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Judith Politi Interior Design


Judith Politi has been a member of the Interior Design community for over 28 years. After years of experience working on residential and commercial projects, Judith Politi Interior Design was formed in 2003. Her clientele base is centralized in Ohio and spans across the United States. The emphasis of the firm is to humanize structures and make sure people are comfortable in their environments. Ms. Politi’s design experience extends through diverse fields including commercial, residential, medical, K-12, higher education, multi-family communities and medical marijuana facilities, cultivation, processing and dispensaries.

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Carrie Walti is an experienced designer who attended The Ohio State University and Columbus State Community College. She graduated from Columbus State Community College with an associate degree in Applied Science of Architecture in 2014. With 6 years in the industry, Carrie is delighted to start a new role with JPID.


In this role, Carrie will be assisting all aspects of a project from AutoCAD drawings, to selections, all the way to 3D renderings. Design is a passion of hers  and brings joy to her as she sees a client's dream become a reality.   When not at work she enjoys spending time with family and traveling to new places.


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Higher Education


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My name is Andrew, and I graduated from CCAD in 2020 with a Bachelors’ in Industrial Design, and a Minor in Design Research.

I take a human-centered approach to design and research. I generate and communicate design vision that embraces and extends options and solutions.

I have an insatiable desire to learn about anything and everything. I get excited when I am asked to move into areas of design that are new to me, and I enjoy the challenge of learning how to create user-friendly products that are better than competitors’.

I am creative by nature, and I am good at finding innovative ways to solve problems. When beginning a design project, I ask myself two questions: “How will the customer use this?”  How can I make it better than what’s now available?”



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