The Hadley Court Center for Design Collaboration is used in a number of ways, including:
- Moderated events
- Seminars, lectures, webinars
- Design meetings
- Product launches
- Brainstorming sessions
- Marketing/Design presentations
- Work sessions with design, marketing and production teams
- Board meetings
Participants anywhere in the world can log on to share presentations, discuss renderings and sketches, charts and marketing materials. Classes, presentations and webinars can be streamed to offsite participants and recorded for later viewing.
The Bienenstock Furniture Library encourages a tax deductible donation in the following amount for usage of the Hadley Court Center for Design Collaboration:
- 1/2 day usage/tax deductible donation of $300.00
- Full day usage/tax deductible donation of $500.00
If you are a Friend of the Library, donating $1000.00 annually, then you will receive four free uses of our spaces.
The Hadley Court Center For Design Collaboration is made possible through a donation by Leslie Hendrix Wood of Hadley Court.
Leslie Hendrix Wood is the editor-in-chief of the award winning interior design and lifestyle blog, Hadley Court, which takes its name from her family’s ancestral summer home in Arkansas. She is an interior decorator in Midland, Texas with the luxury design firm, Chancellor Interiors. After receiving her Master’s in Business Administration, Leslie originally went to Washington, DC to work in International Trade at the Department of Commerce at the request of them President George Bush. In 1992, she married Lee Wood and decided to stay at home and raise their two children. Two years ago, In 2012 Wood opened her own design office within Midland’s design firm, Chancellor Interiors. Almost concurrently, she founded her blog, Hadley Court, whose brand tenets are Gracious Living. Timeless Design. Family Traditions. Hadley Court has won the prestigious Design Bloggers Conference Hall of Fame award for “Best New Design Blog 2013” and was selected by TripAdvisor’s sister site FLIPKEY, as one of its Top 25 Home Design Blogs to Follow for 2014. She has supported and been active as an elder at First Presbyterian Church and has served or is serving on the board of Midland Memorial Hospital, The Hillander School, The George Bush Childhood Home, High Sky Children’s Ranch, The Midland Symphony Guild, Big Brother/Big Sisters and Leadership Midland.