October 27, 2020 @ 1:00pm EST
“ Design That Fools The Senses: Replicating Wood Slats and Louvers with Aluminum and Non-PVC Film”
Whether in wooden form perched above centuries-old Moroccan marketplaces or as extruded aluminum with a non-PVC film delicately delineating spaces, volume, and depth in Japanese architecture, louvers and slats provide architects and designers with myriad design solutions and contribute to sustainability goals. This course will review the use of louvers and slats in both historic and modern times while analyzing case studies and exploring design options, applications.
Lena Lim, at the most fundamental level of her soul, is a connector, with over 20+ years in the industry and an extensive network of people and love to connect the dots! She is a sales professional working with design executives and architects in the Retail, Hospitality, Contract and Healthcare industries. She is energized by the long-term relationships she creates, helping clients build their brands, launching successful programs, and elevating the consumer and employee experience in spaces and places via strategic design, tailored solutions and heart-felt client service. Lena is no stranger to partnership and has worked with a variety of hospitality brands and design firms over the years. Currently she serves on the Board of Directors for Retail Design Institute’s NY Chapter (RDI), the PAVE Board and, in the recent past, has served on the NEWH NY Chapter.
B&N Industries is an innovative designer and manufacturer of products and services for the retail, hospitality, healthcare and contract industries. At our core, we are design driven and we apply that creative thought process to both product development and internal operations. Even though we have been in business for 30 years, we like to think of ourselves as a startup. The excitement, innovation, and passion from all of our team members allow us to stay current and relevant. We are never satisfied. We travel the world studying design, being inspired by cultures, our surroundings, and actively apply our experiences to the development of new ideas.