Tracy Dupont NCIDQ, IIDA, LEED AP

Tracy combines her refined aesthetic with practicality, designing nuanced environments that foster new ideas and relationships. For her, the true measure of success is the extent to which an interior space allows its users to thrive.

An accomplished interior designer with more than 20 years of experience, Tracy has created spaces for a wide variety of users. Whether designing a college dining hall or corporate headquarters, her goal is to create environments that function well for people. She maintains an active membership with the International Interior Design Association, was a lecturer at Boston Architectural College and has led seminars and presentations at the Association of College Unions International and the National Association of College Auxiliary Services. In Tracy’s little free time, she works in her garden tending flowers and herbs, mixing together beauty and utility.

  • I’m from  South Hadley, MA.

  • My education  BFA, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

  • Why PCA?  The people, the support and the trust

  • My earliest design memory  On a family trip to DC I was blown away by the East Wing of the National Gallery of Art. From the sharp edges on the exterior to the softness of the stone atrium, it really made an impression.

  • My favorite aspect of working with clients is  helping them understand and think about space in a different way.

  • Building or place I wish I designed  Sketch in London — the designer's imagination is off the charts.

  • I love Cambridge because  you just never know what you're going to get in Cambridge. No two days are the same looking out our studio windows onto Inman Square.

  • On Saturday mornings, you can usually find me  at the dog park with my Australian Shepherd, Pesto.

  • The nerdiest thing I do in my spare time is  watch a lot of science fiction shows with my family.

  • Favorite place in Inman Square  I love the Druid; their roasted chicken salad sandwich is amazing.

  • Ballpoint or felt tip?  Felt tip; my handwriting is horrible when I use ballpoint.

  • Quote that guides me right now  "That which does not kill us makes us stronger." ~ Nietzsche