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show & tell
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September 4, 2019
Opening for its fourth edition in Los Angeles on September 5, The Other Art Fair aims to create a new kind of community among local artists and shoppers. Founder Ryan Stanier tells BOH what’s special about the fair—and what visitors can look forward to.
digital disruptors
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August 29, 2019
While running an antiques shop in Hungary in the early 2000s, Gábor Újvári became a firm believer in the internet’s power to transform the antiques business for the better. He launched his own online antiques platform, ArtOrigo, in 2018, to realize his vision of an industry with “no countries or continents.” Now, with $2 million in funding, he has unleashed a new tool to remove the pain points of online inventory management for participating dealers.
industry insider
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August 1, 2019
@TheOldHouseBeautiful, the Instagram account that briefly set the design media world on fire, has been shut down.
industry insider
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July 15, 2019
Last year, Atlanta designer Celeste Alexander put her three-decade-long career on pause to launch Curated Quarters, a quarterly print and digital magazine featuring the work of African-American designers.
comings & goings
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July 5, 2019
The former model, style icon, daughter of renowned British decorator David Hicks announced on Wednesday that her eponymous lifestyle line is shuttering.
weekly feature
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July 3, 2019
After six years at the helm, Interior Define founder Rob Royer moves into a new role as chairman of the board. BOH caught up with Royer and his brand’s new CEO, Bonobos and ModCloth alum Anthony Nieves—to discuss the company’s growth, brand-building around a strong value proposition, and knowing when the time is right for a big move.
weekly feature
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June 26, 2019
At the 51st-annual edition of the venerable contract design show in Chicago earlier this month, attendees buzzed about the departure of longtime tenants Knoll, Herman Miller and Vitra from the Mart. What do these notable brand defections mean for the show, and for the commercial design industry at large? It depends on who you ask.
industry insider
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June 24, 2019
Two weeks ago, the Meredith-owned shelter magazine announced that it would transition from a subscription model to a quarterly, newsstand-only special-interest publication amid widespread layoffs. BOH caught up with the Meredith president Doug Olson and Traditional Home editor in chief Jill Waage to find out what precipitated the changes at the beloved title, why the company still believes in Trad Home, and what comes next.
weekly feature
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June 19, 2019
After Wells Fargo filed a $172.9 million foreclosure suit earlier this month, DCOTA is facing a crisis of property value and tenant turnover. Can building upgrades and high-end branding help the Dania Beach, Florida–based design center bounce back?
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