Jack Schreur has been appointed CEO of , succeeding CEO Jan Vingerhoets. Schreur joins FLOS from , where he served as vice president of Herman Miller Collection and Geiger (North Carolina).
“FLOS has terrific products and is the design leader in the lighting space,” Schreur says. “With the acquisition of Lukas Lighting we have an opportunity to combine their world-class custom capability with FLOS’ iconic designs and create products that meet a whole new set of customer needs.” Lukas Lighting has outfitted custom lighting sculptures for both Converse's Boston headquarters by and Gensler New York's IIDA-award-winning lobby for Capital One.
Vingerhoets (pictured, right) was appointed CEO of Unifor USA's North American region. Effective September 2016, Vingerhoets will direct , , and . "I've long admired Molteni as a company with a robust design history, and, at the same time, an eye on the future," Vingerhoets says. At Molteni Group, Vingerhoets aims to further strengthen ties between the brands, drawing on the company's 82-year history and his 20 years of experience at Italian design companies such as Alessi, Artemide, and most recently FLOS.
International design firm will open two new offices in Princeton, New Jersey, and Downtown San Diego, expanding its footprint to 21 offices. Catharine Hughes will become the San Diego office’s studio manager of interior architecture and design with principal Tiffany English, CID, LEED AP. Marlyn Zucosky (pictured) will oversee the firm’s Princeton outpost as director of interior architecture and design with principal Michael Bennett, LEED, AP.
Ware Malcomb also recently announced Reinaldo Gomez’s appointment to regional manager of the firm’s Miami office.
has named Cheryl Neumann and Larry LeMaster as interim Co-CEOs, replacing longstanding CEO Olivier Chavy. Neumann and LeMaster previously served as COO and CFO for the firm, respectively.
Retail design firm appointed Fernando Castillo as studio director for its Miami office. Castillo previously worked with Pavlik Design Team, , and ID & Design International for brands such as Macy’s, Royal Caribbean, and Yum Brands.
Museum of Arts and Design
New York-based has appointed Jorge Daniel Veneciano as its next Nanette L. Laitman director, succeeding Glenn Adamson, who left the position in March. Veneciano most recently served as the executive director of .
Lindsey Kosinski has joined ’s Stamford office as project manager. Kosinski brings over 12 years of experience practicing architecture at , , and , working with big-name clients such as Morgan Stanley, Grey Advertising, and Cohn & Wolfe.
Ismael Leyva Architects
promoted Genna Weiner to director of interior design. Previously a senior interior designer at the firm, Weiner worked on high-profile residential projects such as 66 Rockwell Place in Brooklyn. She also specializes in hospitality and mixed-use projects.
Montroy Andersen DeMarco
has hired Allie Roberson (pictured) as job captain. Her current projects include fit-outs for Novantas and Sumitomo’s Manhattan headquarters, a restaurant in Brooklyn’s Dazzler Hotel, and upgrades of 111-115 Broadway for Capital Partners. Prior to joining MADGI, Roberson worked at and .
’s Lawrenceville studio welcomes Philip Toussaint, AIA, as healthcare principal and senior project manager. Toussaint has honed over 30 years of experience working on award-winning projects such as the University Medical Center of Princeton.
HGA Architects and Engineers
Marc L’Italien has joined ’ San Francisco office as an arts, community, and education (ACE) principal. L’Italien previously worked with for over 26 years (serving as design principal for 15), overseeing notable projects such as the Exploratorium.
has appointed Charles Bastien (pictured) as vice president of sales. Bastien sharpened his leadership skills in the hospitality industry for over two decades at Hospitality, , , and .
has welcomed Clarice Cawood as the inaugural director of national accounts, expanding the brand’s first-ever distribution outside the Northeastern United States. Cawood brings 16 years of tile sales experience, notably with and its distributor, .
Geberit North America
has promoted Lewis Wood to territory manager, western-south region, where he will oversee sales activity in Southern California, Arizona, Southern Nevada, and Hawaii.
Mike Fisch has been named vice president of strategic business development at the , reporting to his brother and company president, Bill Fisch. Prior to joining the Mitchell Group, Fisch served as vice president of industrial sales for and sales manager for .
Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation
Gerun Riley is the new president of the , most recently serving as senior vice president after joining in 2003. Riley contributed to key initiatives such as the architectural competition and construction of the Broad museum, one of the foundation’s key investment areas.
School of Architecture at the University of Texas
Anna Brand and Andrea Roberts have been named emerging scholar fellows at the , where they will spearhead a new program on race, gender, and the American built environment.