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LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Mar. 26, 2019 – Tangram, a curator of highly creative commercial interior environments and workspaces, has announced that its Tangram Studio custom furniture unit is evolving to become an independent entity and will operate under the name Studio Other. Charlotte Wiederholt will continue to lead Studio Other as president and creative director.
“This step is very exciting for all of us at what will now become Studio Other,” noted Wiederholt. “We have been honored to create solutions for some of the most prestigious brands in the world and look forward to continued growth and opportunities.”
Since its inception in 1996, Studio has built a reputation as a premier creator of innovative custom furnishings for a wide range of commercial interiors from corporate workplaces to educational institutions and healthcare facilities. Moreover, that growth has taken place on a nationwide basis. Clients of Studio have included Boston Consulting Group, Saatchi & Saatchi, Juno Therapeutics, Imagine Entertainment, Loyola Marymount University, Toms Shoes, Pinkberry and Ticketmaster.
The evolution to Studio Other represents the maturation of what began as a start-up entity that was incubated and developed within the Tangram culture as an extension of the resources available from Tangram Interiors. Its new status will enable Studio Other to operate independently under its own brand identity as it pursues ongoing expansion across the U.S.
“At Tangram, we are always excited to support and promote the entrepreneurial vision that continually emerges from our teams,” said Tangram President and CEO Joe Lozowski. “We are very proud that the time has come to further empower Studio Other, Charlotte and her group as a preeminent creative resource in our industry and a preferred partner to the top architects and facilities directors in the country.”
Studio Other will continue to work closely with each client to reflect and reinforce a distinctive culture through innovative workspace solutions and a process of collaborative input and planning, conceptualization, prototyping, engineering, fabrication and installation. It will also maintain its role as an integral member of project teams alongside architects, contractors and others to achieve seamless integration of all requirements.