Siblings Andy and Gale Singer have been working together to make and sell lighting for decades. The pair share how their respective businesses—lighting brand Visual Comfort and showroom chain Circa Lighting—continue to evolve.
Studio McGee recently debuted a hit Netflix show and a book, on top of a successful e-commerce platform. But, as the founding couple explains on the BOH podcast, their current success was preceded by years of struggle.
In 2019, Buildlane launched as an online custom furniture solution for designers. A year later, founder Frank Eybsen and COO Heather Zeilman discuss how the pandemic has impacted the company’s trajectory.
Washington, D.C., designer Barry Dixon explains what it takes to work with clients on both sides of the aisle, how making products made him a better designer, and which COVID-era tricks he will (and won’t) use beyond the pandemic.
French architect Robert Couturier has made a career designing for the ultra-elite. On The BOH Podcast, he explains why he doesn’t take his work too seriously, acknowledging that designers like him are “a shrinking breed.”
A few months ago, Lindy and Jordan Williams launched Saltwolf, a to-the-trade resource with the speed and convenience of DTC online shopping. The duo explains how the brand balances industry traditions with modern benefits.
A year after Farrow & Ball’s introduction to mainstream Americans via SNL, CEO Anthony Davey and head of creative Charlotte Cosby explain what’s on deck for the British paint brand, including becoming more attainable to the average shopper.