Harrell Remodeling Designer Trisha Chatterjee’s entrepreneurial experience and passion for design consistently leads to high levels of client satisfaction. Her unique design perspective springs from her understanding of various cultures and architectural styles.
Born and educated in India, Trisha attained her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Interior Design, and subsequently launched a design firm that specialized in residential and commercial projects. During her 15 years in business, she directed twelve designers, 100 subcontractors, 700+ clients, and oversaw more than 1,000 projects in four countries.
One such project transformed Bhutan’s Gangtey Palace from a royal family residence to a hotel. The two-and-a-half-year undertaking involved maintaining the palace’s historical significance inside and out, which presented incredible design challenges and a nine-month design process.
Trisha moved to the United States in 2015 and put her skills to work at an architectural firm that focused on town planning. She then joined another global design firm and had the opportunity to do work for Apple, doing retail space planning for numerous stores around the world. During her time in California, Trisha has gained experience that has educated and informed her of the vast differences in American design, permitting, codes, and construction.
Preferring the dynamic and collaborative aspect of residential design + build, Trisha decided to join Harrell Remodeling. The company culture was a primary draw, as working cooperatively on projects enables her to expand her knowledge of all phases of design and construction.
“A key component of being a great designer is understanding clients, helping them express what they want in a way that embodies both inspiration and function,” Trisha enthuses. “Every project is an exciting challenge to learn something new while improving the homeowners’ lifestyle.”
Trisha brings an equal amount of passion to her pastimes, including cooking authentic Indian food and immersing herself in all things Bollywood. Her one vice: chocolate.