September 18, 2018

IAP International Glass Partitions Lunch + Learn for HSW Credit


We would like to proudly announce, on October 3rd and October 24th we will be hosting a presentation for IAP International Glass Partitions. This presentation is open to architects and designers, and will discuss IAP’s extensive line of LEED/ADA-certified glass partition wall systems and its commercial design possibilities. RSVP for this event on Eventbrite. For more information about the event, please contact Leopold Monaco at leopold@officefurnitureheaven.com.

IAP is a young and dynamic company based in New York City that designs, supplies and installs cutting-edge demountable glass partition wall systems with an emphasis on both aesthetics and innovative solutions, offering upscale and excellent, prime quality products. IAP was present in the American market for over 15 years with the previous name, Faram.

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April 29, 2013

Co-Sponsoring Inaugural TEDx Times Square

Networking at TEDx Times Square

On Wednesday, April 10 I had the great pleasure of co-sponsoring the first ever TEDx Times Square  at the Times Center, hosted and produced by my friend, business growth consultant Randy Joy Epstein , of Randy Joy & Co.  The theme “Openness: Exploring the Limits and Possibilities of Open Culture,” appealed to me because it is very much in line with our philosophy at 3D Office Furniture + Design.  I’m a fan of openness in design, not only in terms of physical space, but also with regard to how new, innovative design can enable us to be more open about new ideas.  At 3D Office Furniture + Design, we are always open to new possibilities, and looking for new ways to help our clients with regard to technology, products, and customer service.

TEDx Times Square featured a diverse roster of 13 speakers, from a variety of disciplines, each with their own insight into how openness, both philosophically and as a practice, have helped them expand the horizons of their careers and lives.  Despite my usual attitude about being open, I have to admit that I was a bit skeptical about what a psychotherapist, advertising executive, architect, musician, and magician might have in common.  But something Karol Ward, one of the presenters, said early on really resonated with me.  Her message was that a key element to remaining open is trusting your gut, and by not doing this you can become both physically and psychologically stuck.  As 3D Office Furniture + Design rounds out its second full year this summer, it is this exact sentiment – trusting my gut – that has helped me expand and grow my business.