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January 6, 2020
After taking work on several e-design platforms and seeing her returns steadily diminish, Jenna Gaidusek founded a suite of tools to help remote designers get discovered, run their own businesses, and—crucially—charge more for their services.
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December 20, 2019
For San Francisco–based lighting designer Jonathan Browning, 3-D printing has transformed his studio’s practice and presentations, allowing a small team to work far faster and more prolifically.
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December 4, 2019
The demise of Homepolish in September left many designers struggling to recover their businesses. Now, a cadre of ex-Homepolishers are launching a new organization: Interior Collab, which aims to connect designers with projects—minus the middleman.
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September 11, 2019
Data is the future, whether we like it or not. How that translates to the beautiful, touchable business of interior design is a question that often divides the room. The Decorative Furnishings Association has made it clear they aren’t waiting around for an answer.
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August 29, 2019
While running an antiques shop in Hungary in the early 2000s, Gábor Újvári became a firm believer in the internet’s power to transform the antiques business for the better. He launched his own online antiques platform, ArtOrigo, in 2018, to realize his vision of an industry with “no countries or continents.” Now, with $2 million in funding, he has unleashed a new tool to remove the pain points of online inventory management for participating dealers.
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August 13, 2019
No longer content to just sell what’s inside the home, retailers like Amazon and IKEA are finding ways to offer the houses themselves. But as Market Watch columnist Warren Shoulberg points out, this latest offering is not exactly a new idea.
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