Troy Beasley shakes up Florida Chapter as the first Interior Designer to lead the group
Beasley & Henley Interior Design is pleased to announce the appointment of Design Principal Troy Beasley to the position of President for the Florida Chapter of the prestigious Institute of Classical Architecture and Art (ICAA).
He has been involved with the celebrated group since 2000. He became a board member of the Florida Chapter and later served two years as Vice President. His current term as Florida Chapter President runs through 2015.
Beasley is looking forward to leading the group in the coming years.
“Our Florida chapter is incredible,” says Beasley. “We have a really talented group of people who have a passion for great architecture and classical design.”
Beasley’s focus is to advance the ICAA’s main goal, which is increasing knowledge of the classical traditions in architecture, urbanism, and their allied arts. He will develop and enhance the exposure of classical art and the design in the community which includes design practitioners, students, and associated trades and vendors.
The ICAA has 15 branches located throughout the United States. The Florida Chapter, founded in 2006, lists David Case, Cliff Duch and Geoffrey Mouen among its past presidents. Members of the New York based group include such well known designers as Alexa Hampton and Bunny Williams and architects, Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk and Robert AM Stern.
A co-founder of Beasley & Henley Interior Designer, Beasley and his design tem are currently working on luxury residential and developer projects throughout Florida and the SouthEast US. Beasley & Henley’s work can be seen throughout the US and overseas. He is licensed by the Florida Board of Professional Regulation, member of ASID and invited speaker at The International Builder Show and the South East Builders Conference.
About the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art: As the nation’s leading organization dedicated to advancing the classical tradition in architecture, urbanism, and the allied arts, the Institute is a treasured resource for professionals, students, and the public at large. Education programs, travel opportunities, conferences, and lectures are offered at national headquarters in New York and fifteen chapters across the country, The Institute publishes the award-winning journal, The Classicist, and the widely acclaimed “Classical America Book Series in Art and Architecture.” For more information, please visit www.classicist.org.