Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Morgante Wilson Architects Promotes Renata Buenrostro to Director of Architectural Interiors

Renata Buenrostro

CHICAGO, IL (May 11, 2016) – Evanston, Illinois-based Morgante Wilson Architects, Ltd., one of the country’s leading residential architecture and interior design firms, announces the firm has promoted Renata Buenrostro, 45, to director of architectural interiors.

Buenrostro joined the firm in 2000 as an architectural project manager, a position she held for four years before being named associate of architectural interiors in 2004.

“Renata is one of our veteran employees, and was the first from our staff to work exclusively on our architectural interiors team,” said Elissa Morgante, co-principal of Morgante Wilson Architects.

Elissa Morgante
“Our firm has grown exponentially in the last several years and we’ve added staff across all practice areas, so to have someone with Renata’s leadership and expertise heading up our architectural interiors group is invaluable. We’re extremely proud to see her step into this new role.”

In her new position, Buenrostro will oversee all architectural interior projects for the firm and will mentor and train new team members. 

She will also collaborate with the firm’s architectural and interior design project managers to ensure a cohesive approach to all aspects of each project. 

Buenrostro specializes in private residential work, with past projects including numerous lakefront homes on Chicago’s North Shore and in Michigan.

“What I love about architectural interiors is how special and unique each project becomes through the different elements we select, from plumbing fixtures to stone, tile, lighting fixtures, hardware, different woods and textures. 

"All these selections work together to make the rooms come alive with personality,” said Buenrostro. “I’m privileged to be leading such a talented team as we continue to create exciting spaces for our clients.”

Buenrostro was born and raised in Mexico, where she graduated from the Ibero-American University in Mexico City. She is a licensed architect in Mexico and an international AIA member. She studied History of Architecture at UIC, and Art History at the Sorbonne University in Paris.

For a complete copy of the company’s news release, please contact:

Sarah Lyons,, 312-267-4520
Kim Manning,, 312-267-4527

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