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Gregg Wallis

16
Sep

Rise of Technology in Design

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed many aspects of our world, including the relationship that architects and designers have with technology. Technology is more important than ever. InspireDesign reached out to a few architecture, design and technology leaders who have seen the changing relationship with technology and how it has affected their work. David Shove-Brown, Principal/Co-Founder,…
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09
Sep

Just Say Yes to Rugs (and Carpets)

Whether as accent pieces or full flooring, carpets and rugs can set the design tone for a room, all while offering a soft spot for your feet. Minus Collection Aquafil has partnered with Punto e Filo to launch a collection of nine pieces that bring the possibility of multiple combinations of colors and sizes. The…
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02
Sep

Designtex, West Elm & Crypton Collaborate

Designtex has released four new textile patterns with West Elm, the fourth collaboration from two companies with a shared passion for innovation and responsible design. “We were excited to work on this fourth collection with West Elm because the work we have done with them was really the first collection that started to speak to…
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24
Aug

An All-Hands Renovation

Garden Street Inn, a historic Victorian Mansion located in the heart of downtown San Luis Obispo and the most recent hotel acquisition by Kirkwood Collection, had everything in place for a grand-scale renovation this fall until the pandemic hit and changed everything. Kirkwood was challenged with figuring out a way to keep the property staff…
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21
Aug

The Great Outdoors

People are spending more time outdoors, whether because of COVID-19 protocols or just a desire to enjoy some fresh air. Here’s a look at products that make being outside more comfortable and stylish. Equinox Louvered Roof Cabana New to Tuuci’s Equinox Cabana line, the Automated Louvered Roof consists of remote-controlled tilting louvers that can be…
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19
Aug

The Future of Retail and Hospitality

InspireDesign reached out to Kevin Newman, CEO of architecture and design firm NG+P, for his take on how COVID-19 will affect retail and hospitality design. Your firm recently expanded into hospitality and retail markets after focusing primarily on multifamily and mixed use. What have you found to be the similarities and differences between those areas?…
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12
Aug

A Groovy Aspen Retreat

The W Aspen Hotel & The Sky Residences in Colorado takes its design cues from a variety of eclectic sources—from the Ute Native Americans and the silver miners of the late 19th century to the swinging counterculture of the ’60s and ’70s, the current crop of globe-trotting billionaires and its location’s history of being the…
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05
Aug

Inspired by Osaka

Zentis Osaka, the first of a new hotel brand with designs on raising the bar on select-service hospitality, recently opened in Osaka, Japan, and takes its design cues from its home city. The new, 16-story build has interior architecture and design by U.K. designer Tara Bernerd of Tara Bernerd & Partners, a dining concept conceived…
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29
Jul

Designing with Furry Friends in Mind

With more travelers choosing to take road trips for their vacations this summer, many will consider taking their furry friends along with them. InspireDesign spoke with Dorothy Willets, principal of Willetts Design and Associates, for her thoughts on pet-friendly design. Why is it important for hospitality to have interior design that is pet-friendly? I think…
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