Audrie Wenger


Principal, Interior Design




P 785.727.2418

The best interior design is more than the sum of trendy forms and recycled functions—it comes from the thoughtful execution of custom, client-focused solutions to fit each client’s specific needs. And that’s where Audrie Wenger, our interior design principal, comes in.

For more than 35 years, Audrie has been the creative force behind a strikingly diverse collection of projects in workplace design, space planning, programming, interior architectural design, and furniture solutions. Her work covers various projects and client types, including corporate office environments, higher education, healthcare, preservation, and justice projects. She paved a successful path with her unparalleled ability to turn project complexities into seamless design solutions for the interior built environment.

Audrie is a professional member of IIDA and is NCIDQ certified. She has been an instrumental interior design leader locally, having served on the board of the IIDA Mid America Chapter. There, she started and grew the mentorship program, which won a national chapter award.

Even as a child, Audrie dreamt of being a designer and continues to appreciate that her mother and father supported her and always dared her to dream big and find a career path that makes her happy. She has taken that wise advice to heart and continually encourages young professionals to discover their creative talent and live their best design lives. In her spare time, she enjoys quiet lake time on her boat, reading, and spending time with family.

Get to know Audrie

Who is your biggest hero?

My mother and father. For also supporting me and always dared me to dream big and find a career path that makes me happy.

What is an interesting fact not many people know about you?

I have an identical twin sister.

What is your favorite building or landmark?

My favorite place/landmark is Oxford, England. I felt totally connected to its people and place.

Notable projects

Jesse Unruh Building Treanor Justice design studio

Jesse Unruh Building Rehabilitation

Sacramento, CA

The University of North Texas Health Science Center’s new Interdisciplinary Research & Education Building (IREB)

Interdisciplinary Research and Education Building

Fort Worth, TX

Johnson County Courthouse

Olathe, KS

Douglas County Treatment and Recovery Center

Lawrence, KS