Neo Senior Interior Designer Haley Kaspari has always been a creative, out-of-the-box thinker and found her calling in interior design while attending NDSU. When designing, she is inspired by the natural world, enticing texture and color and elements of the unexpected.
Along with Principal Designer Michael Betlock, Haley specializes in commercial interior design including retail, office space, hospitality, sporting facilities, financial institutions and multi-family/ mixed-use. The Neo team also provides a “one-stop-shop” solution for all types of projects as they have close partnerships with various local architects, engineers and construction management firms.
Neo is a small, local studio that allows Haley and her team to assign a high level of priority to each project that comes through their door. It enables them to be agile when navigating project timelines and problem-solving obstacles.
“I want to be a part of shaping the fabric of this community through my designs”
Inspiration, Colors & Trends
The team’s motto at Neo is “design without limits.” To them, this means encouraging clients to push design boundaries and helping them consider the unexpected! Rather than using ultra-trendy finishes and colors, they design in a way that personalizes a project for each client’s vision in unexpected ways.
“My mother has always been somebody that fostered creative expression and activities growing up,” said Haley. “Today, the opportunity to spend time in nature always sparks new ideas and perspectives for me. I love fusing these with design concepts to try to create something unique.”
Hely believes collaboration is the best way to keep pushing your own boundaries and challenging the things you believe. She loves a fresh perspective from all types of people keep her feeling like she’s growing as a person as well as a designer.
“I want to be a part of shaping the fabric of this community through my designs and the way they make people feel when they experience them,” said Haley. “Whether it’s an office space, a high-traffic public area, or a place people live, I want to positively impact the way they interact with their environment and leave feeling better than when they arrived.”