To bridge the gap between architecture and construction, a designer must have not only a practical sense of space but also a keen eye for aesthetics. Tess Jordan is the rare designer who has both. The daughter of a home inspector (and always around construction as a child), she studied architecture in Florence, Italy, and later graduated from the University of Arkansas School of Architecture with a focus on history and design.
Tess joined the Gaspar’s team in 2014 after meeting the Gaspars while on vacation in Seattle. From color consulting to wedding planning, 7000-sq. ft. new construction to tiny powder baths, she has worked with clients in all aspects of design. Tess is also a contemporary abstract painter, having had multiple solo shows in Colorado and Arkansas.