Sally Mills appointed principal of Kasian’s Vancouver office

Sally Mills. Photo courtesy of Kasian.
Sally Mills. Photo courtesy of Kasian.

Kasian has announced the addition of Sally Mills, AID, RID, as principal in their Vancouver office, effective Sept. 6, 2016. Mills will join Carol Jones, senior principal and vice president, Interior Design, in the leadership of Kasian’s Vancouver interior design team, which numbers more than 20.

Mills brings over 30 years of extensive design experience in the Vancouver market. She has acted in a business development capacity and led design teams. Her clients have included BC Hydro, British Columbia Lottery Corporation, Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Microsoft and Morneau Shepell.

“The team at Kasian has an enormous amount of experience and knowledge,” says Mills. “I am confident that Kasian will continue to optimize a client’s real estate, enhance collaboration, build brand and culture and promote well-being.”

Mills is vice president of Interior Designers of Canada; a Professional Member of the Interior Designers Institute of British Columbia; and serves on the Advisory Board for the Interior Design Program at the British Columbia Institute of Technology. She holds an Associate of Interior Design degree from Kwantlen Polytechnic University and received an Interior Designer’s Institute of B.C Scholarship Award.

“Over the last 15 years we have developed an exceptional team of interior designers with expertise in all our market sectors,” says Kasian president and founder Don Kasian. “Sally will further strengthen our interior design discipline and propel new growth in the years to come.”

Since its founding in 1983, Kasian has grown to become one of the world’s top 100 integrated design firms. With nearly 300 team members in offices in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto and Doha, Kasian engages with clients locally and abroad in all market sectors. Services include architecture, interior design and planning with specialization in the following sectors: Academic, Science and Technology; Civic; Commercial; Health Care; Transportation and Corporate Workplace.