On The Move
Here's this week's roundup of who’s doing what, where in the design community.
Staff -- Interior Design, 6/10/2005 12:00:00 AM
Yves Béhar has been appointed chair of the Industrial Design Program at California College of the Arts, effective September 1. Béhar is founder and principal of the San Francisco-based design studio, Fuseproject. He succeeds Steven Skov Holt, who served as chair from 1995 to 2004 and will remain chair emeritus.
Aret Lerian joins the Haworth sales team as business development manager. Lerian, a certified architect, will expand new business in the New York market, working with the firm's dealers and specialists in architecture and design, architectural interiors, and Global Account sales.
Von Spaeth is on board Cannon Design as a senior associate. Spaeth has partnered with Cannon Design for several high-profile projects, including the award-winning Drayson Center at Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, California. Previously, he was a project director for Rowley International.
Gary Zhuravsky and Kleber Jara are two recent additions to New York-based firm Steven Kratchman Architect. Zhuravsky will be a project architect and Jara will be a member of the firm’s technical staff.
Anne Scarlett is now a principal at ZweigWhite, and director of the firm's marketing consulting group. Formally, Scarlett was president of Scarlett Consulting.
Karen Loveland-Pascucci starts at multi-disciplinary architecture and design firm Cubellis Associates as senior interior designer and project manager. Loveland-Pascucci has extensive experience in tenant planning and development, including over 15 years with Philadelphia.
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