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Is San Francisco design in its golden age?

show & tell | June 18, 2019
San Francisco Design Week, which runs June 20 through 28, features the theme “CommUNITY,” a Dynamic Minds tour series by Diane Dorrans Saeks, and exclusive studio tours including Ken Fulk’s carpenter’s workshop and Aidlin Darling Design’s Modernism Gallery. By Robyn Smith

The LA Design Festival comes of age

show & tell | June 17, 2019
The Los Angeles Design Festival kicks off June 20. Co-founder Haily Zaki let BOH pick her brain about spotlighting the city as a design capital, coordinating a large-scale show, and balancing authentic programming with brand sponsorships. By Arianne Nardo

Homelessness is a design challenge

show & tell | June 13, 2019
Homelessness can feel like an unsolvable problem. That being said, there are specific ways in which the industry, with its particular expertise, can make a difference. By Robyn Smith

As design sectors overlap, NeoCon continues to adapt

show & tell | June 3, 2019
Until recently, residential designers may not have had NeoCon—the annual trade show at Chicago’s Merchandise Mart geared toward commercial design and about to start its 51st edition next week—top of mind. But that is changing, and fast. By Robyn Smith

Design Miami/Basel is a dream come true for this designer

show & tell | May 30, 2019
The Future Perfect will showcase new bespoke works by designers Floris Wubben and Kristin Victoria Barron at Design Miami/Basel from June 10 to 16. Barron’s work draws directly from her dream journal. By Robyn Smith

How the CEO of IMG doubled the size of her ‘fempire’

show & tell | May 16, 2019
Cheryl Eisen is a real estate agent turned stager who operated as a one-woman operation for years before becoming the biggest luxury home design and marketing firm in the U.S. BOH sat down with Eisen to chat business strategy and advice to budding creative entrepreneurs. By Staff

Want to thrive in the new design economy? Get cozy with change

show & tell | May 14, 2019
In a talk Chad Stark, president of Scalamandre, is giving at next week’s spring market day at New York’s D & D Building, he’ll outline what he sees as the core threats to interior designers’ businesses, as well as a few ideas on how to deal with them. By Fred Nicolaus

What’s in the box? A frantic design competition

show & tell | May 10, 2019
In an age when the market for conferences is getting crowded, there’s a push for more experience-oriented programming—the catchier the better. And what’s more catchy than a frantic design competition? Last year, executives from Hilton collaborated with the team at Hospitality Design to debut The Box Challenge, a 24-hour contest in which top hospitality designers vie to design a guest room. By Fred Nicolaus
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