DesignPoint hires Kayla Edelman as Associate Interior Designer.
DesignPoint President, Les McCoy, said that by increasing the firm’s visibility in the senior living, hospitality and corporate construction environments, the business would grow and it has.
Kayla Edelman as been hired to support the expanding work at DesignPoint. Kayla has a degree from Cazenovia College, Cazenovia, New York where she majored in Interior Design and minored in studio art. She has experience in both the commercial and residential markets. In addition, Kayla worked in marketing during her high school years which brings a depth of awareness about the design, business and industry.
“We have some of the most talented designers in the industry and we are extremely proud of our accomplishments and what we do for our clients,” McCoy said.
We believe that creative Interior Design is one of the most powerful tools for securing a lasting advantage for our client’s endeavors.
As specialists in senior living, corporate and hospitality environments, DesignPoint works with clients to create integrated interiors that are attractive, comfortable, efficient and economic for all users. Founded by McCoy in 1995, DesignPoint projects in the Lehigh Valley include the Phoebe Home in Allentown, the new Avantor Performance Materials headquarters in Center Valley, Serfass Construction’s headquarters in Ironton and the Victory Fire House in south Bethlehem. Design Point has also worked with clients in Palm Desert, Calif.; Alexandria, Va.; Kalamazoo and Southfield, Michigan; Philadelphia and New Jersey.
Les McCoy, IIDA
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