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Interview: Passion For Modern Concrete Furniture With James De Wulf

James De Wulf has been making and selling handmade concrete furniture for several years.He’s making concrete look sleek and modern and become known for his ability to fuse the most advanced concrete technology with beautiful, modern, and natural forms to create functional art.

Homedit: How about your background? How did you come to be a furniture designer?

James De Wulf: I stumbled into it.  My father had me groomed to get into finance but I couldn’t stay awake in the office.  I messed around with concrete a bit as a side project and fell in love with the material.  That led me into furniture.  I just follow my heart and for some reason I really really love proportion and design of dining tables.


Interview with New York Interior Designer Jamie Herzlinger

Jamie Herzlinger believes in mixing haute couture and ripped jeans, and works well within the framework of already established teams, whereby the builder and the architect are already on board.

Homedit: Were you always interested in design? Tell us about the moment when you decided this is the way to go.

Jamie Herzlinger: Growing up in a family of four generations involved in designer women’s clothing, I’ve always had an interest in design. I knew that it was going to give me a broader opportunity to work in design as interior design focuses not only on furnishings but lifestyle. I had a client that loved and personally wore all of my clothing and had asked me to design their home. This was 20 years ago, I gave up fashion and I’ve never looked back.


Interview with New York Interior Designer Tricia Foley

Tricia Foley is a New York interior designer specialized in all home design and know for her simple, classic style, her work includes retail consulting, branding, residential interior design, magazine editorial and book publishing etc., and her clients like Ralph Lauren Home, North Fork Table and Inn, Pottery Barn, Target, Sears, Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s Home Stores.

Homedit: Were you always interested in design? Tell us about the moment when you decided this is the way to go.

Tricia Foley: Yes, I think I should have known when I turned my shoeboxes into houses when I was about 8, and then as a teenager chose my babysitting jobs based on the shelter magazines the neighbors had.


Interview with Kara Smith – president/partner at sfa design

As president of sfa design, Kara Smith give us the chance to take some questions.Kara has transformed the boutique design company into an elite international firm,bringing in clientele from all over the world from Mexico to the Middle East, from South America to Asia.

Interview with Kara Smith from SFA Design

Homedit: Were you always interested in design? Tell us about the moment when you decided this is the way to go.

Kara Smith: My mom was a designer so I grew up around it, but I always thought that I wanted a different career. However, when the opportunity presented itself, I took to it so naturally and realized it really is such a wonderful career.


Interview with Benjamin Dhong a San Francisco Interior Designer

Benjamin Dhong is a San Francisco interior designer with an interesting story.“It’s not rocket science; I just read whatever I get my hands on,” he says. “But what’s most validating is the great client reactions. Once we’ve finished a project, that’s when I know I’m in the right profession.” Benjamin Dhong love mixing old and new, traditional and modern and high and low.

Homedit: Were you always interested in design? Tell us about the moment when you decided this is the way to go.

Benjamin Dhong: I stumbled into design serendipitously during a trip to Italy. My friend was celebrating his birthday by renting a palladian villa outside of Vicenza. A prominent San Francisco interior designer was on the trip and in conversations about art, history and plenty of bottles of red when I mentioned that I had plenty of free time and she invited me to work as an intern in her office when we returned.One thing led to another and within 3 years I was ready to take the plunge and go out on my own. I’ve never looked back or regretted a moment. That trip changed my life.


Interview With Tamara Kaye-Honey Who Provides A Playfully Modern Approach To Design

Tamara Kaye-Honey from House Of Honey took the challenge of answering our 13 questions which reveal an impressive experience mixing old and new with whimsical and unusual pieces,shapes and colors.Tamara combines high and low pieces and materials,both new and vintage in an unexpected way to create fresh yet timeless spaces.

Homedit: Were you always interested in design? Tell us about the moment when you decided this is the way to go.

Tamara: I’ve  always been fascinated by fashion and interiors. As a child growing up in Nova Scotia  Canada  I was fortunate enough to travel with my dad on business to cities like NYC and London and was  in awe of the magnificent styles.  I received my graduate education in NYC at The Fashion Institute of Technology and was later hired as a clothing buyer for Bergdorf Goodman.

My love of fashion easily translated into interior design. Color theory, patterns, scale etc  and  the overall skill of putting an outfit together is very similar to that of a room. I still look to fashion to help inspire an interior and truly feel they go hand in hand.


Interview with Ricardo C. Cuerva from Archipelago Design Works

It’s happening again,this time Ricardo c. Cuerva of Archipelago Design Works was kind enough to answer a few questions regarding their work, lifestyle and passion for interior design.The Archipelago offers also integrated design solutions including architecture, graphics, and illumination. They love to find everytime fresh design ideas and innovative materials for cutting edge, intelligent solutions.

Homedit: Were you always interested in design? Tell us about the moment when you decided this is the way to go.
Ricardo C. Cuerva: Yes. My father was in the construction business so I was always exposed to building. When I first visited Barcelona as a teenager, I saw the power of design and I decided I wanted to become an architect.


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