Batson Associates Expands Team to Offer Interior Design Services

Friday, December 18th, 2020

 Batson Associates, an architectural firm in Greenville, SC, has added Interior Design to its offerings, expanding the creative services and distinctive solutions to its clients. The firm’s newest hires, Cole Johns, director of interiors, and Antoinette Perez, interior designer, will provide a comprehensive range of interiors services for Batson Associates commercial clients. 

“Along with their experience and passion for interiors, our new team members have also brought with them expertise in ‘visual storytelling,’” said Louis Batson, president of Batson Associates. “Their visual storytelling includes creation of captivating images and films, as well as the design and implementation of graphics and branding, that brings each client’s unique story to life.” 

Cole Johns joins the Batson team with four years of experience in interior design and a demonstrated passion for design. With a BA in Interior Design and Minor in Fine Arts from Anderson University, Johns leads the Interiors team with creative solutions for each project. In addition to his proficiency in interior design, Cole also brings with him exceptional graphic skills and visual storytelling through renderings, animations, graphics and branding. Brands and projects Johns has previously worked on include Proactive MD, Clemson University School of Nursing and the graphics and branding package for Memorial Health Children’s Hospital.

With a BFA in Interior Design from Bob Jones University, Antoinette Perez has three years of interior design experience. Perez provides innovative solutions for clients and is engaged in every aspect of the design process. She has worked on projects ranging from healthcare facilities and higher education institutions to worship centers and senior living communities.  Her current experience includes Memorial Health Master Finishes Standards, Presbyterian Homes of Georgia – Watkinsville Campus and Rock Springs Baptist Church – Youth Building.