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August 8, 2019
Last year, Julie Benniardi and Debbie Ouyang launched ReWeave L.A. to create one-of-a-kind goods from unwanted fabric samples, donating a portion of profits to charity. Here’s how the duo behind the growing brand balance eco-consciousness with design vision and business savvy.
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July 25, 2019
Stephen Block, founder of Inner Gardens in Los Angeles, has long been one of the design industry’s most quietly sought-after experts in gardens and greenery. With a recently revamped wholesale line and a new social media strategy, Block and his brand are ready to bloom.
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July 24, 2019
This month, we’re taking the pulse of the design book market—and where better to do it than at one of Los Angeles’s best design bookshops? We checked in with third-generation owner Brett Hennessey to find out what titles are flying off the shelves.
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June 18, 2019
San Francisco Design Week, which runs June 20 through 28, features the theme “CommUNITY,” a Dynamic Minds tour series by Diane Dorrans Saeks, and exclusive studio tours including Ken Fulk’s historic church turned arts society and Aidlin Darling Design’s Modernism Gallery.
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June 17, 2019
The Los Angeles Design Festival kicks off June 20. Co-founder Haily Zaki let BOH pick her brain about spotlighting the city as a design capital, coordinating a large-scale show, and balancing authentic programming with brand sponsorships.
digital disruptors
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June 5, 2019
Sweeten, a digital platform that matches people with vetted general contractors, is launching in Los Angeles. Founder and CEO Jean Brownhill tells BOH about the data-driven West Coast expansion strategy.
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May 31, 2019
LA design and architecture firm Rios Clementi Hale Studios is selling its tabletop and new fashion line in a cutting-edge boutique by retail superstar Carl Louisville. Where? The mall.
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May 23, 2019
Some creative businesses are so niche, the fact they haven’t been pushed into extinction by quick-ship behemoths is reason enough to celebrate. Artisan surfaces company Tabarka Studio has not only survived, it has flourished despite the wider move toward automation, volume and lower price points. How?
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