Widely admired for his keen understanding of architecture and design, Jamie Bush is recognized for his ability to mix period and contemporary furnishings with a fresh and discriminating view. Go Design Go shadowed Jamie as he stopped into his favorite showrooms in the PDC and scouted products that caught his eye. Read on to see what Jamie found at David Sutherland, Holly Hunt, Kneedler Fauchere, Ralph Pucci and Thomas Lavin.
Last Thursday the PDC hosted its annual Fall Market with a keynote presentation that celebrated Traditional Home’s 25th anniversary. Tradition and history are coded within the magazine’s editorial identity, and moderator Krissa Rossbund, Senior Style Editor, invited design panelists Chris Barrett, Trip Haenisch and Jamie Bush to contextualize the past 25 years with a discussion about the changes in the design industry to evolution their careers and personal experience. Read more.
Pindler is proud to present our new Exclusive Big Sky Collection. This collection is an authentic Southwestern grouping that gets its inspiration from classic design icons of the American Indian culture. Known for their use of simple geometry of symbolic design, much of their textiles incorporated the art of balance within nature. These fabrics are reminiscent of vintage serape stripes, blankets, and hand-woven textiles. The patterns in the Big Sky Collection are exclusive to Pindler and have been colored in updated desert tones and classic Southwest colors with subtle accent colors. The Big Sky Collection is a selection of seven designs that each meet a minimum of 30,000 double rubs.
To get a look at what catches his eye, Go Design Go invited Jeff Andrews to the PDC | Pacific Design Center where he stopped into his go-to showrooms and chose his five current favorite products. Read more.
Armani/Casa is proud to present the Armani/Casa Exclusive Wallcoverings Collection, our first range of wallpaper. Designed by Giorgio Armani, the inaugural collection offers a wide range of refined designs and uses the most exquisite of materials. Silk, woven with a special metallic thread, accompanies large “marble” motifs. Shantung silk, with its irregular slub yarns, creates interplays of opaqueness and brightness for panels with palm tree designs in delicate shades of light blue / beige and sepia. A trompe l’oeil landscape is rendered in soft shades on a grey background. Sisal, a fibre derived from the agave plant, is interwoven with – and embellished with – a subtle metallic thread that adds brightness to a shell motif in shades of beige and light blue, which has an almost natural look. Each wallcovering is a perfect complement to the Armani/Casa home line and brings an elegant decorative signature to any interior. Now available for order at any Armani/Casa showroom. www.armanicasa.com