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June 3, 2020
As a new generation of clients comes of age, and technology continues to seep its way into every corner of a decidedly old-school profession, it’s likely that design won’t be exactly the same in 2030 as it is in 2020. What will it be like? And just as importantly, what will it be worth? We asked two historians for their view.
retail
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June 2, 2020
In his annual letter to RH shareholders, CEO Gary Friedman outlined a post-pandemic vision for the company that defies conventional wisdom. At the top of the list? Stores, hotels, a yacht—and real estate.
magazine
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May 27, 2020
As a new generation of clients comes of age, and technology continues to seep its way into every corner of a decidedly old-school profession, it’s likely that design won’t be exactly the same in 2030 as it is in 2020. What will it be like? And just as importantly, what will it be worth?
weekly feature
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May 27, 2020
Designer Laurence Carr has built her career around a focus on wellness and sustainability. Business of Home chatted with her about her process, how she gets clients to buy in, and how she’s pivoting to digital in the midst of the pandemic.
podcast
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May 27, 2020
On the latest episode of the Business of Home podcast, San Francisco designer Ken Fulk describes his career path, including starting a firm without formal training, why narrative is paramount to his process and why he invests in commercial projects.
industry insider
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May 19, 2020
Makers—and their painstaking designs—are having a moment in the digital age, as captured in the new book ‘In the Making,’ a compilation of artisan interviews edited by Alisa Carroll. BOH asked Carroll about the present and future of the maker’s movement.
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