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Internationally-renowned, Revision is an experiential design firm with extensive experience in creating comprehensive, interactive environments that the public loves.

Helmed by Lionel Ohayon, Revision has worked with both Fortune 500 companies and innovative upstarts on projects around the globe and was a driving factor in the repositioning of the Meatpacking District as a destination for commerce and nightlife.

Revision design and branding work has appeared in The New York Times, Fast Company, Design Bureau and The Huffington Post.

Perry Stephany

Perry Stephany

Director of Projects

Originally I wanted to be a cartographer. I think it has to do with my interest in urban planning. Since I never pursued that as a career, I pursued it indirectly through maps. I collect them and I draw them. I sit down with a blank sheet of paper and sketch out a road—just from imagination. And then take it from there. I like to create towns and cities.

Caren Currie

Caren Currie

Principal

I think in painting it’s artists like Hopper, Bierstadt, Velasquez, and Caravaggio for their dramatic use of light. I like architects and designers who straddle multiple disciplines such as Chris Bangle. I was in awe of his beautiful prototypes when he was at BMW. Neil Denari’s drawings are very precise. His quote, “The line should be devoid of all human manifestations,” resonates with me

David Hunter

David Hunter

Senior Designer

Besides great projects a big chunk of working there was meeting and working with great people from all over the world. I worked on the first building Daniel Libeskind was commissioned to build: the Jewish Museum in Berlin. I learned a lot working with Daniel. He’s a very accessible person and gives you a lot of freedom to design. One thing I learned from him: no idea is too crazy.

Maleesa Pollock

Maleesa Pollock

Designer

In college I lived in Florence. It was stunning. When you’re studying a space the best education is to experience it. I lived down the street from the Duomo— Brunelleschi’s church? Seeing pictures of it doesn’t convey how amazing it is as a space—as a feat of architecture. He was using tools he invented just to build the dome.