"The Keystone tables played an important part in the overall design because I was able to specify them for their style, and we know they will hold up under constant use."
— Kayla Edelman
“The purpose of the design was to provide an enhanced living program for part of the current assisted-living facility.
To accomplish the program design, three resident rooms had to be eliminated and the space opened up into a comfortable dining space with a small, café-style pantry and a home-like living room for a portion of the resident population that only needs minimal assistance with their daily living.
Besides a comfortable and stylish dining venue for the residents, they also gained a beautiful space to interact and enjoy activities vital to healthy living.
The Keystone tables and Bedford buffet played an important part in the overall design because I was able to specify them not only for their style, but also because we know they will hold up under constant use and look good for many years to come.”
Since joining the DesignPoint team in the fall of 2012, Kayla has been focused on senior living design, from the initial concept process to construction documentation, and construction administration.
She has a strong background and like for the graphical part of design and producing concept boards and project presentation boards.
Kayla is able to produce research-based design while at the same time meeting deadlines ever present in a high-pressure design firm. Kayla has been handling a variety of projects including several senior living projects. Two of her short-term goals are to achieve her NCIDQ and LEED certification.