*  Prince Egon von Fürstenberg - Wikipedia
... a book on home furnishings. He opened an interior design firm in 1981.[clarification needed] In 1991, he exhibited at Alta Moda ... "Egon von Furstenberg, 'Prince Of High Fashion,' Dies at 57", The New York Times, New York City, 12 June 2004 "This Day in ... Fürstenberg wrote two books on fashion and interior design (The Power Look, 1978, and The Power Look at Home: Decorating for ... New York, NY: Morrow Rourke, Mary (2004-06-12). "Egon von Furstenberg, 57; Gave Up Banking Career for Fashion Design". Los ...
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*  Barry Goralnick - Wikipedia
2016 Interior Design Magazine BoY - Best of Year Award. 2017 New York Cottages & Gardens Award IDA Innovation in Design Award ... recognized for his work in the fields of architecture and interior design, and for the design of home furnishings that include ... Since 1995, Goralnick has been a member of the Designers Collaborative, a New York-based network of leading interior design ... the Pacific Design Center and the San Francisco Design Center. He is a Registered Architect in New York, New Jersey, ...
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*  Margery Hoffman Smith - Wikipedia
... interior designer, and lecturer, known as the "grande dame of arts and crafts" for her interior design work at the Timberline ... As assistant state director of the Federal Art Project, she was in charge of the handcrafted furnishings that were made for the ... Dow at the Art Students League of New York, and studied painting at the Portland Museum Art School. In January 1918, she ... After he died, she opened her own interior design studio in 1959. Sarah Muro has written, "Smith is best known for her work at ...
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*  Jake Leith - Wikipedia
The latter included the design and supply of furnishing fabrics to Jack Lenor-Larsen in New York. Free-lance work during this ... designing and manufacturing printed furnishing fabrics and interior textiles for markets in Asia, Europe and North America. ... In 1984, Leith returned to the UK and became a Textile Advisor/Interior Designer for Europa Shop Equipment. Design projects ... Since 1986 he has been the senior partner of the interior design company, The Jake Leith Partnership. Particular areas of ...
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*  Norbert Troller - Wikipedia
from 1922 Single-family residences' interiors. Brno, Czechoslovakia, 1922 - 1939, 1948 - 1949 Interior furnishing: lamps, ... in the Building Bureau of the National Jewish Welfare Board in New York. He produced about 80 designs of those projects. The ... In 1958 he opened his own practice, and was involved in the design of residential houses, interiors of offices, showrooms, ... The University of North Carolina Press, 1991.ISBN 978-0-8078-1965-4 Magazine Interior Design. May, 1953, pp. 74 - 79 Newspaper ...
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*  Marcel Breuer - Wikipedia
New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1996. A Design Student's Guide to the New York World's Fair. New York: PM Magazine ... One of the most intact examples of Breuer's furniture and interior design work during this period is the Frank House in ... "Furnishing and the Contemporary House." [handwritten manuscript] "Horizont" (the blue horizon), n.d. "Das innere des hauses" [ ... New York 1951 Pack House - Scarsdale, New York 1951 Witalis House - Kings Point, New York 1951 Sarah Lawrence College - Arts ...
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*  Mel Smilow - Wikipedia
After immigrating to the United States and settling in New York City, her family opened Kern Interiors, a modern furnishings ... "Designing Women". Chicago Tribune. September 11, 1988. "Inventory of Mel Smilow". The Annex. "Westchester Guide". The New York ... modern furniture and other interior furnishings, with retail outlets located in the greater metropolitan New York area and ... Smilow loved the designs of the homes, which integrated the forms and proportions of the outside world with the design and ...
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*  Arthur Nadel - Wikipedia
He attempted to expand an interior decorating business-the Sarasota Design Gallery, which sold unusual furnishings and original ... Nadel worked his way through New York University, and in 1957, graduated from New York University Law School, playing piano in ... In truth, Nadel's trading resulted in an overall net loss in the funds," the U.S. Attorney's Office in New York said in a ... the U.S. Attorney's Office in New York said in a statement. Nadel also claimed to investors that his purchases and sales of ...
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*  Bruce Bosley - Wikipedia
During the next 11 years he remodeled two other estates in Hillsborough as president of Interior Design, a home building, ... remodeling, interior decorating, furnishing and real-estate company. Bosley became part-owner of a wholesale electrical supply ... It would be difficult for me to believe that I will see his equal again in our area." [1] New York Times obituary. ... team from 1946-1969 and he was named to the college football's 75th Silver Anniversary Team in 1981. Bosley, a member of the ...
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*  Lella Vignelli - Wikipedia
... for which they designed the airline's iconic logo (1967); and the New York City Subway, for which they designed the sign ... Finally in 1978, Vignelli became the CEO of Vignelli Designs, being a talented designer in the fields of interiors and product ... the International Furnishings and Designer Association (IFDA), and the Decorators Club of New York. She and her husband were ... She used subtractive design, rather than additive design, to restrain her own influence and allow the essence of the design to ...
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*  Seagram Building - Wikipedia
The interior was designed to assure cohesion with the external features, repeated in the glass and bronze furnishings and ... New York City. The integral plaza, building, stone faced lobby and distinctive glass and bronze exterior were designed by ... Philip Johnson designed the interior of The Four Seasons and Brasserie restaurants. Severud Associates were the structural ... It was designed as the headquarters for the Canadian distillers Joseph E. Seagram & Sons with the active interest of Phyllis ...
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*  Yellow Oval Room - Wikipedia
The American interior designer Sister Parish established the basic design of the room by painting the walls a soft yellow, ... The furnishings today are mostly in the Louis XVI style, assembled during the Kennedy restoration. Two short columns of green ... Following the Truman reconstruction the room was decorated by B. Altman and Company, New York with reproduction traditional ... The French interior designer Stéphane Boudin built upon Parish's contributions, replacing the Truman era hotel style furniture ...
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*  Harvey Probber - Wikipedia
... by Judith Gura for Interior Design. 2. "A Dream of A (Designed) Couch" by Julie Lasky for The New York Times. 3. "The Fairest ... Interior Design, May 1979, p.32). In 1957, home furnishings editor Grace Madley referred to him as "one of the nation's leaders ... The Harvey Probber Design Archive recently signed an agreement with M2L to reintroduce his iconic furnishings to the American ... Interiors, June 1951, p. 120 (The Good Design exhibitions took place from 1950 to 1955). The Roscoe awards were presented ...
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*  Jeff Banks - Wikipedia
... and so transferred to studying interior design and latterly textiles at Saint Martin's School of Art, and then fashion at New ... York's Parsons The New School for Design. Banks holds honorary degrees from the University of Lancaster, East London, Newcastle ... and home furnishings. Born in Ebbw Vale, Wales, Banks co-founded the fashion chain Warehouse in the late 1970s. He later ... In May 2010 he offered to design the match-day 'walk-on' suits for the cash-strapped Portsmouth F.C. team for their FA Cup ...
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*  George Freedman - Wikipedia
Interior Design, No. 9, pp. 64-75. Remington, Kaye, c. 1984, 'Colour block', Interior Design Ripley, Amy, 2016, 'Master put ... Born in New York, where he studied architecture at Syracuse University, Freedman arrived in Sydney in 1968 and later designed ... and commitment to high-quality furnishings (often imported signature classics)[5]. He was respected also for his sophisticated ... Roach, Peter, 1986, 'Heaven's gate', Interior Design (guest ed. George Freedman), No. 4, Rowley, Tandy, 1985, 'The interior ...
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*  Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens - Wikipedia
New York City interior designer Hugo Huber and Cleveland architect, Charles Schneider. Schneider originally pitched his design ... Huber compromised by integrating a selection of Tudor antiques in with contemporary 1915 furnishings that were made to look ... Interior designer Hugo Huber worked with Gertrude Seiberling to furnish the home's interior. The pair made frequent shopping ... The long, sprawling Manor House is 64,500 square feet and includes six floors at various points in the house's design. In ...
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*  Clara Porset - Wikipedia
Noyes, Eliot, Organic Design in Home Furnishings. Exh. Cat. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1941. Porset, Clara, et al. El ... During this time, she gave lectures to educated the public about modern design and promoted using the term interior design ... Moderno: Design for Living in Brazil, Mexico, and Venezuela, 1940-1978. New York: Americas Society, forthcoming 2015. Bermúdez ... It hired her to design and develop furnishings for architectural projects around Mexico. She signed a contract to develop two ...
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*  Dale and Patricia Keller - Wikipedia
Interior Design. 52 (2): 218-221. Bernikow, Louise (September 1987). "Asian Mystique: Dale and Patricia Keller's New York ... Instead of utilizing standardized interior furniture, furnishings and finishes in their interiors, they explored and researched ... Interior Design. 66 (8): 86-89. Craig, Kellogg (June 2004). "High Hopes". Interior Design: 182-185. Lowe, David (February 1981 ... 1961- Listed as number one in interior design magazine list of Giants in Hotel Design 1965 - Appointed for first luxury resort ...
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*  Victorian fashion - Wikipedia
A mid-Victorian interior: Hide and Seek by James Tissot, c. 1877 Dress designed by Charles Frederick Worth for Elisabeth of ... New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art. p. 45. Audin, Heather (2015). Making Victorian Costumes for Women. Crowood. p. 45. ... Home furnishing was not necessarily ornate or overstuffed. However, those who could afford lavish draperies and expensive ... It matched with the tight fit women's small waist in the design, and the shoulder sleeve seamline was drooped more to show a ...
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*  Vienna Museum - Wikipedia
Haertl was also responsible for the interior design, down to the furnishing of the director's office. The museum opened on 23 ... Exhibition on Arnulf Rainer which travels on to New York City and Chicago 1993: Exhibition on Red Vienna 1995: Exhibition on ... Designs were evaluated by a jury which was chaired by the architect Franz Schuster and whose other members were the architects ... A design contest was organised, in which 13 architects were specifically invited to take part (including Clemens Holzmeister, ...
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*  Richard Riemerschmid - Wikipedia
According to Anne Wealleans, Designing Liners: A History of Interior Design Afloat, Abingdon, Oxfordshire/New York: Routledge, ... Furnishings removed in 2010. 1899: "Music salon" interior, shown at the German Art Exhibition in Dresden 1900: "The art-lover's ... were to have co-designed the interiors of the never finished SS Columbus of 1914. The furniture in his 1899 show interiors was ... He began designing furniture because he could not find what he wanted for his flat after his marriage. In 1903-04 he designed a ...
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*  Italian design - Wikipedia
Italian design refers to all forms of design in Italy, including interior design, urban design, fashion design and ... In 1926, a new style of furnishing emerged in Italy, known as "Razionalismo", or "Rationalism". The most successful and famous ... Both these cities annually compete with other major international centres, such as Paris, New York City, London and Tokyo. ... with Pop and post-modern interiors, the phrases "Bel Design" and "Linea Italiana" entered the vocabulary of furniture design. ...
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*  Lomaland - Wikipedia
The unusual truss design in the interior of the building emphasized the square and the circle, which were symbolic of heaven ... The interior furnishings he carved for the Academy Building were influenced by the Symbolist style popular in Europe at that ... AMS Press, New York 1979; ISBN 0-404-60068-9 Hine, Robert V. (1953). California's Utopian Colonies. San Marino, Calif.: ... Cabrillo Historical Association, San Diego 1981 Greenwalt, Emmett A.: The Point Loma community in California, 1897-1942, a ...
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*  Jack Lenor Larsen - Wikipedia
He also designed the textiles for use in the interior of Braniff's new Boeing 747 in 1970. Examples of Larsen's work are ... He currently lives in New York City. Since the 1950s he has designed thousands of fabric patterns and textiles, many associated ... From the beginning, Jack Lenor Larsen's distinctive hand-woven furnishing fabrics with random repeats in variegated, natural ... In 1951 the interior designer Florence Knoll turned down his textile designs as too "individualistic", but by 1953, she was ...
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*  Jim McWilliams - Wikipedia
After moving to New York City in 1968, McWilliams expanded his design work to include clothing and interiors. Under the ... He also gained notice for the "imaginative and provocative" furnishings and decorative objects, made entirely of paper, with ... New York, NY: Saturday Review Press. ISBN 978-0-8415-0229-1. Rothfuss, Joan (2014). Topless Cellist: The Improbable Life of ... In 1966, he took part in the 4th festival, held in New York's Central Park, with a work entitled American Picnic, an audience ...
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