Diane Burcz is known for her exceptional eye for interiors rooted in a solid understanding of space planning and interior architecture. Her design sensibility is about clean lines, texture and comfort and, just as important – function. She is equally adept at implementation and project management.
Over the years, Diane and her husband renovated several older houses. She transformed them into homes that retained their original architecture but included the mid-century and contemporary furnishings that Diane favors in her own home. She now enjoys interpreting her client’s personal taste and vision by proposing thoughtful combinations of elements and furnishings that work well together.
She specializes in kitchens and baths but also has a broad understanding of furniture and textiles, and enjoys creating site-specific furniture pieces. While living in the California Bay Area, Diane maintained a green building certification and has recently developed an interest in universal design. Diane shares her own experiences implementing universal design principles in a Cape Cod renovation described in her blog.
Diane started her design education in Interior Architecture at the University of California – Berkeley Extension, and recently earned a certificate in Kitchen and Bath Design from the Boston Architectural College. She is an active member of the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) and the International Furnishings and Design Association (IFDA), and her work has been featured in The Boston Globe and The Boston Globe Magazine. She has been a featured speaker at design events focused on modern and mid-century modern design. Diane has an undergraduate degree in Psychology and an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University.