PR Notes-Don’t Allow Industry Trends to Go Unnoticed

Here’s a great example of a client deeply engaged in the planning and design for the newest trend in multi-family living environments and didnt think it was newsworthy.

Kim Sparks is one the best interior designers in the region.  With more than 20 years of experience, her work is featured in some of the finest residential and commercial environments, spanning modern state-of-the-art facilities.

She collaborated with architects and property managers on a recent project to design a unique living and social environment called Harrington Square to encourage residents to gather in the community rooms, exterior patios and fitness center.  To create an inviting living environment where the residents, their family and friends can gather to socialize throughout the property.

You can read the full blog entry at link below.

http://www.kimsparksinteriordesign.com/archives/468

This is not your Grandma’s retirement home:)  The irony is that Kim is so close to her work it was difficult for her to “see the forest through the trees”…incredible energy, planning and resources are being devoted to the modern multi-family living environment, down to utilizing color, design and function to encourage social engagement.  The lesson for me is to take the time to ask smart questions and listen for the target information…like me, you may be pleasantly surprised at what you discover!

 

About Jeff Denenholz

Jeff has successfully created and executed high-level marketing and public relations campaigns throughout his career in diverse markets, representing brand name companies such as Microsoft, Boeing, United Way and Pyramid Breweries.