Falcon is pleased to work with talented architects, designers and project managers across the United States. These design professionals tackle a wide range of projects — from college classrooms to retirement homes. Each of them has a different approach to design, but they all seek to create spaces that foster a sense of community. Falcon is proud to offer a complete line of chairs, tables and booths that’s flexible enough to meet the varied needs of our customers.
Leslie Reinking is an interior designer for designTECH, a small firm based in Sacramento, California. After graduating from Sacramento State University in 2003, Leslie joined designTECH, where she had worked previously as an intern. The firm works on a wide range of projects that include senior living facilities, hotels and restaurants. Its team of designers seeks to put the aesthetic elements first, letting the design guide choices about furniture.
Leslie has used Falcon tables in a number of projects throughout the course of her career. She has been especially drawn to Falcon’s flexibility, which allows her to adapt to the needs of her diverse set of clients. Leslie and her customers can take advantage of Falcon’s extensive product line and can call for custom pieces to meet specific design, spatial and functional needs.
Jan Edson is an interior designer who owns and operates Edson Design in Playa del Rey, California. She has nearly 23 years of experience in the design field, with more than 15 of those years at her own firm. Throughout that time, Jan has specialized in higher education spaces. She has worked on projects at USC, UCLA, Loyola Marymount University, Rio Hondo College, the J.Paul Getty Trust, Brentwood School, and other large institutions, mainly located in Southern California.
Jan has used Falcon’s MATS training tables for a wide spectrum of projects at Rio Hondo Community College, which is located just outside of Los Angeles.
Ritu Sohal is a project manager at Jarmel Kizel Architects and Engineers in Livingston, New Jersey. She holds a bachelor’s degree in architecture and a master’s degree in management from the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Ritu used Falcon tables while designing a New Jersey training center for a multinational corporation. The tables were installed in a 120-seat auditorium as well as in fourbreak-out meeting rooms, which hold 30 people each.
Lannetta Vander Knotts owns Maraye Design Studio in Columbus, Ohio. She holds a bachelor’s degree in interior design from Miami University and has more than a decade of design experience, specializing in facility planning, design, and management. Maraye Design Studio focuses on inspired interior design and hascompleted projects at The Ohio State University. “We let the project speak to us so that the true needs of the space and the prospective occupants dictate the direction of the design,” she said about her firm. “What the project needs is what the project gets.”
Lannetta has used Falcon products in more than half of her projects, and in a wide range of applications, from restaurant and food service areas to classrooms and offices.
Keri Moore is an interior designer at Studio Six5, an Austin, Texas, company that focuses exclusively on design elements for senior living communities. The firm works on large projects across the United States, providing design leadership for facilities that provide all levels of care for seniors, from retirement to end-of-life care. Keri received a bachelor’s degree in interior design from Texas State University and worked at Studio Six5 as an intern during her senior year of college.
Since Keri joined the company full-time in 2007, she’s used Falcon products in almost every project in which she’s participated. The communities Studio Six5 designs have a hospitality and residential feel. “You really don’t know you’re in a retirement community until you see older people walking around,” said Keri.