The New York–based design practice has just announced a new team dedicated to historical preservation. We spoke to founding principal Peter Pennoyer and architectural conservation director Lewis Gleason to learn why.
As aging in place becomes a more widely accepted facet of design, Southern Living has partnered with the Parkinson’s Foundation on a home that’s welcoming to those with mobility issues without skimping on style.
First 500 is a Chicago-based nonprofit dedicated to increasing representation of POC women in architecture. Founder Tiara Hughes spoke to BOH about her motivation to launch the project and what the future holds for the growing initiative.
Last week, California-based architecture giant KTGY acquired boutique Chicago interior design firm Simeone Deary. BOH caught up with the people on both sides of the deal about the merger’s mutual benefits.
In our weekly roundup, Herman Miller’s CEO grapples with politics in the office, the story behind Bed Bath & Beyond’s iconic marketing strategy, and more. Read on for these announcements and more that are crossing the BOH news desk this week.