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Hanley Wood : Press : News : GENESIS 3 TO OFFER DESIGN SCHOOLS AT THE 2011 INTERNATIONAL POOL | SPA | PATIO EXPO
This class is taught by Larry Drasin, Sr. Project Manager of Drasin Design.
In addition, Drasin is the Project Manager for the new Shade Hotel Redondo Beach due to open 2012, as well as an instructor at the UCLA Environmental & Interior Design Dept.
Hanley Wood : Press : News : 2009 International Pool | Spa | Patio Expo To Feature Four Genesis 3 Design Schools
President of Drasin Design, Larry Drasin is also an instructor in the Environmental & Interior Design department at UCLA, where he recognized as Teacher of the Year.
Instructor: Lawrence Drasin, ...
Instructor: Lawrence Drasin, an industrial designer who focuses on special-effect interiors and a long-time instructor recognized as Teacher of the Year at UCLA in 2002.
As the sun set on the ...
As the sun set on the Pacific Ocean, November 22nd, designer and UCLA Extension instructor, Larry Drasin, treated our student chapter to a remarkable tour of the Shade Hotel and Strand House, two buildings in Manhattan Beach that he designed.
Designer Larry Drasin and his associate Michael Gentile provided our student chapter with a truly inspiring and intimate afternoon.
In addition to incredible design, Larry
also shared his
business acumen with us.
described the design and building process with both the property owners and city government, and shared his
insight and knowledge on successful space planning.
Noting that "designers have a big responsibility in how we shape the future", Larry
left us inspired and better prepared to emerge into the design world.
See more photos here.
Circa Manhattan Beach
The space, designed by Larry Drasin of Drasin Design, Inc. is vintage industrial with warm, casual interiors offering a number of classic accents, and features a prominent lounge area with Chesterfield leather sofas, exposed brick walls and moveable doors that, when opened, fill the space with breezy ocean air.