification (EDAC)
  • American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers (CHID)
  • National Council of Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ)
  • Registered in the State of Nevada (RID)
  • The California Council for Interior Design Certification (CID)
  • American Institute of Architecture, Allied Professional (AIA Allied Professional)


  • Builders Association of Northern Nevada, Best Commercial Project, Carson Dermatology (2017)
  • Reno News and Review, Best of 2015, Interior Design Category
  • Reno Gazette Journal, Person to Know, Special Segment (2012)
  • Northern Nevada Business Weekly, multiple articles
  • Builders Association of Northern Nevada,  Best Commercial Project, November 2012 – Banner Award for Best Commercial Project
  • Plum Influence Magazine: Nominated to Plum100, The 100 Most Influential People of Reno/Tahoe: Top ten in Artists & Icons category
  • City of Reno Historic Preservation Award: St. Thomas Aquinas Cathedral, 2008 (while employed at HMC Architects)
  • Nevada American Institute of Architects (AIA) Design Awards, Interior Elements Category: Dynographics, 2004