In a first for the United States, direct-to-consumer sofa brand Sabai has launched a national buyback program. BOH caught up with Sabai founders Phantila Phataraprasit and Cailtin Ellen to discuss the initiative.
Real estate developer the Roe Corporation has just unveiled its latest project, Charlotte of the Upper West Side, a new luxury condominium in New York’s Central Park West Historic District—and it’s now the greenest building in Manhattan.
A new report in the latest issue of Metropolis finds that, according to a recent study by the Carbon Leadership Forum and LMN Architects, the carbon footprint of interiors has been vastly underestimated. Designers can help change that.
Landscape Forms, a brand specializing in outdoor furniture for commercial spaces, has acquired residential brand Loll Designs. We checked in with the CEOs of both companies to find out why their brands are well-positioned to help one another grow.
A new study from the Sustainable Furnishings Council found that most clients don’t ask designers to exclude potentially toxic products. BOH spoke to experts about why toxin awareness has been slow to gain traction and how the A&D industry can make the future of furniture healthier.
San Francisco–based interior designer Carolyn Rebuffel tells BOH about her latest endeavor, Make It Home, a nonprofit that seeks to bring touches of home to families and individuals transitioning out of homelessness.
In our weekly roundup, remembering David Easton, an abundance of collaborations, and impressive fundraises from Goodee and Faire. Read on for these announcements and more that are crossing the BOH news desk this week.