Furniture Design
News from Is It Real or Is It Rendered? – Archinect:

When you meet someone for the first time, what is the first thing that you observe? Probably his/her appearance, more likely that you observe the persons style and try to figure out the kind of work he/she does or the persons social stature and so on.

Similarly when you enter the building premises of an organization, a household or any other place such as a school, hospital, a retail outlet etc, what is it that you see and what is it that impresses you the most? Evident! It’s the interiors. 

Now, in addition to the colors, textures, wall papers, lighting etc, an integral and important part of a building’s interior design are the furniture pieces.

Designing for Exclusivity

Each space is meant for different functions, and it important that the furniture not only looks great but also allows proper leg space, and provides high functionality. As a result clients do not opt for ‘run of the mill’ designs; they invest in furniture design that offers them that exclusivity, functionality and appeal. While run of the mill options are cheaper, exclusive furniture design is not. Hence a safe option is to get an entire range of

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Minoo Hinman named creative director of Fine Furniture Design
News from Furniture Today:

Furniture Today Staff – Furniture Today, December 5, 2014

Minoo Hinman

HIGH POINT — Case goods and upholstery manufacturer Fine Furniture Design has named Minoo Hinman as its new creative director.

Hinman has worked in showroom design and store planning at companies including Henredon, Maitland-Smith, Natuzzi and Drexel Heritage.

At Fine Furniture Design, she reports to Carl Bundy, vice president of product development and merchandising and will help oversee showroom layout and design as well as upholstery development and design and fabric merchandising. In addition, she will help oversee retail gallery design and photography styling.

Some of the creative director assignments were previously handled by Ron Curlee, who worked for the company until late October as a consultant. Hinman is a full-time employee.

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