Jacklyn Bacon, NCIDQ

Interior Designer
Key Projects:
  • Williams College Stetson Sawyer Library, Williamstown, MA
  • Pennsylvania State University Henderson Building, State College, PA
  • Ridge House Private Residence, Canada
  • Condominium Residence Private Residence, Philadelphia, PA
  • Sacramento House Private Residence, Sacramento, CA

Jacklyn Bacon, NCIDQ

Interior Designer

Jackie received her Bachelor’s of Interior Architecture from Kansas State University. Her love for architecture started young as she watched her parents design and build a home situated among the waving wheat fields. For her, watching the architect discuss and draw the design was captivating.

Upon graduation, Jackie joined Bohlin Cywinski Jackson Architects in Pennsylvania and became a strong programming and interior architecture resource for the firm. Her depth of experience includes projects at Williams College in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania State University, and several high-end residential projects across the United States and Canada.

Jackie is passionate about seeing interiors that are integral to architecture to emotionally curate an experience for the user. Attention to programming, interior design, materials, furniture selection, lighting and art installation are areas of intense practice.

Jackie has taught design studios as an adjunct professor at Kansas State University and, more recently, at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

She is wife to an opinionated architect and mother of three remarkable children. Time well spent includes time with family, friends, a good book, traveling, sewing or savoring sunsets.

What inspires you?
Travel. It allows me to see the world anew!

How do you engage your community?
I’m fortunate to be a mentor through City Impact, have children attend LPS, and be involved with our faith community at Lincoln Berean Church.

Who is your favorite architect?
I’ve always admired the work of Luis Barragan. His use of bold color and light is masterful.

What are you optimistic about?
People given the right encouragement and opportunity can achieve amazing things.

What problem would you like to solve with design?
I would love to make design accessible for everyone. It is extremely beneficial and has a significant impact on daily living.