Hospitality Design’s ‘What I’ve Learned’ Podcast, Episode 4: Margaret McMahon

Margaret McMahon has had a storied career. After a summer of windsurfing, McMahon’s mother encouraged her to find work at a temp agency. As luck, or fate, would have it, that led her to Trisha Wilson of Wilson Associates, who “saw something in me that I didn’t see in myself,” says McMahon. After three decades with Wilson, she left to helm Wimberly Interiors, the design arm of architecture firm WATG in New York, which now boasts multiple offices and a vast portfolio of high-end hospitality and residential projects that can be credited to McMahon’s passion, savvy, and fearlessness.

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