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IIDA Features Mixed Up Mosaics by Allison Eden Studios
The International Interior Design Association New York Chapter will feature Mixed Up Mosaics by Allison Eden Studios during Color Invasion 2014 at the Tunnel on October 16th at 7PM.
The IIDA maintains 24 chapters in 50 countries and their membership exceeds 13,000 designers.
On October 16th the New York Chapter of the IIDA will host the 2014 Color Invasion at the Tunnel in New York City beginning at 7PM. The Color Invasion event will feature glass mosaic tile artwork provided by Allison Eden Studios.
About Allison Eden
Allison Goldenstein, the creative force behind Allison Eden Studios and Mixed-Up Mosaics, designs custom stained glass mosaics for commercial and residential spaces worldwide. Her custom designs have been featured in Architectural Digest, Interior Design Magazine, Architectural Record, Metropolitan Home, New York Cottages and Gardens, and Elle Decor to name a few.
Allison has her finger on the pulse of an ever-changing market and her custom glass mosaic designs are heavily sought after by leading interior designers and architects.
Her artistic hand-cut and hand-crafted wall coverings and original art pieces are classic and timeless. These works of art can be found in various venues around the world including The Venetian in Macau, Canyon Ranch locations, The Wynn Hotel, The Cosmopolitan, Mohegan Sun, Kimpton Hotels, Sidra Medical Center-Qatar, Henri Bendel, Piaget, Kiehls, L’Oreal, Bergdorf Goodman, The Westin, Atlantis in the Bahamas, The Plaza Hotel, The Ritz Carlton Hotels, The Mandarin Oriental, Marriott Intl, Hyatt Intl, Baku Tower and many more hotels, casinos and homes worldwide.
Allison graduated from Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City in 1995 with a BFA and immediately began designing a womens line for Nautica while persuing her artistic hobby of creating glass mosaics. Allison’s creativity has spanned to many different mediums and her passion for glass mosaics have turned into a booming business.
You can learn more about mixed up mosaics by Allison Eden Studios by visiting our website http://allisoneden.com