Pulp Studio Announces the Promotion of Three Corporate Sales Managers

Pulp Studio, the leading designer and manufacturer of technically superior decorative glass, announces promotions for three of its corporate sales managers, effective immediately. “I feel very fortunate to have these extremely capable individuals on our team,” states Chris Allen, Executive Vice President of Sales of Pulp Studio. “Their experience and enthusiasm in the architectural glazing world will provide additional value for our clients as we continue to strive toward providing unique, high-quality glass products and the best customer experience in the industry.”

Mike Nicklas

Mike Nicklas is appointed Southeast Regional Manager; he has been with Pulp Studio for four years and in the industry for more than 35 years. In this new role, he will be responsible for developing and providing solutions to architects and contractors for all of Pulp Studio’s architectural glass products. Prior to joining Pulp Studio, Mike worked with JE Berkowitz for over 23 years. There he gained his tremendous glazing knowledge and helped many design and construction teams develop solutions for high-profile projects including the recent David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center, Moynihan Station and multiple luxury retail installations.

Joe Carlos

Joe Carlos is appointed Pulp Studio’s OEM Regional Manager for the Western U.S. Region. He has been with Pulp Studio for three years and in the industry for over 35 years. In his new role, Joe will be responsible for developing Pulp Studio’s Insulated Glass Unit (IGU) product line and supporting Pulp Studio’s OEM customers. Joe’s deep industry relationships and technical expertise will provide customers with the support and knowledge they require to be successful in integrating Pulp Studio’s IGU product into their projects.

Cathy Yamasaki

Cathy Yamasaki is appointed Southwest Regional Manager; she has been with Pulp Studio for seven years. In her expanded role, Cathy will now cover Las Vegas and Arizona in addition to the Los Angeles and San Diego territories where she already has deep roots. With her vast knowledge of Pulp Studio’s products and capabilities, Cathy will continue to be an asset. She will support the design and construction teams in this expanded region providing them with the information they need to successfully integrate Pulp Studio’s architectural glass products into their projects.

About Pulp Studio

Founded in 1996, Pulp Studio passionately advocates for the creative use of glass as a building element. From the beginning, the brand’s defining mission is to fill the void in the market for innovative uses of glass in interior and façade projects. Pulp Studio combines technical prowess with design sensibility; creating products that reside at the intersection of fashion and function.

Pulp Studio employs craftspeople, artists, scientists, and inventors who view working with glass as an artistic endeavor – their medium being glass. The company’s capabilities include bending, hand-color coating, laser etching, glass carving, screen print imaging, drilling, notching, and a patented system for uniformly illuminating panels using high-intensity LEDs. Every project is another opportunity for Pulp Studio to further enrich the idea of “custom” by delivering products that are superior in design and functionality. One of the company’s insulated glass products, Ombra™ achieves a solar heat gain coefficient superior to that of other insulated glass units, dramatically reducing climate control requirements and providing significant energy savings over the life of a building.

Working in collaboration with architects and design studios, Pulp Studio’s products have been used in numerous high-profile projects including: Seattle Space Needle, Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California, Wilshire Grand in downtown Los Angeles, and Gores Group Headquarters in Beverly Hills.

For more information, visit www.pulpstudio.com