Lisa has worked across several design disciplines since graduating from The Rhode Island School of Design with a Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor Fine Arts. After assisting renowned landscape architect Alexandre Chemetoff in Paris and installation artist Vito Acconci in Brooklyn, Lisa spent the next 10 years designing residential interiors and feature films in NYC. Inspired by her two daughters, Lisa combined her fascination of children with her understanding of design and use to create Iglooplay. Her experience as a painter, architect and set designer has made for a richly, intuitive approach to design that is at the same time specific with regard to function, yet sculpturally minimal and open to individual experience.
Lisas playful, interactive and multi-age designs are being specified widely for a variety of libraries, pediatric hospitals, day care centers, communal play spaces and hotel lounges. Her products have been featured in a variety of fine stores such as, the Museum of Modern Art Design Store, SoHo and Tokyo and Barneys stores nationwide.