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IFDA NY- How to ENHANCE ART Through Framing
Wednesday December 9, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm EST
Charles Pavarini III’s
design style has evolved into a highly poetic blend of traditional and contemporary design elements, always dramatically executed given Charles’ keen sense of color, style, and use of lighting as a ‘design tool’. Through the years, Pavarini has accumulated 33 industry awards. The standout is The Lucas Place Lofts, Kansas City MO, for which he won 4 awards including the coveted LUMEN Award for the Falling Sticks fixture. Charles was recognized by IFDA with a Circle of Excellence Award for Interior Design, an extraordinary highlight in his great career. In 2021 he will chair IFDA NY’s Circle of Excellence Gala.
Charles began broadening his brand with various product lines, first with his own company, The Original Lawn Furniture Co. From there, he secured a license with SWAIM Furniture, with a luxury residential furniture line including upholstery and case goods.
For SAMAD he produces rug lines for Residential and Hospitality and KUZCO/ALORA is currently partnered to create Charles’ decorative lighting lines, launching in 2021.
Charles is an IFDA NY Member and was honored with the IFDA Circle of Excellence Award in 2012.
Growing up in a home where design and the comforts of living were a central and daily part of life –
it was easy for Daniel Beauchemin to understand where his future lay – somewhere in the design world. He was graced with a multicultural environment from his parent’s circle of friends who spanned the globe.
His studies included architecture with a focus on furniture design and art history. Daniel was introduced to the framing industry in NYC in 1993 through a friend and eventually purchased Chelsea Frames. It was to become the focus of his work and life. By 2009 Chelsea Frames had become one of the most renown framing studios in the USA with customers that spanned the globe. Then an opportunity in design for the framing industry lured him to Europe for Larson Juhl, a Berkshire Hathaway Holding. After 6 ½ years in the corporate world he returned to the framing studio where he can again work daily with clients, collectors and designers.
Chelsea Frames began serving Manhattan’s Chelsea community in 1983 and has enjoyed being a part of its growing art movement ever since.
Jon Randall Tarasuk, also known as J. Randall, currently holds the Vice-President Position at Pavarini Design, Inc. Having mounted over 25 major exhibitions including the prestigious Kips Bay Decorator Showhouse 6 times and both Residential and commercial projects nationally, his educational background and decades of experience make him a highly consummate professional on many levels. On a daily basis, Randall manages construction projects, coordinates project development, and interacts with all project tradesmen. He has also been a key partner in brand expansion thru development of new products lines of rugs, textiles, upholstered furniture, and case goods. Randall writes, reviews, and revises all company correspondence letters, website and social media postings and also plays an avid role in design development.
Randal is also an IFDA NY Member.
Framed images courtesy of Chelsea Frames website.