Join the West Hollywood Design District’s DIEM at this year’s WestEdge Design Fair. As part of the Jenn-Air Master Class Studio- Panels and Design Conversations, Frances Anderton will moderate a talk titled, Buy to Forget: Zombie Urbanism.
Host and producer of KCRW’s DnA: Design and Architecture and DIEM co-curator, Frances Anderton will lead the discussion on Friday, October 23 from 4:00-5:00pm with panelists Trip Haenisch, Jaime Rummerfield and Ron Woodson.
BUY TO FORGET: ZOMBIE URBANISM
Trip Haenish, Designer
Possessing an extraordinary eye for detail and unwavering commitment to style, Trip Haenisch is an award-winning interior designer. Renowned for combining refined creativity with the unexpected, Trip’s signature design aesthetic consists of sophisticated, collected spaces with a laid-back twist that embodies quintessential California living.
Ron Woodson, Designer
Growing up with parents in the music industry in LA, Ron Woodson, was exposed to the homes of many tastemakers. “One’s home is a refuge from the ordinary. It should be the perfect expression of the lives, aspirations and consciousness of the homeowner. My job is to understand these aspirations and release them into a very special space for the residents.” Says Ron. Ron is ever-exploring new materials, furniture forms, colors and fixtures always with a nod to the past.
Jaime Rummerfield, Designer
Jaime Rummerfield has a signature California sensibility that is comprised of classic design training mixed with a fashion forward design approach. Jaime is touted as one of the nation’s top young Interior Designers by Traditional Home, Town & Country and House Beautiful magazines. Her creative eye is second to none in focusing on the science behind color, texture, balance, proportion and scale that is applied to creating memorable and pleasing spaces.