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The Groovy New Paris Office of a Creative Agency Features a Chic Indoor Swimming Pool

Tired of their Paris apartments, colleagues at the creative agency Al Dente were recently delighted to find refuge in the company’s fashionable new headquarters. (And while the city is now under its latest lockdown order, they are no doubt eager to return.) Why? The nearly 3,800-square-foot space, which brims with boutique hotel vibes, hints at
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What Lies Behind Justina Blakeney’s Success?

Become an AD PRO Member Buy now for unlimited access and all of the benefits that only members get to experience. Arrow Design entrepreneur Justina Blakeney is in the news again with the forthcoming launch of Jungalow: Decorate Wild, due out on April 6 from Abrams. The new book follows the success of Blakeney’s best-selling
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Shop 22 Designer Show Houses Thanks to This Enormous Chairish Sale

In a year during which travel and in-person events have been severely stunted, Chairish’s annual Designer Showhouse Sale feels more opportune than ever. The online event allows shoppers to access 600-plus items previously featured in 22 prestigious U.S. decorator show houses from coast to coast. The sale’s fourth edition, which kicked off March 18 and
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These 7 Types of Design Businesses Have Actually Thrived During the Pandemic—Here’s Why

Last March, few believed (or at least accepted) that COVID-19 would still dictate our daily lives a whole year later. The 12 intervening months have wrought much devastation and misery far beyond measure. Dreams have been put on hold, businesses shuttered, hundreds of thousands of Ameicans died, and millions of unemployed or overworked folks are
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This Auction Organized by Alex Papachristidis Is Full of Design Treasures

As father to a 17-year-old Yorkie named Teddy, Alex Papachristidis makes animals as much a part of his life as interior design. “There’s nothing nicer than pets. They’re good for our blood pressure, and their love is so unconditional,” the decorator, who joined the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons (ARF) board about five years
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Sister Parish Design Unveils an Exciting Collaboration and More News This Week

From significant business changes to noteworthy product launches, there’s always something new happening in the world of design. In this weekly roundup, AD PRO has everything you need to know. Show Houses Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach Announces Its 2021 Designers Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach is making swift preparatory strokes
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“Objects USA” Gets an Encore and More News This Week

From significant business changes to noteworthy product launches, there’s always something new happening in the world of design. In this weekly roundup, AD PRO has everything you need to know. Openings “Objects USA” Gets an Encore Design history buffs received some good news this week. The much-lauded and pioneering exhibition, “Objects USA,” which opened at
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A Houston Furniture Store Has Turned Its Showrooms Into Makeshift Shelters

With Texas now in the throes of a deadly winter freeze, one of the state’s major furniture retailers is opening its doors to anyone in need of a hot meal and shelter from the cold. Since the rolling blackouts began, Texans without power or a safe place to stay have huddled in the Richmond and
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6 Reasons Designer-Client Communications Can Go Awry

Building a productive designer-client rapport is a critical step toward the success of a design job, and doing it quickly can avoid any number of unpleasant conversations later on. Are your patrons always willing and able to express what’s on their minds, though? Lack of experience is one potential impediment to dialogue. Clients who are
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Kelly Wearstler’s 7 Color Secrets

AD100 Hall of Fame designer Kelly Wearstler is known to be a master of many things (she even teaches a MasterClass). Color is just one of her areas of expertise, but it’s something she does exceptionally well. So when Wearstler joined AD editor in chief Amy Astley for an AD PRO panel presented by Farrow
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