Emily Chambers, NCIDQ

“My time and experience here at Reed proved invaluable on my Certification journey, and I was fortunate enough to have the support of a great team.”

Interior Designer

Emily has worked at Reed Architecture since May 2017. She received her National Council for Interior Design Qualification Certification in fall 2020. Emily has enjoyed working on a variety of projects during her time with Reed. She is a member of the IIDA and lives in Tulsa with her husband and three children, who all enjoy camping and videogaming as a family.

Past projects


      Putnam City Schools

             Putnam City High School original gymnasium, Warr Acres, OK

             Putnam City West baseball stadium, Bethany, OK

             Putnam City West football stadium, Bethany, OK

      Tulsa Tech, Tulsa

             Multiple offsite classrooms

      Tulsa, OK, Public Schools

            Central High School interior renovations     

            McLain High School of Science and Technology arena

            Will Rogers College High and Junior High stadium

      Victory Bible College, Tulsa, OK

            Administrative office

            Youth building

      Victory Church, Tulsa, OK

            Administrative office

            Youth building

Under construction

      Evergreen Baptist Church, Broken Arrow, OK

            Worship space

      Putnam City Schools

            Putnam City West High School arena, Bethany, OK

      Tulsa, OK, Public Schools

            Central High School stadium

            East Central High School arena

Projects with Master's Plan Church Design & Construction, Tulsa, OK

      First Baptist Church, Glen Rose, TX

      Grace Community Church, Bartlesville, OK

      Memorial Church of Christ, Tulsa, OK     

      Providence Church, Albany, GA

      Transformation Church, Tulsa, OK

      Trinity Baptist Church, Kerrville, TX


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Getting to know Emily:

“My husband and I have remodeled two houses now. I just have a passion for it. I have always enjoyed hand drafting. My dad was a carpenter and he taught me to sketch door swings and details like that.”