In our weekly roundup, Angie’s List gets a face-lift, the 2021 Pritzker Prize winners, a new magazine from the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and more. Read on for the latest announcements crossing the BOH news desk.
The Wall Street Journal’s Off Duty section features some of the best design coverage in media today. BOH caught up with design and decorating editor Catherine Romano about how she curates stories that are aspirational yet accessible.
On the Business of Home podcast this week, BOH editor in chief Kaitlin Petersen discusses the career path that led her to covering the design trade, the biggest issues the industry faces, and a new podcast she’s hosting.
Textile designer Saana Baker launched quarterly fabric trend publication The Textile Eye to fill a gap in the market. In an Instagram-driven industry currently short on in-person shows, Baker explains where her publication fits in.
The beloved design magazine has a new home in the stable of brands assembled by venture equity firm North Equity. We checked in with Domino general manager Tracy Cho, who explains how new ownership will fuel the brand’s ambitions.
It’s a high-stakes game of political brinkmanship, playing out on the international stage. In one corner is an authoritarian leader, clinging to power. In the other, a jailed reformer looking to ignite an uprising. The latest salvo fired in this life-or-death struggle? A home tour.