Design Process: Tips for a Successful Project

By AWA+D Member,  Kate Svoboda-Spanbock Embarking on a design and construction project is a large and complex task. Here are some tips to help ensure your project is successful. 1. Identify the problems to be addressed before you try to find solutions to them. Don't...

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8 Current Trends in Home Design

By Julie Laughton (AWA+D) Photos Courtesy of Julie Laughton Design Build People today with busy lifestyles need lower maintenance and more durability in the finishes and surfaces in their homes. The trends in home design are open spaces, vaulted ceilings, natural...

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Bed Bath & Beyond x Cloth & Company x Dwell on Design

Dwell on Design's Emerging Designer Winner Lauren Bencivengo has launch her Cloth & Company collection on the Bed Bath & Beyond website . It is the result of a partnership between Bed Bath & Beyond and Cloth & Company to uncover new designer talent...

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AWA+D | I’ve never met a woman Architect before….

By: Michele Grace Hottel, Architect - AWA+D In June, I had the opportunity to be at the Association for Women in Architecture and Design or AWA+D “The Architect is In” at Dwell on Design at the Los Angeles Convention Center.  As a woman architect living and working in...

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Color Watch: 2018 Interiors

Curious to know what they next big color trends for interiors will be? What hues will be all the rage in kitchens, bedrooms and the link? A few weeks ago at the Dwell on Design conference at the LA Convention Center the guys from Consort Design and I got together to...

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Dwell on Design celebrates 12th annual year

Dwell on Design returned to the Los Angeles Convention Center for its 12th year, celebrating modern design with onstage panels, 40+ speakers, and more than 2,000 innovative furnishings and products. LOS ANGELES –  Dwell on Design, returned to the Los Angeles...

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Fab Five: Sitting Pretty

Reblogged article from Ocean Home Magazine  Add pizzazz to your pool patio with these stunning contemporary furniture collections BY MELISSA C. GILLESPIE   1 I First Among Equals Dedon’s first fully upholstered collection, Brixx by Lorenza Bozzoli is simple yet...

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Rugs in Space

Reblogged article from Cover Magazine The Devonshire Club, London The rugs, wallpapers and fabrics in a new private members’ club and hotel in London are taken from the archives of Nattier Fabrics, producers of couture fabrics in the 1960s. Cristina Azario, the...

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Material Tendencies: Jasper Morrison

Reblogged article from Architonic Fresh back from Milan Design Week, with pockets full of news and valuable insights, we start off with this exclusive interview with Jasper Morrison. Continuing our series of articles on Material Tendencies, we spoke to the British...

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Top Trends in Pool Decking & Coping

Reblogged article from Luxury Pools Magazine Discover new decking materials and coping designs for your pool BY DEBRA MAURER   The decking and coping around your pool are a major component in the design of your overall outdoor living space. We spoke to top...

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Delineating space

Reblogged article from Cover Magazine Fabrics and textiles are an excellent way to divide space in a suggestive manner without the need for rigid barriers or permanent walls. Screens, curtains and cushioned platforms are some of the oldest types of domestic furnishing...

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Design studios turn to textiles

Reblogged article from Cover Magazine Existing divides between traditionally separate areas of study are currently being broken down by a wealth of collaborative projects in science and the arts, that see specialists from diverse backgrounds sharing knowledge to break...

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Material Tendencies: Jean-Marie Massaud

Reblogged article from Architonic Jean-Marie Massaud’s work marries, on the one hand, strong high-tech qualities with timeless elegance, lightness and warm comfort on the other.                   Jean-Marie Massaud - Photo...

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Material Tendencies: Michael Young

Reblogged article from Architonic Looking for a new journey, Michael Young moved to Hong Kong in 2006 where he was quickly intrigued by the highly evolved engineering skills and manufacturing opportunities. With a spirit of industrial adventure, the British designer...

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Four from the free for all Hotlist

Reblogged article from Cover Magazine The summer issue of COVER magazine features the best carpets & textiles for interiors worldwide and this digital edition is available for free via Exact Editions. Here is a taster four of the brightest rugs and textiles right...

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Material Tendencies: Neri & Hu

Reblogged article from Architonic A city does not have a future without culture. So says Lyndon Neri, founding partner of Shanghai-based architectural-design practice Neri & Hu, in a recent conversation with Architonic.            ...

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A metallic taste

Reblogged article from Cover Magazine As noted in COVER 47 Trends, metal threads in carpets and textiles is by no means a new phenomenon, but recent handmade rug and textile collections have highlighted the prevalent use in contemporary design, some even featuring...

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Material Tendencies: Piero Lissoni

Reblogged article from Architonic In the latest installment of our Architonic Material Tendencies series, we speak to Piero Lissoni, whose works represent a broad spectrum of interest – from architecture, interiors and furniture design through to graphics, photography...

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Residential

Reblogged article from Design Space Magazine This Small Hotel In The Czech Republic Is Made From Shipping Containers Artikul Architects have designed this small boutique hotel named ContainHotel (because it’s made from shipping containers), in Treboutice, Czech...

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