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Interview with Todd Bracher About His Artistic Vision
“It’s been 25 years now and it feels like time has gone fast,” Bracher reflects during an exclusive chat. Son of a cabinet maker and a school teacher, Bracher’s path to design was anything but conventional. “I grew up with a poster of 1,000 chairs from Vitra in my room. My parents aren’t design fans, so I don’t know how it got there. But I would sit every night in bed and study this poster,” Bracher recalls.
Interview with Annalisa Rosso, the Editorial Director and Cultural Advisor of the Salone del Mobile Editorial, Milan, Journalism, Culture, Edition, Advisor, Event, Director
Interview with Annalisa Rosso, the Editorial Director and Cultural Advisor of the Salone del Mobile
Against the backdrop of Milan’s spring and burgeoning design fair, I caught up with Annalisa Rosso, the Editorial Director and Cultural Advisor of the Salone del Mobile, who talked about the success of the 62nd edition of Italy’s grandest design event alongside expressing thoughts on contemporary design and critical journalism.
Herefordshire to Hollywood: The Oscar Story of Production Designer James Price Friends, Reading, British, Oscar Wins, Oscar Winners, Herefordshire, James, Hollywood
Herefordshire to Hollywood: The Oscar Story of Production Designer James Price
For James, seeing his family, friends, and compatriots joyful is an emotion that eclipses even the loftiest of awards and surpasses moments of childhood struggles. Amidst the glitz and glamour of the Academy and the BAFTA, the British Production Designer is reminded of his true purpose as an artist; which is not to chase accolades but to sculpt narratives that resonate with audiences for years to come.
Got an idea? ‘Prelaunch’ it to Validate Product-Market Fit From 200M People Community Fitness, 200m, Products, Product Launch, Marketing, Investing, Community, For Free
Got an idea? ‘Prelaunch’ it to Validate Product-Market Fit From 200M People Community
Prelaunch, is what the name suggests; a platform designed for creators to test their new ideated products before launch. It helps them gauge whether the idea fits an existing market, by allowing potential customers to place small deposits, and/or solve a consumer problem before investing in its R&D.
Promoting Sustainability is the Core Commitment of Salone del Mobile: Maria Porro Stage, New Trends, Discover, Trends
Promoting Sustainability is the Core Commitment of Salone del Mobile: Maria Porro
Stressing on this year’s event, Porro informed, “The title (theme) of this Salone is ‘Where Design Evolves’. So we focus on the idea of evolution because Salone is a place where you discover new trends. It’s a stage where the companies present new products, and it’s also a place where the design community gathers together. So, what one can expect from the Salone this year, is the possibility of creating new and interesting connections.
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Interview With Jerry Terry of Decathlon Tiny Homes
Terry’s keen understanding of customers’ needs coupled with an authentic approach to salesmanship and marketing played a crucial role in establishing Decathlon’s presence in the tiny house market. Speaking of the former, customer satisfaction is paramount at Decathlon Tiny Homes. Terry and his team like keeping things transparent with their client, so whether it is the initial consultation, the material used in the construction, or the TAT for the final delivery, the Decathlon Tiny Homes are always on their toes and working closely with clients to bring their vision to life.
Interior Designer Wendy Glaister Interview With Homecrux Commercial, Interior, Tours, Country, Interior Design, Commercial Interior Design, Commercial Interiors
Interior Designer Wendy Glaister Interview With Homecrux
Wendy is an award-winning luxury residential and commercial interior designer. She is renowned for her industry tours and engaging panel discussions at markets across the country. She’s currently working on several remodels and projects from blueprints, from primary residences to second homes. She is known for warm, elegant interior solutions that demonstrate a love for gracious living all while exercising stewardship in the interest of her clients.
Interior Designer John Cialone on AI, Wellness Layouts, and Impact of Design Layout, People, Chicago, Interior Designers, In Design, Board Of Directors
Interior Designer John Cialone on AI, Wellness Layouts, and Impact of Design
We got into a conversation with interior designer John Cialone, Chair of the ASID National Board of Directors, and Partner and Vice President of Chicago-based Tom Stringer Design Partners. In this conversation, Cialone talks about AI in design, the importance of wellness layouts, and the impact of design on people’s lives.
From Fury Road to Furiosa: Colin Gibson on his Mad Life and Fiery Gas Guzzlers Jokes, Man, Person, Witty, Mad, Die, Laugh
From Fury Road to Furiosa: Colin Gibson on his Mad Life and Fiery Gas Guzzlers
He is such a likable man that you may even find yourself considering taking him on a journey through a post-apocalyptic desert wasteland where petrol and water are precious commodities. After all, even if you die from thirst, at least you’ll have someone cracking a joke about why whiskey tastes better than water.
Interview with Shundra Harris Interiors Play, Interiors, Our Environment, Behavior, Stereotype, Impact
Interview with Shundra Harris Interiors
In a broader sense, design has an enormous impact in and on our lives, shaping our experiences, emotions, and how we perceive our environments, and even the world at large. The power of design helps us to elevate our behaviors, modulate our moods, and find solace and deep satisfaction. Our homes are no longer just places of dwelling, but through design have become where we live well, sometimes work, play, learn, rest, and heal.
Interview with London Design Festival Director Ben Evans London, London Design Festival, The London, London Design, London Uk
Interview with London Design Festival Director Ben Evans
“We had 35 projects in the first year, and within four years we had 300, so it reached a maturity very quickly,” Evans mentions. Over the decade though, the festival swiftly burgeoned into a global phenomenon, attracting millions of visitors from London, UK, and across the globe. As the festival cherishes its third decade, Homecrux caught up with Ben Evans for an exclusive interview, where we delve into his personal and professional journey.
Interview with Sung-Gul Hwang, Design Head, LG Lg Electronics, Exhibition, Don T Have, The Future, Future, Traffic, Oled Tv
Interview with Sung-Gul Hwang, Design Head, LG
“I’m pretty sure that we had the most traffic among all booths, but the number of visits is one dimension of the whole show. What’s important is that your exhibition is very intuitively set up, so visitors don’t have to read through things, and I believe that is what we succeeded at,” Hwang states upon being asked about LG’s presence at CES 2024.
Interview With Isabella Alveberg, CEO Snøhetta Architecture, Software, Leadership, Leadership Roles, Business Operations, Strategic, Company
Interview With Isabella Alveberg, CEO Snøhetta
The Norwegian-born executive has been the CEO of the global architectural and design company since 2018. Before joining Snohetta, she worked as Vice President for Business Operations at Avast Software and had several leadership roles at Microsoft. “I am not a designer. I’m interested in understanding the business aspect of what we do, being both strategic and opportunistic, and finding ways to build a structure where needed,” she states.
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Interview with ChillBaby CEO Jason Lowe
Cammy attracted significant attention from baby product manufacturers, who recognized the potential of integrating such smart technology into their product lines. We decided to catch up with the company’s CEO Jason Lowe to have more insight into the technology and its future. Here is what he had to say.
Claire Kaufman Reveals How She Got Oppenheimer
I came on to Oppenheimer as a set decorator late. Ruth De Jong (Production Designer) had called me and said that she and Chris had decided to make a creative change. Would you be interested in coming on board? And of course, no one is going to say no,” Kaufman disclosed in an exclusive interview with Homecrux.