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How design tool LuxePro is making sourcing easy
Dec 19, 2017
Melissa Studach

Luxe Interiors + Design, the architecture and design publication known for spreading regional innovations in a national light, recently added an industry sourcebook to its publishing roster. The premier edition of LuxePro, which debuted last week, showcases more than 400 specially curated, global luxury products.

Sleek in matte black, the dense sourcebook catalogs the new and innovative products entering the architecture and design market. A diverse set of manufacturers, artisans and sources were tapped to showcase the latest debuts in furniture, lighting, flooring, windows, doors, hardware and surfaces. Represented brands span from well-known and respected luxury design manufacturers to emerging bespoke makers.

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The inaugural edition of LuxePro; courtesy Luxe Interiors + Design

“We are thrilled to be offering this new and exciting resource to the design community,” says Mike Ruskin, publisher of Luxe Interiors + Design. “With LuxePro, manufacturers can reach luxury home design and build professionals with whom they may not be familiar, or with whom they may not have been able to connect previously.”

Targeting high-end interior designers, architects, home builders and landscape architects, LuxePro highlights local and national resources in more than 40 markets throughout the U.S. The sourcebook, which the magazine will produce annually in November, will distribute 10,000 print copies and 20,000 digital copies to a select group of Luxe Interiors + Design readers. If successful, the publication will divide into dedicated issues targeting specific home categories to give industry professionals a more curated selection.

The sourcebook is one of several new debuts by the high-end design and architecture publication, which belongs to Sandow’s growing magazine portfolio. In October, editor in chief Pamela Jaccarino announced the launch of the Luxe Red Awards, the first regional residential design competition with nationwide exposure. The new efforts continue the magazine’s initiative of showcasing regional design and architectural talent within a national platform.

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