As an interior designer, Elizabeth combines a data-informed approach to space planning with a strong aesthetic sensibility to design meaningful spaces. Bringing a unique approach to each of her projects, Liz seeks inspiration from multiple project typologies to envision solutions. She enjoys leading an iterative and collaborative design process with contractors, manufacturers, and craftspeople to create innovative features for client and project needs.
Liz is particularly interested in understanding how people work together and how to design for collaboration and interaction. Using a data-driven approach to space planning, Liz designs functional, flexible, and long-lasting spaces for a variety of clients, while also creating beautiful and memorable places.
She has over 25 years of experience designing retail, restaurants, multi-family housing, and workplaces. Most notably, she led the building repositioning project at 125 Summer Street and an office relocation and workplace strategy for Fish & Richardson while a Senior Associate at ADD Inc / Stantec.
This article was cowritten by Sasaki principal Elizabeth von Goeler, a leading expert interior architect, and Jacob Morgan, a researcher studying the future of work
A discussion with the Urban Land Institute about weaving data, virtual reality, and analytical tools into all stages of design and development.
Our Elizabeth Von Goeler was recognized by the IIDA as a major force for elevating the quality of design within the region, as well as being a strong advocate for professional development
Principal Elizabeth von Goeler named a leader in the Boston CRE industry