In a follow up to last week’s edition, an additional nine designers—Mimi Meacham, Nayoka Simone, Donyea Tollie, Alyse Eisenberg, Kalah Talancy, Rydhima Barr, Malka Heft, Rebecca Johnston and Jamie L. King—share client behaviors they can’t abide.
In our weekly roundup, homeowners purge their pandemic buys, the Kips Bay Decorator Show House names designers, and lighting designer Ted Bradley secures representation in San Francisco, Dallas, Los Angeles and New York. Read on for the latest announcements crossing the BOH news desk.
In our weekly roundup, Olson Kundig crafts a children’s museum, Matthew Fisher’s new collection at Galerie Philia, and Bobby Berk debuts a D2C site. Read on for the latest announcements crossing the BOH news desk.
3D printing has evolved from add-on skill to full-blown craft, offering sustainability and speed in product creation. Here’s why designers should have these four innovative 3D printing companies on their radar.
“Clients don't know what they want.” It’s a cliche of the profession that’s half true. Clients generally know what they want, but rarely do they know why. Solving that particular puzzle is key to these two designers’ psychology-driven approaches.
There’s no such thing as a stupid question—but there are ways to guide your early conversations with clients to elicit more meaningful results. We asked eight designers how they unpack a client’s needs, wants and wildest dreams.