Terri Weinstein: Interior Design, Miami, FL , Chicago, IL
MFA – The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Interior Architecture Department – Chicago, IL – June, 1987
BA – Washington University, Art History & Archaeology Department – St. Louis, MO September, 1965 – June, 1969
New Trier High School – Winnetka, IL – September, 1960 – June, 1965
*Continuous classes, forums and seminars on architecture and design topics, including lighting, kitchen and bath design, material use, cutting edge designers and architects
*Ongoing seminars on new product offered to designers by various brands including GE, Osram, Kohler, Wolfe and SubZero
*Various forums on finance, project management and marketing
*Travel, museum exhibits, and perusal of related books and periodicals
1979 to present: Terri Weinstein Design, Inc. – Chicago, IL 34 years
Principal of Interior Design / Interior Architecture firm. Completed projects include numerous single family homes, high-rise condominiums, brownstones, co-ops and retreat/vacation homes, retail stores, professional corporate offices, and condominium lobbies.
1973 – 1979
Freelance Photographic Stylist – Chicago, IL. Designed and supervised construction of room sets and tabletops for film, photography and television. Duties included set design, prop, wardrobe and talent selection, meeting demanding deadlines and budget constraints.
1971 – 1973
Trans World Airlines, Inc. – Chicago, IL. Advertising and Promotion for Corporate Offices. Developed and executed programs to introduce and promote new services and routes.
1970 – 1971
Playboy Magazine – Chicago, IL. Assistant Photographic Stylist for Corporate Offices. Designed and propped sets and tabletops for editorial photography.
1969 – 1970
Chase Park Plaza Hotel – St. Louis, MO Assistant Advertising and Promotion for Corporate Offices. Helped develop and execute programs and support material to promote the hotel, restaurants and other properties.
ASID (American Society of Interior Designers): Elected board member
IES (Illuminating Engineering Society) (The association for professional lighting designers)
- 1987-1997-The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Interior Architecture Department
Taught full semester studios in Interior Architecture and Architectural Lighting
Co-Developed the architectural lighting class taught at both Harrington Institute and The School of the Art Institute with Patrick Grzybek, architect
- 1989-1992-Faculty at Harrington Institute of Design
- Designed/implemented full lighting laboratory for teaching and student experimentation at SAIC
Adult Education Programs: Latin School of Chicago, Parker School, Highland Park High School on Kitchen and Bath design
- Merchandise Mart Conferences:
For designers and architects : Topics included: “Kitchen & Bath Design” (for Architectural Digest), “Lighting Design”, “Color and Light”, “How Light Manipulates Space"
For the public : Topics included: “Kitchen & Bath Design”, “Working with a Professional Designer”, “Accessorizing with Art and Antiques” (for Art & Antiques magazine)
- Design Center, Washington, D.C.: To designers and architects : “How Light Manipulates Space.”
- AIA (American Institute of Architects) Concept Chicago Conference: To designers and architects: ”How Light Manipulates Space”
- Installation at The Art Institute of Chicago, Children’s Museum; A viewer-activated study of simultaneous color contrast: color, light and human perception.
- Chicago Tribune Magazine, COVER STORY-June, 2009 "Call of the Wild" by Lisa Skolnick
- NorthShore Magazine-Sept. 2003 “A Design for Living” by Mary McGuire. www.northshoremag.com/cgi-bin/ns-article?article=/homegarden/09-03-design.html
- Il Bagno Oggi E Domani, Aug.-Sept. 2000
- Kitchen & Bath Ideas, Winter 1998
- Kitchen & Bath Ideas, Fall 1998
- Design Conceps, Fall 1997
- Easy Style, Ed. James D. Blume, (Meredith Publications, Des Moines, Ia) 1998
- The Home Office Book, Donna Paul (Artisan Publishing, New York), 1996
- New York Times, December, 1996
- Chicago Sun-Times, numerous articles
- Chicago Tribune, numerous articles
- Daily Herald, numerous articles
- Windy City Times, September, 1994
- Residential Lighting, May, 1994
- Inland Architect, November/December, 1991
- Residences in Chicago,IL, Chicago’s North Shore, Hyde Park, Oak Park, New York City, NY, Bozeman, MT, New Buffalo, MI, Palm Beach, FL, Coral Gables, FL, Martha's Vineyard, MA
- ORT Resale Shop, Highland Park, IL, a retail clothing store
- Maas International Corporate Headquarters, Willowbrook, IL, a metal polish manufacturer
- Bozell & Jacobs Advertising Agency, President’s Office, Chicago, IL
- The Schram Advertising Agency Corporate Offices, Northbrook, IL
OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:
- 1997-8 Discovery Channel program: Interview w/Designer, Subject: Designer’s apartment. Aired thru
- 1998. Title: “Walls of Wonder” 1998 Judge: Halo Lighting Competition 1997 Room Design, Merchandise Mart – Celebrations at Home -Barbara Pearlman Design Atelier.
- 1997 ASID Showhouse room, Evanston, IL.
- 1995 Judge – IALD (International Association of Lighting Designers) Competition
- 1988 and 1989 Design Consultation – Eva Maddox Associates – Chicago, IL
- Pro bono design/construction implementation of resale shop for Women’s American Ort.
- Produced 3 events raising more than $250,000 to fund AIDS vaccine research. Mobilized the collective energy and creativity of a group of designers and architects to impact the AIDS pandemic. Read about it. Go to: http://www.uclaaidsinstitute.org/publications/pdfs/INSIDER_Jan_2006.pdf (Please scroll to page 32.)