Ginger Lunt, IIDA, ASID

“All art forms, from photography to architecture and fashion, are strongly interconnected and provide endless inspiration for interior design,” says Ginger. Growing up on Oahu, with a musician/realtor father and photographer mother, nurtured her creativity and love for Hawai`i’s natural landscape, architectural history and blend of cultures.

Ginger believes that the quality of the environments people spend time in are essential to their physical and mental well-being. With projects of any size, she shows that both creativity as well as strong management and organizational skills are essential to making design projects successful.


Prior to starting her own firm in early 2018, Ginger worked at Philpotts Interiors for nine years where she was honored to be mentored by inspirational designers and develop her own voice and aesthetic.  During her time there, she was a part of award-winning residential and hospitality design projects.



Amy Vicente, LEED BD+C

“The harmonious balance between context, material, history, and functionality of space creates a timeless design that resonates with the client and is unique onto itself” is how Amy describes the design process.

Growing up in an eclectic blended family of Moroccan-Spanish descent inspired Amy’s love for culture and travel from a very young age. She nurtured her creative passion for design through her experience and work abroad, as well as in the US. The study of lifestyle and culture, the respect for artisanal craft, and the understanding of a need for local and sustainable material usage further forged her design aesthetic.

Amy’s hospitality work experience background has gifted her with the ability to understand the technical side of projects, the need for collaborative and cohesive design across all trades, a conscious approach to budgets and schedules, and the organization and communication skills to execute a successful project.