Architecture and Interior Design Firm Erstad Embodies Mantra “Different Is Good”;
Makes Key Changes– Including To Their Signature Green Egg
architect, founding partner
interior design director, partner
financial director, partner
Keen-eyed clients and peers may notice that erstad is undergoing some changes! Now referred to as simply “erstad,” our 24-year-old firm has been rebranding, restructuring, and reinventing what it means to be an A&D firm.
Founding Partner, Andy Erstad has recently welcomed three new Partners: Katrina Kulm, AIA, Architect; Adrienne Lane-Martin, NCIDQ, Interior Design Director; and Sherri Potter, Finance Director. Along with new ownership, we are also sporting a fresh new “Green Egg” logo. These updates better reflect the fact that erstad continues to move forward as a multi-service Architecture and Interior Design firm.
Katrina Kulm, AIA has been an Architect for such key community projects as the new Idaho Youth Ranch campus in Caldwell, numerous Idaho schools such as Elevate Academy and Riverstone International School, and The Salvation Army in Boise. Kulm is a 2021-2023 member of Leadership Boise, served on the Construction Task Force for Boise’s Ronald McDonald House, and is a member of the Arid Club. She is a licensed Architect and has been with erstad since 2014.
Adrienne Lane-Martin joined the firm in 2012 and has since grown the Interior Design Department to six full-time designers. Her portfolio of work includes The Salvation Army and the Idaho Food Bank in Boise, Angstman Johnson (now Johnson May) legal offices, and multiple projects at Bishop Kelly High School. She serves on the Education Committee for the Idaho Women’s Charitable Foundation and is on the board of A New Beginning Adoption Agency. She is an NCIDQ Certified Interior Designer.
Sherri Potter joined erstad three years ago as the company’s first Finance Director and brought with her a skilled body of experience in Finance and Business Management from her work with notable corporations as Jacksons Food Stores and Renova Energy. She’s joined the Idaho Women’s Charitable Foundation, serves as the Treasurer of Boise Acupuncture Cooperative and is President of the Boise Ranch Women’s Association.
Andy Erstad himself is, as most of our friends know, a 5th generation Boisean and a major contributor to the Idaho architectural landscape. Under his leadership, the work our firm has completed over the past decades made the singular “green egg” logo a well-known icon in the building community. The Egg lives on, albeit in a new form, in the newly overhauled logo.
Look to spot this new evolution of the erstad brand on project signs throughout the Treasure Valley and the greater Western US region for years to come!