Some of these podcasts are focused specifically on design and the business of design; others are farther afield, tackling related topics like creativity, success, productivity and happiness. (Because what’s the point of success and productivity if we’re not happy doing what we do?)
In addition to her many collections with Fairfield, KAS, Crystorama, A&B and Paragon, Libby Langdon also runs a robust design firm and uses her clients as R+D. The process of designing for and with her design clients informs the products she designs.
Richard Yasmine’s furniture and decor collections need their own wing at the MoMA. To delve…
The CEO, principal and creative director of Savvy Interiors in San Diego, hadn’t worked on a space that met guidelines emanating from the Americans with Disabilities Act. So, she did what she always does when faced with a new challenge: She read everything she could, reached out to medical experts, consulted with design colleagues who’d worked on such spaces and, of course, talked to the teen and his parents about his unique situation.
Modern as an aesthetic and as a lifestyle is trending up. Hooker Furniture wanted to get in on that movement. Coinciding with the opening of their new showroom at High Point, they premiered their new, modern, M Furniture collection, under the creative direction of design maven Becky Weber, alongside VP of product development Ansley Brown and principal designer Charlie Zagaroli.
“Before we talk about how we’re going to change the future with green buildings, we…
I’m looking for designers that really want to make this part of their giving-back philanthropy. It’s a commitment, and you need to have a good support system because you can’t (do these projects) in isolation. You need a support system of colleagues and resources you can tap,” she says. “I really love collaborating with local designers here in San Diego that have businesses similar to mine — that we get to work together on these volunteer projects, toward a common goal.”
Each year, A-list interior designers are selected to design 45 furniture showroom windows along Melrose and La Cienega.The occasion is the highly sought-after Legends of La Cienega event and the theme this year was The Fashion of Home. This year’s window design line-up included Eric Hughes, Ken Fulk, Alexa Hampton, Jake Arnold, Paloma Contreras, David Frazier, Amy Meier, Breegan Jane, Noz Nozawa, Studio Heimat and more.
“My Signature Collection is an extension of my philosophy that luxury is rooted in comfort and enduring style,” said Nate Berkus. “We were very intentional when choosing the fabrics, colors, and textures for this collection in order to create a line that reflects what I know matters, to myself as a consumer, and to the Bloomingdale’s customer.”