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Albino Girl Gets Abandoned As A Baby, Grows Up To Become A Vogue Model (20 Pics)

Xueli is an albino girl who was abandoned and left outside of an orphanage as a baby back in China due to her genetic condition. At the age of three, she was adopted by the Abbing family and moved to The Netherlands where she eventually entered the modeling industry at the age of eleven. Fast forward to today, and Xueli is now a published model who has worked with many well-known brands and even appeared in an issue of Vogue!

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Expand Your Perspective At Platform

Platform: A Retreat for Design Visionaries, September 18-20, 2019 at the Rancho Bernardo Inn in San Diego, will spark your curiosity and challenge your perspective by providing the opportunity to break away from your daily routine and engage with fellow leaders in the design profession. Specifically designed for the principals, partners, and owners (PPOs) of design firms, Platform convenes the best of the best, the true visionaries of the design community, for a summit that provides an arena for relationship building, interaction, and idea sharing that moves the entire industry forward as a united community. Platform is a catalyst for innovation and collaboration, and explores leadership through the viewpoints of influencers in business, technology, entrepreneurship, public affairs, and more, providing a forum for conversation about the future of design.

SEPTEMBER 18-20, 2019
RANCHO BERNARDO INN | SAN DIEGO

Platform is intended for design principals, partners, and owners – those in decision making and influential positions within their organizations. To register to attend Platform, you must have an access code. If you do not have an access code, please apply here.

REGISTER

SPEAKERS

A highly curated roster of speakers will bring fresh perspectives in interactive ways.

Butterscotch
Singer | Beatboxer
Songwriter | Musician

Seth Stephens-Davidowitz
Author, “Everybody Lies”
Former Google Data Scientist
The New York Times Opinion Writer

 YOUR EXPERIENCE

When you attend Platform in San Diego, you’ll be among fellow visionaries and design industry thought leaders, building the relationships necessary to move a united design industry forward. Your curated experience will provide moments of meaningful engagement with peers and speakers, while unique dining events and intentional small group forums will encourage thought provoking discussions.

“Platform gave me a rare opportunity – a focused moment to reenergize with other leaders in the design industry, to reflect on my role as a designer, and to forge new relationships and partnerships to last beyond our time together.”

–Elizabeth Von Lehe, Allied ASID, Design + Brand Strategy Principal, HDR

“Platform was a breath of fresh inspiration. It was truly a retreat in that it allowed me to reset my creative energies, but it was also a phenomenal opportunity to connect with top talent and top thinkers. I learned a great deal about the big ideas impacting design today and made fabulous connections that I hope to maintain throughout my career.”

–John Cialone, ASID, NCIDQ | Design Director, Vice President, and Partner, Tom Stringer Design Partners

 

The Schedule  →

Committee
Tamie Glass, ASID
Interior Design Program Director
Committee
Tamie Glass, ASID
Interior Design Program Director
Committee
Tamie Glass, ASID
Interior Design Program Director


TOPICS

Entice your curiosity and be exposed to the topics that will shape the future of your profession. Be ahead of what’s next and challenge yourself to take what you learn to your practice.

 

LOCATION

Experience the rolling hills and beautiful seashore of San Diego, home to some of the best weather in the United States. Your home in San Diego will be the spectacular Rancho Bernardo Inn, a destination that will provide memorable experiences for you and your fellow Platform attendees. A place to play, relax, unwind, reconnect, and find a little time for yourself, every element, experience, and detail has been calculated to perfection at the warm and welcoming Rancho Bernardo Inn.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Venue + Travel →

 

 

OUR SPONSORS

 

 

 

 

 

Benjamin Moore=
Cosentino
Signature Kitchen Suite
HNI
 

Media Sponsor

ADVISORY COMMITTEE


David Levo
Principal and Board Director, Perkins Eastman

Ken Wilson, ASID, AIA
Design Principal, Perkins+Will

Patty Dominguez
Vice President, Architect and Design Sales, Cosentino

Zach Elkin
General Manager and Senior Director, Signature Kitchen Suite

Christine Handy
Director, Architect and Designer Segment, Benjamin Moore & Co.

A.J. Paron-Wildes, Allied ASID, LEED AP ID+C, WELL AP
National Architectural and Design Manager, Allsteel

Rachelle Schoessler Lynn, FASID, LEED Fellow
Senior Associate, MSR Design 

  • When

  • September 18, 2019 – September 20, 2019
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  • Where

  • Rancho Bernardo Inn
    17550 Bernardo Oaks Dr
    San Diego, CA 92128
    USA
  • Presented By

  • ASID Events
  • Contact UsContact Us
Committee
Tamie Glass, ASID
Interior Design Program Director
Committee
Tamie Glass, ASID
Interior Design Program Director
b

Committee
Tamie Glass, ASID
Interior Design Program Director

 

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CBRE Furniture Forum Sparks Launch of Two Industry Disruptors

Husband-and-wife team Jeffrey and Lindsay Braun.

Nearly two years ago, commercial real estate company, CBRE, embarked on a yearlong journey to uncomplicate the process behind furniture buying. The question was simple: What can we do better? In November 2017, the CBRE Furniture Forum released a list of 15 recommendations designed to unravel the complicated web of the furniture-buying process. The high-level, process-improvement ideas include, among others, bringing a dealer designer in as a sub to the A&D firm and increasing process efficiency.

Fast-forward to spring 2018, when the owners of a Los Angeles furniture company read the results and recommendations of the CBRE study with great interest. The report’s results prompted husband-and-wife team Jeffrey and Lindsay Braun to make a dramatic decision: sell their 17-year-old company, Jeffrey Braun Furniture, to pioneer something new.

Enter Platform, an in-house furniture design and manufacturing division of Unisource Solutions, and Emblem, a company that breaks the mold of contract furniture acquisition.

Lindsay Braun, founder and CEO of Emblem, explains what provoked the pivot: “There were problems and inefficiencies in the old model that drove Jeffrey and me nuts. We were frustrated with the multiple layers between our company and the end user. There were so many opportunities for incorrect interpretations and faulty assumptions,” she says. “It felt good to see the problems we were experiencing addressed in black and white by the Furniture Forum. Jeffrey and I were fully worn down by the current sales process, and we thought, Do we still want to do this? Is this solving the end users’ problem? How could we expand on this model?”

Addressing the Need for Enhanced Dealer-Designer Relationships

At the time, Lindsay and Jeffrey thought perhaps they could be a dedicated vendor for one of their strongest dealer clients, Unisource Solutions. But instead, Jeffrey was recruited by Unisource Solutions and now serves as executive vice president of Platform, its new, in-house design and manufacturing division—a direct result of the dealer-designer prediction from the Furniture Forum.

“We approached Unisource’s leadership with an idea and a feeling that we could all be doing a better job servicing customers,” Jeffrey explains. “I had designed furniture for several of Unisource’s clients over the years and worked with their team as a vendor. Rick and I started talking about the possibilities of doing away with the vendor layer altogether.”

Fox Aftershock / Custom seating, Platform by Unisource Solutions.

Rick Bartlett, president of Unisource Solutions, says his team had already been discussing the best way to innovate new solutions and create greater efficiency for their clients. “The timing was perfect,” Bartlett says. “We knew that our clients and the A&D community were actively searching for residential-inspired, ancillary furniture for their workspaces. The demand for this type of furniture was increasing, and we needed a new approach. Jeffrey’s knowledge of furniture design and manufacturing enabled us to innovate an entirely different solution.”

As part of Platform, Jeffrey is now designing custom furniture for clients at Unisource Solutions. In less than a year, Jeffrey and his team have installed furniture for Google, Warner Brothers’ Music, and Aftershock Games, helping each of these companies reflect its brand, culture, and vision in its spaces with bespoke furniture solutions. By integrating the designer into the dealer model earlier in the process, the company can condense the timeline and provide an open line of communication between the designer and the account manager/dealer.

Custom seating for Google Spruce Goose project, Platform by Unisource Solutions.

And Jeffrey’s not stopping there.

“We’ve designed an exclusive line of furniture available only from Unisource Solutions,” he says. “These are workhorse seating designs that every office environment needs, but because I’m working closely with local manufacturers, we also offer easy custom adjustments. Our goal is to give our clients more control, better design, and greater efficiency with every project.”

Streamlining Delivery Time Through Process Integration

While Jeffrey Braun was eliminating frustrations and boosting creativity at the dealership level, Lindsay Braun was working on an entirely different set of pain points. In the past several years, she had noticed more of her designer and dealership clients specifying and buying residential retail furniture instead of contract furniture. She was asking herself, How can I provide a quick and easy commercial-grade solution?

Lindsay acknowledged that Jeffrey Braun Furniture was simply not set up to take on this challenge, so she began working on Emblem: a vertically integrated contract furniture company designed with the lofty goal of delivering commercial-grade construction, fabric, details, and finishes in just three to four weeks.

Simply stated, Emblem is setting out to offer the online retail experience with commercial-grade quality.

Emblem’s Bend Sofa, Bend Chair, and Capital Chair.

Scheduled to launch this month, Emblem initially will offer 17 seating designs with seven fabric offerings and four metal finish options. Each piece is designed and built in California. Dealerships and designers will receive a trade discount, but business owners will also be able to buy online directly from Emblem’s website.

“I wanted to give designers and dealerships a quick furniture solution they would feel confident about,” Lindsay explains. “Emblem is beautifully designed. It’s built for high-use environments. Our textiles are commercial grade with stain resistance and a minimum 100,000 double rubs. Emblem has the same high quality that designers expect in furniture for their commercial projects.”

Responding to concerns about giving businesses a way to buy contract furniture without a dealer, Lindsay says, “Most of these companies are not engaging a dealer. They are buying furniture online because they aren’t being serviced by the contract furniture industry or the dealership model. The more we can help businesses understand the benefit of contract furniture, the more they will find value in a thoughtful, efficient dealership model.

“If a small business needs a sofa and two chairs for a lobby, I want to give them the autonomy to easily find pricing, make a decision, and buy commercial-grade furniture for their own space,” Lindsay continues. “When that same business grows and needs desking systems and other services, they will already see the value in contract furniture versus going the residential retail route.”

Jeffrey Braun, Executive Vice President of Platform and Lindsay Braun, Founder and CEO of Emblem.

When asked why they would sell their furniture business and take on the risks involved with launching two new companies, Lindsay and Jeffrey say the decision was simple. “This all happened in just one year after we heard the results of the CBRE study,” Lindsay states. “The study resonated with us and was a major factor in our decision. Jeffrey and I have always wanted to serve the industry and our clients in the best way we could, and these new ventures are the results. We did this because we believe this is the way the industry should function.”

 Amanda Schneider is President of ThinkLab, the research division of Interior Design magazine. At ThinkLab, we combine Interior Design magazine’s incredible reach within the architecture and design community with proven market research techniques to uncover relevant trends and opportunities that connect back to brand and business goals in a thought-provoking, creative, and actionable way. Join in to know what’s next at https://thinklab.design/join-in/

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Relax. Engage. Change The Future

Platform: A Retreat for Design Visionaries, September 18-20, 2019 at the Rancho Bernardo Inn in San Diego, will spark your curiosity and challenge your perspective by providing the opportunity to break away from your daily routine and engage with fellow leaders in the design profession. Specifically designed for the principals, partners, and owners (PPOs) of design firms, Platform convenes the best of the best, the true visionaries of the design community, for a summit that provides an arena for relationship building, interaction, and idea sharing that moves the entire industry forward as a united community. Platform is a catalyst for innovation and collaboration, and explores leadership through the viewpoints of influencers in business, technology, entrepreneurship, public affairs, and more, providing a forum for conversation about the future of design.

SEPTEMBER 18-20, 2019
RANCHO BERNARDO INN | SAN DIEGO

Platform is intended for design principals, partners, and owners – those in decision making and influential positions within their organizations. To register to attend Platform, you must have an access code. If you do not have an access code, please apply here

REGISTER

SPEAKERS

 

A highly curated roster of speakers will bring fresh perspectives in interactive ways.

 

Butterscotch
Singer | Beatboxer
Songwriter | Musician

Seth Stephens-Davidowitz
Author, “Everybody Lies”
Former Google Data Scientist
The New York Times Opinion Writer

YOUR EXPERIENCE

When you attend Platform in San Diego, you’ll be among fellow visionaries and design industry thought leaders, building the relationships necessary to move a united design industry forward. Your curated experience will provide moments of meaningful engagement with peers and speakers, while unique dining events and intentional small group forums will encourage thought provoking discussions.

“Platform gave me a rare opportunity – a focused moment to reenergize with other leaders in the design industry, to reflect on my role as a designer, and to forge new relationships and partnerships to last beyond our time together.”

–Elizabeth Von Lehe, Allied ASID, Design + Brand Strategy Principal, HDR

“Platform was a breath of fresh inspiration. It was truly a retreat in that it allowed me to reset my creative energies, but it was also a phenomenal opportunity to connect with top talent and top thinkers. I learned a great deal about the big ideas impacting design today and made fabulous connections that I hope to maintain throughout my career.”

–John Cialone, ASID, NCIDQ | Design Director, Vice President, and Partner, Tom Stringer Design Partners

The Schedule  →

Committee
Tamie Glass, ASID
Interior Design Program Director
Committee
Tamie Glass, ASID
Interior Design Program Director
Committee
Tamie Glass, ASID
Interior Design Program Director

 


TOPICS

 

Entice your curiosity and be exposed to the topics that will shape the future of your profession. Be ahead of what’s next and challenge yourself to take what you learn to your practice.

 

 

LOCATION

Experience the rolling hills and beautiful seashore of San Diego, home to some of the best weather in the United States. Your home in San Diego will be the spectacular Rancho Bernardo Inn, a destination that will provide memorable experiences for you and your fellow Platform attendees. A place to play, relax, unwind, reconnect, and find a little time for yourself, every element, experience, and detail has been calculated to perfection at the warm and welcoming Rancho Bernardo Inn.

Venue + Travel →

OUR SPONSORS

 

Benjamin Moore=
Cosentino
Signature Kitchen Suite
HNI
 

            Media Sponsor

ADVISORY COMMITTEE


David Levo
Principal and Board Director, Perkins Eastman

Ken Wilson, ASID, AIA
Design Principal, Perkins+Will

Patty Dominguez
Vice President, Architect and Design Sales, Cosentino

Zach Elkin
General Manager and Senior Director, Signature Kitchen Suite

Christine Handy
Director, Architect and Designer Segment, Benjamin Moore & Co.

A.J. Paron-Wildes, Allied ASID, LEED AP ID+C, WELL AP
National Architectural and Design Manager, Allsteel

Rachelle Schoessler Lynn, FASID, LEED Fellow
Senior Associate, MSR Design 

  • When

  • September 18, 2019 – September 20, 2019
  • Add to CalendarAdd to Calendar
  • Where

  • Rancho Bernardo Inn
    17550 Bernardo Oaks Dr
    San Diego, CA 92128
    USA
  • Presented By

  • ASID Events
  • Contact UsContact Us
Committee
Tamie Glass, ASID
Interior Design Program Director
Committee
Tamie Glass, ASID
Interior Design Program Director
b

Committee
Tamie Glass, ASID
Interior Design Program Director

 

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11 Product Highlights from Clerkenwell Design Week

Clerkenwell Design Week—which took place in one of London’s most vibrant districts—celebrated its 10th anniversary from May 21-23. The United Kingdom’s leading independent design festival showcased seven exhibitions in different venues, each with a specific focus: Design Fields for international contemporary design; Platform for emerging talent; Project for a selection of contract furniture and surface brands; British Collection for UK designers; Detail for fine craftsmanship; Elements for ironmongery, hardware, switch plates and architectural accessories; and Light for international lighting brands.

Over three days, professionals and visitors had the opportunity to discover pop-ups and installations, and to attend workshops and talks. Around 100 showrooms were involved in the 2019 edition, including Arper, Bert Frank, Deadgood, Hitch Mylius, Mapei, Piemme Ce, Sedus, and Workstories, among many others. Here are our top 11 products from the show.

1. Bristol Light by Deadgood Studio

Image courtesy of Clerkenwell Design Week.

To celebrate its 15th birthday, British design brand Deadgood presented an installation of the Bristol Light, which is designed in house. Available in cobalt blue or clear crystal, the modern pendant lamp is created with the traditional free-blown glassmaking technique.

Read more: The Best of Euroluce: 15 Innovative Lighting Products

2. Rails by Gwendoline Porte

Image courtesy of Clerkenwell Design Week.

 

Inspired by the form of railway tracks, the Rails collection comprises a series of playful and ergonomic limited-edition functional sculptures. “We spend a lot of time working, while wireless technology enables us to move around more freely,” says Gwendoline Porte. “I wanted to match that flexibility with a collection of timeless modules that suit the way we live and work now, whether in contemporary office spaces, hotel lobbies, or home living areas.”

3. Dawn to Dusk by Haberdashery

Image courtesy of Clerkenwell Design Week.

 

For the first time on display in the UK, the timeless Dawn to Dusk lamp by London-based design studio Haberdashery—which won the Best of the Best Red Dot Award 2019—is available as a side light and standing floor lamp. With its different colors (red, orange, peach, and white), it evokes the memory of sunrise and sunset. “We want to bring a smile to your face and warmth into your space,” says creative director and co-founder Ben Rigby.

4. S 533 F Chair by Besau Marguerre for Thonet

Image courtesy of Clerkenwell Design Week.

 

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus, Thonet presented two new versions of the S 533 F originally designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and reinterpreted by Hamburg-based design duo Besau Marguerre: one with a frame in pearl gloss chrome and anthracite leather and the other with a frame in champagne chrome and soft rose leather. “The intentional restraint in the use of materials, the elegance of the lines, and transparency in effect as the characteristics of the S 533 tempted us to pick up Mies van der Rohe’s motto ‘less is more’ and to establish a contrast between the objectivity and softness,” says Eva Marguerre.

5. Pastilles by Studiopepe for Tacchini

Image courtesy of Clerkenwell Design Week.

 

Designed by Studiopepe for Italian brand Tacchini, the Pastilles collection of small armchairs, ottomans, and coffee tables was presented in London for the first time at the 2019 edition of Clerkenwell Design Week. The soft shapes of these pieces bring back childhood memories, while providing a high level of comfort.

6. Sequel by Alusid for Parkside

Image courtesy of Clerkenwell Design Week.

Sustainable forms are at the heart of the new Parkside showroom in Clerkenwell, and the tile company launched Sequel by Alusid to continue this theme during the festival. The sustainable collection of bowls, vases, glasses, and plates features 98 percent recycled content, reflecting how to combine green materials and beautiful design.

7. The Crawford Collection by Stellar Works x Tom Fereday

Image courtesy of Clerkenwell Design Week.

For the first time in the UK, Asian design brand Stellar Works showcased the Crawford collection, shaped by Australian designer Tom Fereday. Natural materials and tactile finishes characterize the sofa, bed, dining chair and tables from this new range released in association with retailer Lane Crawford.

Watch now: Product Insight on Tom Fereday’s Crawford Collection for Stellar Works

8. TIRAR Collection

Image courtesy of Clerkenwell Design Week.

Created by interior designer Felice Carlino—founder of Sumu Design—TIRAR’s door pulls, cabinet pulls, lever handles and towel rails are made in Sydney, Australia, with three different timber species: Australian spotted gum, American white oak and American walnut. “Fingers are made up of three joints that wrap themselves around the grip,” says Carlino. “We crafted a taper and radius edges so that the door pull and level would sit within the grip of the hand, and be comfortable in both larger and more delicate hands.”

9. Rote by Bert Franck

Image courtesy of Clerkenwell Design Week.

With a new showroom opening this month in Clerkenwell, lighting manufacturer Bert Frank—founded in 2013 by designer Robbie Llewellyn and metalwork manufacturer Adam Yeats—presented the Rote collection at the design week. This piece, which features a satin brass ring and laser-cut diamond leaves, is available in four versions: pendant, wall sconce, table lamp, and chandelier.

10. VON Collection by ercol

Image courtesy of Clerkenwell Design Week.

Designed by Icelandic designer Hlynur V. Atlason (based in New York) for British furniture maker ercol, the VON collection of chairs, benches, and table units—inspired by the 427 Chair by Lucian Ercolani, which was originally launched in 1956—can be used in both domestic and commercial spaces. A new stool was presented at Clerkenwell Design Week.

11. Extinct Animals Wallcoverings by Moooi and Arte

Image courtesy of Clerkenwell Design Week.

This sophisticated collection is the result of a collaboration between Moooi and Arte. Wallcoverings options include colors, textures, and patterns inspired by the characteristics of extinct or rare animals such as Aristo Quagga, Armoured Boar, Bearded Leopard, Flying Coral Fish, Umbrella Squid, and a menagerie of other bygone species.

Read more: Highlights from WantedDesign Brooklyn

Fuigo Launches Market, a First-of-Its-Kind Interior Design Marketplace

PR Newswire

Top Brands Join Platform That Dramatically Simplifies Trade Sourcing

NEW YORK, May 29, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Fuigo, the award-winning co-working studio and developer of a market-leading enterprise project management software for interior designers, announces the launch of Market, a groundbreaking marketplace that reimagines and streamlines sourcing, purchasing and tracking for trade orders from the world’s finest luxury brands.

The new software serves the $78 billion dollar interior design industry by expediting the interior design purchase process up to 75%, allowing designers to devote more time to the art of their craft and business development. Working in tandem with the Fuigo project management platform, all purchasing is automatically included into the reporting and analytics of the tool, saving designers considerable time and effort and making it seamless to prepare proposals and invoicing for clients projects.

“Market streamlines sourcing and creates more time for creative ideation,” says Maury Riad, co-founder of Fuigo. It’s easy to use; designers can add Market purchases directly into their projects, create tear sheets, request samples, or message vendors with a single click. “It’s not about helping designers a little,” adds Riad, “it’s about completely transforming the arduous task of purchasing, allowing it to become a part of the artistic process.”

This is the first platform of its kind, custom-built for professional designers to discover, source and purchase from the world’s finest luxury trade brands. Whether a designer knows what they’re looking for or simply seeking inspiration, Market will get them there faster. Designers can search by category, product and price, making discovery painless and easy. All Market products are offered at trade pricing exclusively for design professionals. What’s more, by aggregating the purchasing power of designers, Market offers even deeper discounts at a group rate, increasing the bottom line of design firms by up to 30%.

“Market showcases over 200 of the best artisans and makers working today,” says Riad. “Not only are we hoping to improve designers’ workflow, but we’re also aiming to give these brands a wider platform for discovery.”

Featuring some of the top names in the trade, like Fortuny, Holland & Sherry, Kravet, Brunschwig, Lee Jofa, Pierre Frey, Nobilis, and Saint-Louis, there’s plenty of quality design to be found on Market, right where designers need it most.

Fuigo Market features include:

Trade Vendors

  • 200 top trade brands, projected to grow to 500+ vendors and 200,000+ SKUs by the end of 2019.

Access to Immediate Trade Pricing

  • Market purchasing saves time and money. With one resale certificate once, designers access trade pricing on all Market brands.
  • All Market products are offered at price parity, ensuring you secure the lowest possible price for every item.

Real-Time Vendor Communication 

  • Market eliminates resource intensive offline vendor communications.
  • Intuitive in-platform vendor chat streamlines and simplifies product specification management.

Easy-to-Use Discovery Tools

  • Searching by category, product and price makes discovery painless and easy.
  • Intelligent search and powerful filters curate an unmatched repository of the trade brands interior designers prefer.

Powerful Quoting and Proposal Tools

  • Simple quoting and proposal tools unlock more time for creative ideation.
  • Quickly create tear sheets, request samples or message vendors with a single click.

“Letting designers do what they do best is really what turned me on about Fuigo. Imagine if Picasso had to spend three-quarters of his time managing his business. Fuigo is doing more than giving people more to buy or a place to go—it facilitates their business, which is a very different model.”

                                    –John Edelman, Stakeholder

About the CEO:

For over 25 years, Maury Riad has worked in the world of interior design. Stewards of the Fortuny legacy, he and his brother, Mickey, took over operations of the Venetian textile company from their father in the early 1990s. Together, they brought the 100-year-old firm online and into modernity, with Maury overseeing the business and its operations. Along with Mickey, Maury is Co-Founder of Fuigo. As CEO, Maury brings his passion and respect for the arts to Fuigo, where he wants independent interior designers to have the opportunity to thrive in an increasingly corporate world.

About Fuigo:

Fuigo was founded in 2015 by Maury and Mickey Riad, owners of the heritage textile company Fortuny. Fuigo’s mission is to build real and virtual platforms that promote and future-proof exceptional interior design. Fuigo’s award-winning 18,000 square-foot Park Avenue studio includes beautiful workspaces and New York’s largest material lending library with samples from over 1,000 of the top A&D vendors. Fuigo is a leading technology company providing end-to-end business software that allows interior designers to achieve both creative and business excellence.

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