Francesca Albertazzi

Francesca has worked in the design industry for over 15 years; from theatre set and costume design, to exhibit design for museum and cultural centres and interior design as the Head Designer on Love it or List It Vancouver for 4 seasons.

She finds inspiration in her travels abroad to Italy and the UK and loves introducing traditional European elements in her design work.

She considers every design an opportunity to tell a story - your home should tell your story.

Francesca holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Design and Theatre Technology from the University of British Columbia.


emma kelly
Project Management

emma has worked in the film and television industry since 2011 and most recently spent five years working in the fast paced world of home renovations on reality TV.

She finds inspiration in the beauty of the world - both people and places. She loves to work with homeowners and be part of the process that brings beauty and order into their homes.

She considers communication to be the key element to every successful project. Let's talk!

emma holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology from the University of British Columbia.

Rudy Winston Design has a client-centric philosophy. We specialize in working with clients to produce thoughtful, well-managed and personal renovations that exceed expectations. Through many conversations with clients, we focus on the development of concept and direction of design. By front-loading client interaction, we can execute a design from construction start through to the final pillow on the sofa with minimal client involvement, shielding the client from the inherent stresses of a renovation.  From our experience of having to create finished spaces for the world of television, we have realized how crucial the final touches of art, décor and accessories are to a space and to the ultimate satisfaction of a client. We've incorporated this knowledge into our business, offering full service renovations where clients come home to a finished space down to the very last detail. It’s all in the details.