Pulp Studio has announced that Aileen Odabashian, Heather Davis and Rick Phillips are joining the company as Account Managers to provide project support for growing territories on the East Coast. Aileen Odabashian and Heather Davis will cover Northern New Jersey and New York, while Rick Phillips will cover Washington D.C./Virginia and Maryland.
“Pulp Studio is dedicated to providing quality representation and support to architects, designers and glaziers in the range of applications where Pulp Studio’s fine architectural decorative glass products are a fit,” states Bernard Lax, CEO and co-founder of Pulp Studio. “Each one of our new team members has a long history and knowledge of the design industry and we are excited to kick off the year with such excellent energy and enthusiasm.”
Odabashian and Davis each have over a decade of design specification and consulting experience in architectural materials. Rick Phillips has deep experience in developing territories for glass and wood products.
2019-20 has seen Pulp Studio expand their product offerings as well as their staff with the introduction of DermaGlass™, a highly durable, light-weight glass strong enough for exteriors and facades, as well as interiors.