SGA Interior Design Director Gable Clarke on How Generational Preferences Translate Into Working Space


BOSTON— If you have ever wondered what generations make up today’s workforce and how generational preferences might translate into working space, you are at the right place.

Gable Clarke, director of Boston and New York based SGA’s interior design department, is a thought leader on the design of generational space. In an exclusive video interview on Face-to-Face of the Boston Real Estate Times, Ms. Clarke provides solution-oriented, thoughtful guidance and direction on multi-generational space.

To watch the full interview, please click here or on the image below.

In addition to heading SGA’s interior design department, Mr. Clarke is also a Certified Generations Trainer.

With over two decades of industry experience, Ms. Clarke joined SGA in 2004. She has overseen commissions for a variety of clients in Boston and New York, including Oracle, TJX, Communispace, RueLaLa, Shire, Cumberland Farms, Infinidat, CarGurus, Autodesk, and LogMeIn.

Ms. Clarke taught at the Boston Architectural College for 10 years, and is actively involved in the New England Chapter of IIDA, having received their Leadership Award of Excellence in 2016. Gable grew up in Georgia and Florida and lives in Hingham, MA. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Milligan College and a Master of Science in Interior Design from Florida State University.