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Business of Home Podcast

Business of Home

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Business of Home Podcast

Business of Home Podcast

Business of Home

11
Followers
14
Plays
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Business of Home's host Dennis Scully interviews thought leaders, entrepreneurs, and creatives about the changes and challenges facing the interior design community.

Latest Episodes

How performance fabric took over the world with Ann Sutherland of Perennials

Co-founder and CEO of Perennials Ann Sutherland speaks about the rocky early days, the rise of performance fabrics, and what new product represents the future of her company

60 MIN4 d ago
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How performance fabric took over the world with Ann Sutherland of Perennials

Mikel Welch on bridging the gap between TV and high end design

Interior designer Mikel Welch chats about his circuitous career path, the surprising economics of design on TV, and the industry’s long-overdue reckoning with race.

68 MIN1 w ago
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Mikel Welch on bridging the gap between TV and high end design

Retail is broken. Michele Varian and Jay Norris aim to fix it

Michele Varian and Jay Norris, the founders of Guesst, discuss what effect out-of-control rents have had on the design world, why the internet broke the wholesale model, and how COVID-19 will reset the retail equation.

59 MIN2 w ago
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Retail is broken. Michele Varian and Jay Norris aim to fix it

Breaking down the cost of fabric with Stephane Silverman of Castel

Stephane Silverman of fabric brand Castel explains why the Amazon version of e-commerce doesn’t work for interior design, the future of showrooms, and the surprising reasons why a yard of fabric costs what it does.

64 MIN3 w ago
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Breaking down the cost of fabric with Stephane Silverman of Castel

How R. Hughes became the coolest showroom in America

Ryan Hughes and Steven Leonard, the creative team behind Atlanta showroom R. Hughes, explain why they moved from a new development to a design center, the importance of putting their own brand first, and how everything from hardwood flooring to the right Spotify playlist can make all the difference.

62 MINJUL 6
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How R. Hughes became the coolest showroom in America

Brad Hargreaves, founder of Common: Co-living will outlast COVID

Brad Hargreaves, founder of co-living company Common, discusses the demographic changes and economic forces that have created a market for shared housing.

70 MINJUN 29
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Brad Hargreaves, founder of Common: Co-living will outlast COVID

Goodee's founders think the time has come for an ethical design marketplace

Dexter and Byron Peart discuss their marketplace for ethical design, Goodee.

62 MINJUN 22
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Goodee's founders think the time has come for an ethical design marketplace

How will real estate bounce back from COVID-19?

Two real estate experts (Leonard Steinberg of Compass and Shaun Osher of Core) discuss how COVID-19 has affected the housing market, and what comes next.

69 MINJUN 15
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How will real estate bounce back from COVID-19?

Knoll CEO Andrew Cogan: The office isn't going anywhere

Andrew Cogan, CEO of Knoll, chats about how his strategy to move into residential categories is paying off, his company's commitment to social responsibility, and why—despite what people are saying—it’s too soon to write an obituary for the office.

50 MINJUN 8
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Knoll CEO Andrew Cogan: The office isn't going anywhere

Alexandra Champalimaud and CEO Ed Bakos on reinventing their firm

Over the course of almost forty years, the name Alexandra Champalimaud has become synonymous with exceptional hospitality design—her firm has worked on the finest hotels in the world, from The Plaza in New York to the Bel-Air in Los Angeles to the recently completed Raffles in Singapore. In this episode of the Business of Home podcast, host Dennis Scully speaks to Champalimaud as well as the CEO of her firm, Ed Bakos. They discuss bringing a hospitality approach to residential design, the surprising way that Zoom meetings are making designers more creative, and why it’s important to react, not overreact, to the coronavirus pandemic. This episode is sponsored by Buildlane and Industry West.

41 MINJUN 1
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Alexandra Champalimaud and CEO Ed Bakos on reinventing their firm

Latest Episodes

How performance fabric took over the world with Ann Sutherland of Perennials

Co-founder and CEO of Perennials Ann Sutherland speaks about the rocky early days, the rise of performance fabrics, and what new product represents the future of her company

60 MIN4 d ago
Comments
How performance fabric took over the world with Ann Sutherland of Perennials

Mikel Welch on bridging the gap between TV and high end design

Interior designer Mikel Welch chats about his circuitous career path, the surprising economics of design on TV, and the industry’s long-overdue reckoning with race.

68 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Mikel Welch on bridging the gap between TV and high end design

Retail is broken. Michele Varian and Jay Norris aim to fix it

Michele Varian and Jay Norris, the founders of Guesst, discuss what effect out-of-control rents have had on the design world, why the internet broke the wholesale model, and how COVID-19 will reset the retail equation.

59 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Retail is broken. Michele Varian and Jay Norris aim to fix it

Breaking down the cost of fabric with Stephane Silverman of Castel

Stephane Silverman of fabric brand Castel explains why the Amazon version of e-commerce doesn’t work for interior design, the future of showrooms, and the surprising reasons why a yard of fabric costs what it does.

64 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Breaking down the cost of fabric with Stephane Silverman of Castel

How R. Hughes became the coolest showroom in America

Ryan Hughes and Steven Leonard, the creative team behind Atlanta showroom R. Hughes, explain why they moved from a new development to a design center, the importance of putting their own brand first, and how everything from hardwood flooring to the right Spotify playlist can make all the difference.

62 MINJUL 6
Comments
How R. Hughes became the coolest showroom in America

Brad Hargreaves, founder of Common: Co-living will outlast COVID

Brad Hargreaves, founder of co-living company Common, discusses the demographic changes and economic forces that have created a market for shared housing.

70 MINJUN 29
Comments
Brad Hargreaves, founder of Common: Co-living will outlast COVID

Goodee's founders think the time has come for an ethical design marketplace

Dexter and Byron Peart discuss their marketplace for ethical design, Goodee.

62 MINJUN 22
Comments
Goodee's founders think the time has come for an ethical design marketplace

How will real estate bounce back from COVID-19?

Two real estate experts (Leonard Steinberg of Compass and Shaun Osher of Core) discuss how COVID-19 has affected the housing market, and what comes next.

69 MINJUN 15
Comments
How will real estate bounce back from COVID-19?

Knoll CEO Andrew Cogan: The office isn't going anywhere

Andrew Cogan, CEO of Knoll, chats about how his strategy to move into residential categories is paying off, his company's commitment to social responsibility, and why—despite what people are saying—it’s too soon to write an obituary for the office.

50 MINJUN 8
Comments
Knoll CEO Andrew Cogan: The office isn't going anywhere

Alexandra Champalimaud and CEO Ed Bakos on reinventing their firm

Over the course of almost forty years, the name Alexandra Champalimaud has become synonymous with exceptional hospitality design—her firm has worked on the finest hotels in the world, from The Plaza in New York to the Bel-Air in Los Angeles to the recently completed Raffles in Singapore. In this episode of the Business of Home podcast, host Dennis Scully speaks to Champalimaud as well as the CEO of her firm, Ed Bakos. They discuss bringing a hospitality approach to residential design, the surprising way that Zoom meetings are making designers more creative, and why it’s important to react, not overreact, to the coronavirus pandemic. This episode is sponsored by Buildlane and Industry West.

41 MINJUN 1
Comments
Alexandra Champalimaud and CEO Ed Bakos on reinventing their firm
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