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September 17, 2019
The New School’s Parsons School of Design is partnering with luxury hand woven rug company, Obeetee, to give students the opportunity to experience every facet of the rug-making process—from meeting the weavers in India to interacting with customers in the brand’s New York showroom.
trade tales
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September 13, 2019
In the wake of our inaugural Future of Home conference this week, we asked seven designers—Robin Henry, Cynthia Ferguson, Amy Lau, Barry Goralnick, Robin Titus, Melanie Fowler and Jessica Stambaugh—what the future of the industry looks like to them.
partnership
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September 6, 2019
Through Design Management Company, a consulting agency that specializes in business development and recruiting design talent, Lloyd J. Princeton offers a holistic resource to design firms.
trade tales
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September 6, 2019
We asked five designers—Jason Grant, Olga Hanono, Philip Mitchell, Blainey North and Arjun Rathi—how design is viewed in their countries and what practices they’d like to see American decorators adopt.
industry insider
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September 5, 2019
As her original brand, Pine Cone Hill, celebrates its 25th anniversary, Annie Selke reflects on her company’s roots, the perks of technology, and why she’s one of the last Amazon holdouts.
on the beat
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August 30, 2019
The simple days of giving away a sofa or a few hundred dollars in gift cards are long gone. To get people to enter a sweepstakes these days you’ve got have one of two things: a kitschy gimmick or bold extravagance.
on the beat
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August 29, 2019
When interior designer Allison Caccoma, a self-proclaimed “through and through New Yorker,” moved to San Francisco eight years ago, she realized that the east coast style she loved was nowhere to be found. So, she decided to bring it there herself.
trade tales
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August 22, 2019
We asked six designers—Sasha Bikoff, Brian Patrick Flynn, Denise Morrison, Drew McGukin, Britt Zunino and Maryline Damour—how they handle ornery clients (and avoid similar types in the future).
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