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May 11, 2020
In Business of Home’s latest Community Discussion, editor in chief Kaitlin Petersen speaks with Crans Baldwin, founder of Crans Baldwin & Associates, interior designer Chuck Chewning, and textile and interior designer Marika Meyer about best practices for navigating client relationships right now.
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May 8, 2020
In Business of Home’s latest Community Discussion, editor in chief Kaitlin Petersen speaks with Holly Howard, founder of business consultancy Ask Holly How, about why now is the time to invest in yourself and your business—and why that doesn’t (or shouldn’t) mean the same thing.
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May 4, 2020
In Business of Home’s latest Community Discussion, editor in chief Kaitlin Petersen speaks with Laura Bindloss, founder of PR and social media agency Nylon Consulting, and Joseph Aldrich, founder of integrated marketing firm The Cypress Group, about why it’s important to invest in marketing right now—and how to make your outreach count.
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April 20, 2020
In Business of Home's latest community discussion, editor in chief Kaitlin Petersen speaks with Timur Yumusaklar, CEO of Schumacher, and Kate Temple Reynolds, founder of Temple Studio, for insight into how the textile industry is being affected by COVID-19—and what they’re learning from it.
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August 15, 2019
In a climate-controlled room in Bethpage, Long Island, sits a wonder of the modern design world: Kravet’s 35,000-piece archive of textiles from around the globe. Now, for the first time, selections from the archive will be on display to the public, in an exhibit at the New York School of Interior Design.
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July 18, 2019
Architecture students Nino Chambers and Claire Lin took the idea of extracurricular experience to a new level this summer, visiting 30 design companies in eight cities over five weeks as part of the fourth-annual Be Original Americas Student Design Fellowship.
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June 6, 2019
Tasseled caps are airborne and cheap dorm-room furniture is cluttering up the sidewalks—it’s graduation season. We spoke to interior design students across the country to get a sense of how the class of 2019 is seeing things.
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May 31, 2019
Any designer or architect worth their salt knows their history. It is that belief that founded New York– and San Francisco-based architecture and design firm Ike Kligerman Barkley’s fellowship. IKB will fund the students’ travel and research, encouraging (and financing) their exploration of the importance of architectural history incorporated into today’s design.
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