My name is Meredith Fraga and I am an Intermediate Interior Designer with IA Interior Architects in their Los Angeles office.
About Karla JonesKarla Jones, Library Director, has been associated with the Bernice Bienenstock Furniture for more than 20 years. She met Mr. Bienenstock as an intern in 1987 while selling books during the High Point Furniture market. She is a graduate of Randolph Community College with a degree in Interior Design. She is the Secretary for the Carolina’s Chapter of IFDA (International Furnishings and Design Association) and a member of WithIt (Women in the Home Furnishing’s Industry.)
COMMUNITY ~ Now more than ever our communities are playing an important role in the way we are living, working and adjusting to change. Never before have we been faced with the challenges of the past few months. Work environments have moved forward in creative ways, new policies have been implemented and an attitude of accepting change has been our driving force.
Jean-Jacques L'Henaff, vice-president of design for American Standard Brands, presents the future of 3D printing and its implications for the interior design industry. This talk focuses on 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, and it's impact on the design and construction industry.
It is always exciting when a college group comes to the Bernice Bienenstock Furniture Library. Recently, I welcomed students from Forsyth Technical Community College. Todd Shoaf, licensed architect and Architectural Studies Coordinator at Forsyth Technical Community College and his students explored the wonderful resources at the Library.
Libby Langdon, a successful furniture and interior designer, HGTV design show host, author and judge for the Bienenstock Design Competition was honored at IFDA’s 2012 Night of Luminaries.
By day, Paul Sanow is a Theatre Consultant and by night a period furniture maker whose passion for detail shines through in his exquisite work. In June 2012, Paul visited The Bernice Bienenstock Furniture Library to research Federal Card Tables.
High Point University students from Dr. Dull’s class spent the afternoon researching Knoll, Herman Miller and Dorothy Draper. The students are part of the Interior Home Furnishings Club.