Gary Volz, IIDA
As a designer, Gary believes there are two truths: regardless of size or complexity, each project should clearly communicate the client’s strategic brand to the specific marketplace and providing designs that offer functionality and value. As a lover of art, Gary also believes that every project should inspire and has an opportunity to be unique. Gary has made it his mission to create a sense of place for each project, and his notable design approach forms interior space as the connection between a building and the people who utilize the building and space. He is committed to providing designs which enable his clients to succeed at a level their competitors never imagined.
Like the experiential spaces Gary designs for his clients, there are no sidelines, and you have to immerse yourself in order to be effective. It’s the same for Gary and his passions. He is involved with the Cincinnati Art Museum, Taft Museum of Art, WGUC, and served six years on the Board of the Architectural Foundation of Cincinnati. Gary is also the Board President for the East End Adult Education Center and on the International Interior Design Association Corporate Forum. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, Russian history and culture, blues music, jamming on his guitar, good food, good wine, and furry dogs.