• Colette Rodon Hornof
  • William Rodon Hornof, AIA

Colette Rodon Hornof

colette_photo Colette Rodon Hornof is one of Chicago’s most sought after kitchen and living space designers. With multiple awards and accolades, Colette has an established reputation as a designer of captivating, high-end kitchen and living spaces, with a no-nonsense approach to project delivery.

Colette launched her design studio Vesta in 2006 with her husband, architect William Rodon Hornof. Through Vesta, she has delivered myriad kitchen and living space transformations, bringing her clients the design innovation and commitment to detail that set her apart.
Colette and Bill first teamed up as business partners in 1996 when she joined his firm, 2RZ Architecture. Her experience in commercial and residential design, including work at de Giulio Kitchen Design, brought the firm even greater stature as an arbiter of style.

Colette is a licensed Interior Designer in the State of Illinois. She is an Industry Partner of both the American Society of Interior Design and the National Kitchen and Bath Association. She also serves on the Executive Board for the Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce and is an active member of the Womens Presidents Organization.

William Rodon Hornof, AIA

william_photo William Rodon Hornof is a prominent Chicago architect with a portfolio of noteworthy buildings, new and reimagined, and spatial transformations that balance the ideals of architecture with the realities of construction.

Bill founded his firm, 2RZ Architecture, in 1992 to merge artistic design and construction into the practice of architecture. His work as a fine artist, his earlier enterprise and hands-on work as a builder, and his experience with two of Chicago’s leading architectural firms inform his practice.
From conception through realization, Bill works with clients and craftsmen to create original environments that embrace the spirit of individualism in alternative design concepts.

With his wife, Colette Rodon Hornof, Bill is also a principal at Vesta, a design center and showroom regarded for equally striking and vibrant kitchen and living spaces. William is an active member of the AIA.
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