Ghislaine Viñas ’91 will present the annual alumni lecture in the College of Architecture and the Built Environment’s Spring 2018 Lecture Series on Monday, Feb. 5.
The owner of Ghislaine Viñas Interior Design is driven by her passion for design, love of color and unique attitude toward problem-solving. From her studio in New York City, her creative team thrives on collaboration and experimentation when conceiving design solutions for clients, whether it’s residential, hospitality or commercial projects.
Through the years, Viñas’ studio has been commissioned to design an extensive collection of custom pieces for clients and has several product lines ranging from wallpapers at Flavor Paper to furniture for Loll Designs. Currently, Ghislaine Viñas Interior Design is designing the 2018 textiles collection for HBF Textiles, as well as a rug collection with Aronson’s Floor Coverings that will debut at ICFF.
Her award-winning work has been featured extensively in both national and international publications.
The lecture will take place in the Jack and Betty Merriam Auditorium in the Tuttleman Center on the East Falls Campus of Jefferson (Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University) at 6 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 5. It’s free and open to the University community and the public.
See here for the full schedule of the College of Architecture and the Built Environment’s Spring 2018 Lecture Series.