Rebecca Pogonitz, GOGO design group, interior design chicago

I have been obsessed with true beauty practically since birth and this intense passion for aesthetics and interior design led me to earn a BFA at Chicago’s International Academy of Design and Technology. In 2001 I founded GOGO design group in the Chicago area. In addition to serving interior design clients across the nation, I am an avid writer on topics in the interior design industry, including publishing a monthly design video series called GOGO Living that educates consumers with how-to interior design project tips. I’ve also launched a video series called GOGO girl diaries that is more of a personal reflective outlet that revolves around design well-being.

In addition, I am a public speaker at consumer education events and business to business design/build events on topics including the how-tos for renovating or building a new home and implementing design well-being in your home.

Color At HomeMy work for clients has appeared in print, including Chicago Tribune Magazine and Color at Home, written by Meg and Steven Roberts.

I prefer to collaborate with clients to create their personal design well-being rather than impose my personal style on a project. The result is an eclectic body of work. My approach to creating a new space involves a transformational process, through which the design reflects the lifestyle, personality, and soul of the people living there.

See my interior design projects that are featured on HGTV.com and Houzz.com:

 

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interior designer Rebecca Pogonitz