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How Bunny Williams uses old-school methods to remain relevant

podcast | December 17, 2018
The AD100 Hall of Fame designer shares the challenges of finding and retaining talent, why the modern lifestyle is disruptive to the trade and the announcement of a new book, "Affairs with Other Houses." By Mel Studach

How the Matouk family business evolved for the next generation

podcast | December 10, 2018
For luxury textile manufacturer Matouk, managing new retail channels and category extensions have proven just as challenging as a century of economic and political shifts. Third-generation president and CEO George Matouk, Jr. shares how the company coped—and came out stronger on the other side. By Mel Studach

The surprising trait that’s made Clodagh most successful

boh podcast | December 3, 2018
The self-taught Irish designer reveals the characteristic she credits for her success, the philosophy behind her interiors and how she finds zen—even in the back of a New York taxi cab. By Mel Studach

Why Blu Dot wants to make good design democratic

boh podcast | November 26, 2018
Blu Dot set out to make design democratic in an era when venture capital, easy access to modern design and an assertive brand voice didn’t exist in the home industry. By Mel Studach

How Adam Sandow—and robots—are simplifying the sampling process

boh podcast | October 7, 2018
Nine months following an office move in New York and even Sandow founder and CEO Adam I. Sandow admits the company’s new headquarters is still a work in progress. As the brand’s growing media roster and business portfolio would attest, that’s just the way Sandow works. Sandow founder and ... By Mel Studach

How Brad Ford cultivated a community of modern makers

boh podcast | September 24, 2018
Along the drive to Brad Ford’s property in upstate New York, there was an old, black barn nestled in a vast field. One summer, the Manhattan-based interior designer noticed the barn was undergoing a renovation, and with each weekend trip north, he became more in awe with its progress. One day, F... By Mel Studach

How Tyler Hays inspired the maker movement

boh podcast | September 17, 2018
Renaissance man would be too lofty a label for Tyler Hays. He is indeed a master of all trades and, as he says in this week’s podcast, the “uncle” of the modern maker movement. Whether it’s digging clay for his tile collection, harvesting barley for his brewery, painting and weaving textiles for... By Robyn Smith

Why the home industry’s retail strategy isn’t working

boh podcast | September 10, 2018
There are few—if any—retailers in the home category that haven’t been under the microscope of journalist Warren Shoulberg. From the heyday of department stores to today’s direct-to-consumer players, he’s covered it. For more than 45 years, Shoulberg has worked as a retail reporter for trade medi... By Mel Studach
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