Creating spaces where clients always want to return and find visual comfort is essential.
After graduating from Parsons School of Design, Bonnie joined Bonsignore Brignati & Mazzotta P.C. Architects, the sixth largest U.S. interior design firm. She was selected for projects involving large corporate spaces requiring versatility of skills in the design process. Meeting the needs of a diverse clientele such as Manufacturers Hanover Trust, Arthur Young, and the New York Telephone Co. provided her opportunities to master the contract marketplace, bringing projects in on time and under budget.
Since 1990, Concepts/Design/Space, LLC, Bonnie?s design firm, has provided services to corporate, residential, and restaurant clients in Washington State and Florida as well as in New York. Crucial to Bonnie is the selection of appropriate trades people, vendors, and design professionals resulting in successful and interesting synergies. A feature of her work has been her ability to work for clients who collect art or are interested in custom artwork for their homes. Several clients have been artists and designers themselves. Her ability to group art and collections from all periods is most unique. One never feels they are visiting a gallery no matter how serious the collector may be.
Member of A.S.I.D. and the American Institute of Architects? Learning By Design, NY; assisted in the development of the Design Resource Library for teachers at the Cooper-Hewitt Museum; created programs in architecture and design for children at the Lexington School For The Deaf; and chaired a mentoring program for architects and students at the High School of Art & Design.