Kristen Rushlow

Meet Kristen Rushlow, one of our Interior Designers here at Glenn|Partners! Kristen grew up in Northern Michigan in a little town on the water called Boyne City. Upon graduating from the Interior Architecture + Design program at Florida State University in 2020, she made her way westward to Dallas, TX. Kristen and her family recently decided to plant down roots in the area by building their first home in Frisco!

In her free time, Kristen enjoys quality time spent with her family. Although she considers herself a bit of a homebody, she loves to get outside with her two dogs commonly known as “the girls”. Having grown up on the Great Lakes, Kristen feels her happiest near water whether she’s boating, jet skiing, or just simply enjoying the view from the shore.

Kristen Rushlow
"The details are not the details. They make the design." - Charles Eames

During her time at Glenn|Partners, Kristen has been leading the interior design efforts on Richardson ISD’s new and improved Pearce High School and assisting Senior Interior Designer, McKenzie Phillips, on the design and documentation of DISD’s Urban Park Elementary, and Northwest ISD’s Pike Middle School.

To learn even more about Kristen, check out the following fun facts!

Favorite Food

Hudson House Cheeseburger

Favorite Movie

The Blind Side

Favorite Music


Most Exotic Place Visited

Telluride, CO

Happy Place

Home with “the girls” and my love

Favorite Hobby


Favorite Architect

Charles & Ray Eames

Favorite Building

The Oculus

What Inspires You

Having a positive emotional impact on someone

Fun Fact

I have an identical twin sister!

First Moment when you realized you wanted to be an Architect

I can't say there was an exact moment. As long as I can remember, I wanted to design in some capacity. My parents were both engineers, so I was used to drafting tools around the house. One day, probably around 7 or 8 years old I sat down at my dad's drafting desk and started drawing up floor plans and never stopped!

Favorite Quote or Saying

"You can still know peace without knowing what comes next." - MHN