SWBR Adds Architecture, Interior, and Landscape Designers
SWBR is pleased to welcome interior designer Katherine Beinetti, project designer Harrison Taylor, and landscape designer Carmine Tronolone.
Interior designer and past SWBR intern Beinetti assists with furniture and finish selections and drafting construction documents on a variety of project types. She sees meaningful design as being intentional, functional design that is understanding of the user’s needs. She received her AAS in Interior Design from Monroe Community College, her BFA in Interior Design from SUNY Buffalo, and lives in Honeoye Falls.
Taylor supports the firm’s Housing studio through all project phases, from predesign to construction documentation. What excites him about architecture is how wide-reaching and impactful it is, that architects can improve local neighborhoods and help communities in other parts of the world. He has a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Economics from Syracuse University, a Master of Architecture from Illinois Institute of Technology, and resides in Brighton.
Tronolone received his Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry. As a landscape designer, he supports the landscape architecture group with design development and detailing. He sees meaningful design as being rooted in empathy, awareness, and inclusion, always looking for ways to positively impact communities. He lives in Rochester.