Last week’s Circular City conference drew more than 300 experts to discuss circularity in a variety of industries. According to the event’s founder, the home business is uniquely poised to go circular.
At this year’s virtual LivAble Environment Conference, three days of programming covered topics from wellness in the home and aging in place to discoveries in neurobiological research that support good design.
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.
Milwaukee designer Sharon Kevil is launching Forti Goods, a line of high-end furniture designed for storing cannabis stylishly and discreetly. Kevil tells BOH how rapidly changing cultural stigmas are impacting her brand strategy.
Luxury textile brand founder Bernie de Le Cuona has launched Pure, the first-ever organic linen collection to be certified by the rigorous Global Organic Textile Standard. Here, she delves into the challenging journey of creating the collection.