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December 4, 2019
The demise of Homepolish in September left many designers struggling to recover their businesses. Now, a cadre of ex-Homepolishers are launching a new organization: Interior Collab, which aims to connect designers with projects—minus the middleman.
real estate
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December 2, 2019
A few blocks from the D&D Building sits a property that houses marquee design businesses, including Bunny Williams’s firm, John Rosselli and Newel. A new developer is revamping the 80,000-square-foot space with a fresh concept and name: the Interior Arts Building.
podcast
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December 2, 2019
In the latest episode of the BOH podcast, Michael Phillips, the developer behind the Boston Design Center, gets real about how the design industry can better embrace change and cater to the modern consumer.
industry insider
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November 25, 2019
Furniture brand Hellman-Chang is moving from hipster Brooklyn to rural Georgia. We checked in with co-founder Eric Chang to get a sense of what the move means for the company, and why keeping empty space empty will help them get bigger—and faster.
podcast
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November 25, 2019
In the latest episode of the BOH podcast, designer and Dorothy Draper owner Carleton Varney shares lessons from working with famous clients, his philosophy on color, and why he’s not slowing down in his golden years.
industry insider
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November 21, 2019
Designer Kara Mann, whose career has been bold and star-studded, debuts her new collection, Kept, a surprisingly simple yet stunning set of household utility items—things “so beautiful you don’t have to put them away.”
real estate
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November 13, 2019
In the States, companies like Common, Ollie, and WeWork’s WeLive have already established a presence in major markets, and now a major player from across the pond is setting up shop: Entrepreneur Reza Merchant has opened The Collective Paper Factory in Queens, New York.
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