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Creating a new home for a marketing agency known for its creativity (Vans, Verizon, and more than 20 other brands are clients) takes more than just a few good ideas. It takes head, heart, and hustle. Luckily, those three attributes form the tagline of Rauxa, the nation’s largest female-owned agency, which had the good idea to hire Spector Group for the job.
Farrow & Ball recently unveiled an eye-catching addition to its new West Hollywood flagship: Summer, a 50-by-12-foot mural that city artist Ali Silverstein created using the brand’s proprietary paint. It’s the first installment in the company’s “creative billboard” series, which commissions large-format works from creatives who have some relationship to Los Angeles to showcase the paint’s versatility.
Juan Montoya, the acclaimed interior designer and Interior Design Hall of Famer, shares the news on his latest projects, his personal artistic hobbies, and his approach to curating the first 1stdibs x Christie's Auction House collaboration.
John Friedman and Alice Kimm are thoroughly modern architects. That said, Friedman sounds a caveat about contemporary residential design: “I’m tired of boxy, stacked architecture,” he says firmly. He and Kimm—married co–principals of John Friedman Alice Kimm Architects—were waiting for what she calls “simpatico clients who would let us explore the curved forms we’ve used in the interiors of more institutional projects.” That’s precisely what they got when a couple with multicultural heritages—including North African and South American—commissioned a new home in Santa Monica, California. Blame it on the Bossa Nova.
Submissions are now being accepted for Interior Design's 2019 Best of Year Awards, which covering a carefully curated category list from core sectors, industry favorites, and current trends to honor the top product and project designs globally.
Biophilia can be a part of a project in subtle, almost imperceptible ways and still have a huge impact on the holistic quality of that space.
Take, for example, Mohawk Group’s latest workplace carpet offering, Relaxing Floors. It won a HiP award at NeoCon 2019 for its novel conceit: that naturally occurring fractal patterns, which have been demonstrated to reduce stress, can be incorporated into contract spaces through flooring.