LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Luckett & Farley has named Madonna Eberenz Wilson project manager for its Higher Education Design Studio.
The Higher Education Design Studio at Luckett & Farley brings together talented architects, landscape architects, interior designers, and engineers who are not only experts in their discipline, but how their discipline can best serve the unique needs of campuses around the country.
Wilson has been at Louisville-based Luckett & Farley since 2018. Most recently she served as a senior architect, known for her expertise in space planning, code analysis, accessibility and mixed-use facilities.
Some recent projects Wilson has worked on include J.H. Richmond Hall renovation at Murray State University, The Commons at Margie Helm Library at Western Kentucky University, Riverswalk Student Housing at Appalachian State University and the Kettering Hall residence replacement at Berea College.
Wilson has a bachelor of science in art/interior design from Spalding University and a bachelor of architecture from the University of Kentucky.
Wilson’s free time consists of creating custom pieces in her woodworking shop. She has had her woodwork displayed at the Kentucky Museum of Arts & Crafts, Spalding University Huff and Weber Galleries, and a Honduras mahogany bench on permanent display at the Fund for the Arts main lobby in Louisville.