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Stanley-high-resSTANLEY FELDERMAN
Partner, Felderman Keatinge & Associates

Stanley Felderman is the pioneer of the “total design concept,” and has integrated planning, architecture, interior design and product design successfully on a diversity of award winning projects. Today, he and Nancy Keatinge of Felderman Keatinge, are applying these ideas on a global basis.

Clients include Creative Artists Agency, Paradigm Talent Agency, Legendary Pictures, Core Media, 19 Entertainment – (American Idol), Morris Yorn & Barnes, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP, Pillsbury Winthrop LLP, Samsung Corporation, the Walt Disney Company, Mattel, Viacom, BMG Music Publishing, Universal Music Group, MTV Networks, and Shine America. Felderman and his firm has recently been award Best Office of Year by Contract Magazine, as well as have been honored by American Institute of Architects, IIDA, and RAS for Industrial Design. Felderman Keatinge have recently designed the Collaborate Series of Chairs and Tables for Haworth which is now in distribution. Felderman Keatinge’s designs have been exhibited in the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum in New York and the Newport Harbor Art Museum, and featured in leading publications, including The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Interior Design Magazine, and Architectural Record.

Nancy-high-resNANCY KEATINGE
Partner, Felderman Keatinge & Associates

As a Partner, Nancy Keatinge with Stanley Felderman form the multi-disciplinary architectural design firm, Felderman Keatinge, counting among its clients 19 Entertainment (American Idol, So You Think You Can Dance), Core Media Group, Morris Yorn & Barnes LLP, Pacific Capital Group, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, Pillsbury Winthrop LLP, Samsung Corporation, The Walt Disney Company, MTV Networks, Universal Music Group, Elisabeth Murdoch’s company Shine America, BMG Music Publishing, Toledo Federal Courthouse, and designed restaurants for Curtis Stone, Celestino Drago, Joachim Splichal, Alain Senderens and corporate jets for JLH Corporation and Levy & Assoc.

Felderman Keatinge product design includes china and glassware for Sasaki and Venini, furniture for The Gunlocke Corporation, Vogel Peterson, Herman Miller, Interface, Steelcase, and most recently the introduction of the Collaborate series of tables and chairs for Haworth. Keatinge and her team counsel clients that business is in a continuous state of evolution and change. Using strategic intelligence and innovative design, they guide and support their client partners through the revealing process of evaluation, definition, structuring and positioning. Felderman Keatinge was awarded Best Small Office of the Year 2011 by Contract Magazine. Their work has been exhibited in the Museum of Modern Art and the Whitney Museum in New York, and has been featured in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, People Magazine, Interior Design Magazine, and Architectural Record.

Brian-Wetsch-686x1030BRIAN WETSCH
Project Manager & Senior Designer, Felderman Keatinge & Associates

Brian is actively involved in all aspects of programming, planning, and design phases of projects, including schematic space plans, design concepts, working drawings and construction administration.

Brian’s responsibilities include the implementation and development of feasibility studies, space requirement analysis, code analysis, space planning and interior design concepts of all major projects. He has experience in all aspects of architecture including construction analysis, project administration and coordination as well as government agency review and approval processing.

Brian’s experience while at Felderman Keatinge & Associates includes involvement in projects like Legendary Pictures, Creative Artists Agency, Core Media Group/19 Entertainment, Shine America/Reveille, Revolution Prep, and Holthouse Carlin & Van Trigt, Morris Yorn Barnes Levine.