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Gere Kavanaugh
GERE KAVANAUGH worked as a stylist for General Motors primarily designing exhibitions to showcase automobiles, but also displays, created model kitchens, and interiors. She was part of the first group of women designers at GM, dubbed the "Damsels of Design" by design director Harley Earl. In 1960, she left GM for a position in the Detroit offices of architect Victor Gruen, known as the father of the shopping mall. There, she designed interiors of retail stores and shopping centers across the country. The firm later moved to Los Angeles where she became friends with Frank Gehry. She later shared studio space with Gehry, Don Chadwick, and Deborah Sussman where she founded Gere Kavanaugh/Designs (GK/D) in 1964.
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