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Your essential guide to Salone del Mobile.Milano

show & tell | April 3, 2019
More than 400,000 design aficionados will descend on Milan next week for the 58th-annual Salone del Mobile. Our handy guide to what’s happening at the fair will keep you in the know. By Staff

Everything you need to know about High Point Market this spring

show & tell | March 20, 2019
A few highlights of what to look forward to at High Point Market: product from Universal Furniture, Century and Currey & Company; anniversaries with Moss Studio, O’Henry House and Made Goods; and plenty of new showrooms. For a more comprehensive look, check out our Designer’s Guide to High Point Market, available online starting Friday. By Staff

Robert Allen Duralee Group files for bankruptcy

industry insider | February 12, 2019
The Robert Allen Duralee Group has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. In a letter to employees obtained by Business of Home, CEO Lee Silberman informed staff that the move, enacted earlier this week, will hopefully clear the way for a takeover. By Staff

Remembering Alan Blaustein, CEO of Dering Hall

industry insider | January 24, 2019
Alan Blaustein, CEO of Dering Hall, has passed away. He was 49. A former corporate lawyer and tech entrepreneur, Blaustein first came to the design world in 2015, as president and COO of Luxe Interiors + Design. He joined Dering Hall in 2017, and was at the helm in the period leading up to the company’s acquisition by online furniture platform Chairish. By Staff

Peter Brant sells Modern Magazine, ArtNews and others to Penske

industry insider | November 14, 2018
Penske Media Corporation (PMC) is the proud new owner of Art Media Holdings, which includes The Magazine Antiques, Modern Magazine, ArtNews and Art in America. With this acquisition, PMC says it will be the largest employer of art journalists in the world. By Staff

Move over 2-D and 3-D—this LA product designer is pioneering 4-D

art insider | November 8, 2018
After making a name for herself in 2D and 3D design, Los Angeles–based product designer Carly Jo Morgan has begun experimenting with the fourth dimension. Her calling card may be  designing and selling product (think: sculptural terrazzo and surrealist, whimsical furniture, and Rihanna’s set at the most recent Grammy Awards), but Morgan is, in fact, deeply troubled by the age of consumerism. By Staff
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