Jacob Slevin is both a designer and an entrepreneur. He was trained as an architect at Cornell University, where he additionally concentrated in real estate finance. Jacob worked at Frederic Schwartz Architects, where he helped develop the winning entry for the New Jersey 911 Memorial competition. He later studied investment management at the Royal Bank of Canada, working in its private wealth management division. Most recently, Jacob was working at FxFOWlE Architects, before founding Designer Pages Online. Jacob sits on the Board of Directors of the Israel Tennis Centers, a non-profit sports organization for children in Israel, and is additionally the Curator of Huffington Post arts' Design Thursdays.
Great Danes, Fri, Jun 11 '10
It’s design show season here in the states. ICFF in late May in NYC. NeoCon WTF in Chicago next week. And some lucky people were likewise at the HD Expo in Las Vegas last week.
If you made it to Design Miami last week, you undoubtedly came across the 'Beyond Organic: Design in the State of Nature' exhibit housed in the 6,000 square foot space inside The Collins Building where the show's press conference and Design Talks took place. Jacob Slevin was fortunate enough to ...
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