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Studio 49

ASID CA Central Nevada Magazine

Issue Number 11 Summer 2013

CA CENTRAL NEVADA


President’s Message

CA CENTRAL NEVADA

ASID CA CENTRAL NEVADA CHAPTER 1017 L Street, PMB# 132 Sacramento, CA 95814-3805 (916) 200-3976

BOARD OF DIRECTORS President Jennifer Christou Wood, ASID, LEED GA, RID Nevada and Florida president@asidcanv.org (916) 200-3976 ext. 1 President-Elect Stephen Leon, Allied ASID presidentelect@asidcanv.org

Financial Director Kathleen Jennison, Allied ASID finance@asidcanv.org

Communications Director Natalie Wyatt, Allied ASID (916) 200-3976 ext 2 communications@asidcanv.org Professional Development Director Rebecca Ward, ASID profdevelopment@asidcanv.org

Membership Director Anglea Swindells, IP Representative membership@asidcanv.org

Director At Large Janice Stone Thomas directoratlarge@asidcanv.org

Student Representative Katherine Ingelstrom, Student ASID International Academy of Design & Technology studentrep@asidcanv.org

Hard to believe this is the last issue of Studio 49 for the ASID CANV term 2012-2013. As this board began October 1st 2012 we had many plans in place and a very exciting road map. First and foremost our most favorite goal was to achieve relationships with charities in our communities. The Christmas parties were the beginning of this achievement. Our members helped bring warmth and smiling faces to many families this term. Thank you to those generous members that participated throughout the fiscal year. Our strategic plan road mapped the board to strive to be the core of the design network. We achieved this as well. A particular relationship that we have bridged with is AIA Las Vegas. Stephen Leon, President- Elect and I have participated in roundtables in Las Vegas with not only AIA LV but also leaders from organizations as USGBC, Green Chips, Nevada Conservative League, Urban Land Institute, COLAB, Associated General Contractors, to name a few. The committee plans to meet monthly on an annual basis. In addition another organization that we have joined with is Coverings. Our chapter members have been asked to participate in Covering 2014 Las Vegas. The participation level has yet to be determined but for an example the ASID Georgia chapter designed and installed a venue at the Coverings 2013 (stay tuned). I have exciting news to share. Our winners of Design Excellence have been given the opportunity to have their work displayed at World Market during summer market this year!! The winners’ pictures have been professionally mounted for the display at World Market and once the market is over the winners will be given their boards for display in their personal businesses. Lastly, as you may or may not know we have been without a chapter office for two years. Not anymore! We have been granted a space [back] at World Market starting September! Thank you Marsha at World Market! Thank you for a term as your ASID CANV chapter President that I will never forget. Best wishes to the incoming board and hopefully new faces to volunteer! Loyally, Jennifer Wood, ASID, RID, LEED GA ASID California Central/Nevada President 2012-2013

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Studio 49

ASID CA Central Nevada Magazine

Issue Number 11 Summer 2013

ON THE COVER: 2013 DESIGN EXCELLENCE 1ST PLACE WORK JOYCE HOSHALL, ALLIED ASID

Table of

Contents

CA CENTRAL NEVADA

ASID CA CENTRAL NEVADA CHAPTER OFFICE 1017 L Street, PMB# 132 Sacramento, CA 95814-3805 (916) 200-3976 info@asidcanv.org www.asidcanv.org www.twitter@ASID_CANV www.facebook.com/asidcanv LinkedIn ASID California Central | Nevada Chapter

ASID NATIONAL 608 Massachusetts Ave NE Washington DC 20002-6006 Tel: (202) 546-3480 Fax: (202) 546-3240 Toll free: (800) 610-ASID (2743) asid@asid.org • www.asid.org

CHAPTER NEWS President’s Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Event Calendar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Chapter Sponsors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 New Members. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Simas Carpet & Flooring Event . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Habitat for Humanity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 EP Chair Luncheon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 GoPro/LA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 2013 Design Excellence Award Winners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

EDITORIAL STAFF Editor Natalie Wyatt, Allied ASID

Legislation - Ask Pat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Chapter Sponsors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

PUBLISHING STAFF Advertising Sales Mike Watt • 972-989-2208 Studio 49 magazine is published quarterly for the ASID CA Central Nevada Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers by DSA Publishing & Design, Inc. Editorial content and the Studio 49 magazine are controlled and owned by the CA Central Nevada Chapter of ASID. Reproduction of this publication in whole, in part, in any form is strictly prohibited without the written permission of the CA Central Nevada Chapter of ASID.

INDEX OF ADVERTISERS California Homes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Elle Decor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Ferguson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Hunter Douglas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

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CHAPTER EVENTS

New

Event

Calendar See chapter website for event details www.asidcanv.org/events

Members New Allied Members Jill Williams, Allied ASID Kristen Gong, Allied ASID

July

Penny Lorain, Allied ASID

25th

Sacramento: Evening Social at West Elm

31st

Las Vegas: Board Installation in Las Vegas

29thAug 2nd

Las Vegas Market at LVDC and World Market Center, Design Excellence Winners to be displayed at Market

Wendy Glaister, Allied ASID Eddy Buttner, Allied ASID

New Student Members Sandra Sahr, Student ASID Kerri Robinson, Student ASID

August 28th

29th

Lauren O'Donnell, Student ASID

Reno: Hunter Douglas CEU "Design Trends: Fashion & Light"

Carson Mallonee, Student ASID Deborah Minarik, Student ASID

Sacramento: Hunter Douglas CEU "Design Trends: Fashion & Light"

New Industry Partners

September

Heinrich Marquez Moen, Inc.

6th-8th

San Jose: QPREP - NCIDQ Examination Prep

6th-10th

Paris: Masion&Objet Paris

Window Fashions

TBA

Student Membership Drive

Dawn Patterson

9th-15th

Paris Design Week

Staci Vogl California

Williams-Sonoma, Inc Sheila Roberts Arteriors Home

October

Sue Peck

2nd

Las Vegas: Designer Event at Dunn Edwards 11:30-1:00pm

4th

NCIDQ Sections 1 and 2 Exam (last time these sections are administered)

Arteriors Home

5th

NCIDQ Fall Practicum Exam

Christina Moore

17th-26th

NCIDQ Fall IDFX and IDPX exams

Arteriors Home Travis Wolf

Whirlpool Corporation Kelli Parks Mattress Firm

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CHAPTER EVENTS

Simas Carpet & Flooring Event - Sacramento By Natalie Wyatt, Allied ASID, Communications Director

Industry Partner Simas Floor and Design Company hosted an event on the latest trends in carpet and hardwood flooring. We had a great turn out and it was good to see some fimlar faces as well as new faces. Speakers Patti Taylot with Fabria and Dixie Carpet, John Taylor with Masland Carpet, Andy Batute with B.R Fusten – Armstong, Anderson, Virgina Vintage and Bruce and Kahrs hardwood lines

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EMERGING PROFESSIONALS

Habitat For Humanity Emerging Professional Group Build By Sandra Van Slack, Allied ASID Emerging Professionals Chair Emerging Professional Members held their first event on June 16, 2013 a Habitat for Humanity Group build at the Sacramento Indian Lane location. At the Indian Lane location 14 new LEED certified homes will be built for families. This project was just starting to get underway in June when our ASID group volunteer date took place. Our volunteers started the day early at 7:30 putting in a full day’s work removing a total of 4 tons of excess dirt

and helped build a key stone retaining wall along the back of the property. Our site supervisor Scott Sheedy praised our group of designers for being the hardest working group he’s ever worked with! All our volunteers did an amazing job the event was a success with volunteers saying they’d love to do this again. Thank you again to everyone who volunteered for our first EP Habitat for Humanity Group Build!

EP Chair Luncheon By Sandra Van Slack, Allied ASID, Emerging Professionals Chair During the meeting I had the privilege to meet and talk with Lindsay Marshall ASID Professional Development Associate, Tiffany Neumann ASID Associate Chapter Services Students and EP Programs, ASID President-elect Rachelle Schoessler Lynn and ASID past President Lisa Henry from ASID headquarters in DC along with Mary Jane Grigsby from NCIDQ. I also had the opportunity to meet eight other EP Chairs from across the country prior to the GoPro/LA event and learned a lot from these individuals during our meeting. Through our round table discussion we discussed our concerns, issues, and solutions that we’ve come across in our time as EP Chairs. We also discussed the Emerging Professional programming and learned that the GoPro/NYC and GoPro/LA programing has been approved and in the process of being branded, to soon launch in the coming months into a local Chapter based GoPro program for EP’s, which is very exciting! The five PRO topics: product, professional advancement, process, pro bono and project are very relevant to EP’s and allow these members to get involved and learn about topics that can help them learn and grow as designers. Also during the meeting we learned that IDCEC had just approved the GoPro/LA program. Attendee’s earned 0.6 CEU credits for attending all the events over the two days.

Mary Jane Grigsby from NCIDQ spoke during the meeting informing us about some recent changes from NCIDQ. Importantly she informed us that NCIDQ will be dropping the N on the name NCIDQ becoming CIDQ so the exam and company have separate names. She also informed us that Emerging Professionals can now sit for the first part of the NCIDQ exam taking the IDFX first multiple-choice part of the NCIDQ exam! Since that part of the exam is fundamentals and knowledge based things designers learn in school it makes sense that EP’s take it right out of school. The only thing required to take the IDFX is a transcript or a degree in Interior Design to register for the exam, which is given only twice a year. There is no certificate or anything for completing the IDFX except a pass or fail, however EP’s can put passed IDFX first portion of the NCIDQ exam on their resumes! There is a lot of great Emerging Professional programming beginning to coming out of ASID headquarters to help support new designers so they can excel in the profession. Keep an eye out for more EP programming news throughout the rest of the year!

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EMERGING PROFESSIONALS

GoPro/LA By Sandra Van Slack, Allied ASID, Emerging Professionals Chair Who missed GoPro/LA? Who understands what GoPro is? If you didn’t understand what GoPro is all about or attend. Well you’re in luck in less than 3 months GoPro/NYC takes place October 4-5! Let me fill you in on some of the highlights from GoPro/LA and give you a better understanding of what is an Emerging Professional. Then hopefully you’ll be marking your calendar’s for a trip to NYC this coming October for GoPro/NYC! GoPro is a new event that ASID has developed over the past 3 years and has only been held in New York City (GoPro/NYC) that has been very successful. This year ASID was proud to announce GoPro on the West Coast for the first time, during the Dwell on Design tradeshow in Los Angeles for GoPro/LA. The GoPro event is designed for Emerging Professionals. For those who don’t know or understand what an Emerging Professional (EP) ASID member is; an EP member is defined simply as the beginning stage of a designer’s professional career as an ASID member. The longer ASID definition defines EP members as practitioner members who are in their first five years of practice, members who have recently advanced from student to allied membership, as well as new allied and professional members. If you fit any of these categories you are considered an EP ASID member and can attend EP events such as GoPro! The GoPro event is broken down into five PRO categories; PROfessional Advancement, PRO Bono, PROduct, PROcess, and PROject discussed over two days. GoPro/LA earned attendees unlimited access to the Dwell on Design showroom floor and earned 0.6 CEU credits! Here are some highlights from GoPro/LA’s PRO sessions. PROfessional Advancement session topic was Creating Your Design Identity with panelist; moderator Kia Weatherspoon Principal of Determined by Design, Jennifer Polachek publisher for Modern Luxury’s LA Interiors Magazine, Kerrie Kelly owner of Kerrie Kelly Design Lab, Katherine Rice VP of Business Development at Williams-Sonoma, and Laurie March owner of Improvement, on camera talent for HGTVRemodels.com. During this session the panelist discussed how to create your design identity outside of a portfolio topics discussed where personal branding, blogging, social media and videoing through YouTube or Vine. Videoing and posting pictures of projects your working on are the things people want to see. They want to see you picking out fabric, tiles, the construction process of the kitchen remodel etc. The real everyday sides of design work the process the client and we as designers go through to get to that gorgeous end design. Branding is the other topic discussed the importance of having three words that describe you as a designer and a mission statement for yourself as a designer. PRO Bono session was kicked off with our ASID CEO Randy Fiser speaking. The pro bono session topic was Housing in Los Angeles specifically Step Up on Second and their Step Up on Vine project featuring speakers associated with the project Mark Brunetz from Clean House TV Show on the Style network, Lance Simon architect of Step Up, Carolyn Baker from Step Up on Second, and Artist Donna Marie Kent. The Vine project is a Clinton Global Initiative retrofitted existing 20,718 sf, 3-story hotel into a 34 unit affordable housing project providing permanent housing for homeless affected by mental illness. During this session Mark Brunetz discussed the difference between volunteering and pro bono work, how he became involved with the organization, how every designer should do pro bono work and the pro bono opportunities that affect your career as a designer. After the presentation Artist Donna Marie Kent had all GoPro

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attendees participate in an art project that will hang in the lobby area of the Step Up on Vine project. PROduct session was a VIP tour of the showroom floor before it officially opened to the rest of the trade and public for the day. During the tour we stopped at Innovation Norway, Jeff Lewis Color, GE Monogram, Hansgrohe, Resource Furniture, Cambria and the ASID booth to talk with Mary Jane Grigsby about NCIDQ now known as (CIDQ). Some of the highlights are GE has a new refrigerator that’s a side by side on top with drawers for the freezer below. The freezer drawers can switch between freezer, wine cooler, and refrigerator over a 24 hour period! Hansgrohe has a touch less line called Axor the faucet from that line uses .9gpm of water 30-40% below CalGreen's 1.5gpm! Designing for small spaces check out Resource Furniture they have reinvented the Murphy bed that is both stylish and extremely functional. PROcess session discussed Designing for the New Affluents presented by the President of Dwell Media Michaela O’Connor Abrams, along with ASID designers Monique Lafia of Lafia/Arvin and Meg Joannides of MLK Studio. During this session the designers discussed how building relationships with clients and the trust a designer and client have become the building blocks for return business and building your design company. Also discussed were the statistics for new affluents to hire a Designer are mainly for getting started on a project to produce drawings and get products. How new affluents find design Professionals and why they don't hire a designer. These topics were very interesting on how new affluents go about utilizing our designs expertise and skills. PROject session took us to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) to learn about the new proposed museum renovation being designed by Peter Zumthor through incorporating the tar pits the museum sits on into the design in the most unique ways. A tour of the large model of LACMA’s proposed building Peter Zumthor designed is an organic shaped black building with floor to ceiling glass so that the public can view the art from the streets. While walking around the model it had a slight odor to it, which turned out to be tar. The overall design will add a very unique piece of architecture and design to the current LACMA campus. After the Peter Zumthor tour at LACMA GoPro attendees were invited to wander the LACMA campus seeing some of the main attractions such as Chris Burden’s Urban Light Installation and Michael Heizer's Levitated Mass. Following the end of the GoPro event LACMA generously hosted a closing reception for GoPro attendees in the private garden area with cocktails and food followed by a Latin Sounds Concert in LACMA’s outdoor plaza. GoPro/LA was an amazing experience I took a lot away from these sessions and networked with designers and ASID leaders from across the US. If you didn’t attend this event start planning that trip to NYC this October 4-5 for GoPro/NYC you won’t be disappointed!


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2013 Design Excellence | 1st Place Work

Joyce Hoshall, Allied ASID

Folsom, CA Designer Bio Joyce Hoshall's style is an easygoing combination of European luxury and CA casual. Numerous ASID Design Excellence Awards: Julia Morgan Mansion Showhouse; Retail; Singular Residential Space; Residential; Model Home/Apartment; Unique Project; Original Product Design; Historical Restoration Published Nationally "Designer Showcase", Interior Design at its Best", "The Spa Bath", "Outdoor Kitchens & Fireplaces", "Picture Perfect Pools" and "The Best of Interior Design".

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2013 Design Excellence | 2nd Place Work

Camille L. Horton, ASID

Sacramento, CA Designer Bio Camille L. Horton, a professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers has been certified since 1978, after passing the competency examination administered NCIDQ. Further, she is accredited by the California Council for Interior Design Certification, having help establish the testing standards for the State and being one of the first accreditations by the State of California for "Certified Interior Design" status. Ms. Horton holds a Bachelor's Degree in Home Economics/Textile Science from California Polytechnic State University (1975) and a California Contractor's License. With over 38 years of professional design experience, Ms. Horton's expertise encompasses every phase of interior design and project management in both commercial and high end residential markets. She is currently selfemployed as a full-service design/build contractor and furniture dealer. Ms. Horton is also an educator at the International Academy of Design and Technology part time serving as a mentor for young designers.

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2013 Design Excellence | 1st Place Live

Joyce Hoshall, Allied ASID Folsom, CA Designer Bio Joyce Hoshall's style is an easygoing combination of European luxury and CA casual. Numerous ASID Design Excellence Awards: Julia Morgan Mansion Showhouse; Retail; Singular Residential Space; Residential; Model Home/Apartment; Unique Project; Original Product Design; Historical Restoration Published Nationally "Designer Showcase", Interior Design at its Best", "The Spa Bath", "Outdoor Kitchens & Fireplaces", "Picture Perfect Pools" and "The Best of Interior Design".

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2013 Design Excellence | 2nd Place Live

Shelley Gorman, Allied ASID Las Vegas, NV Designer Bio Shelley Gorman received her bachelors in architecture from the University of Arizona where she developed her design vocabulary and love of an eclectic use of materials in her work. Her design firm, SKG Designs opened its doors in 2007 and retail design shop RIVER NORTH in 2012 both located in Las Vegas, Nevada

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2013 Design Excellence | 3rd Place Live

Joyce Hoshall, Allied ASID

Folsom, CA Project Summary: An affluent client retained the designer to find a large home for his family during the interim while he located an appropriate property to build. An executive home in a golfing community which sat empty in the down economy for several years, was found. This home seemed a perfect fit for the family. The designer was commissioned to furnish this 6500 square foot home. One stipulation, however, was a rapid timeline on the design. The client promised to help raise funds and offered his home for an upcoming Symphony League home tour. Specifications: Design with neutral furnishings which could easily move from place to place and fit into a future home. Open beam 25 foot ceilings and massive windows presented a design challenge to create a comfortable and cozy environment. To help warm the space, disparate elements were employed along with textiles, heavy textures and reclaimed wood furniture.

Project Goals: 1. Locate a large executive home in a golfing community. 2. Limited timetable to fully design and furnish a 6500 square foot home ready for a home tour. 3. Space must be generous befitting for a large family. Project Challenges: 1. Budget was limited, consequently, elements were purchased at consignment centers, 2. Furnishings must be neutral and able to be repurposed and moved from place to place in the near future. 3. The architecture with expansive 25 foot ceilings and massive windows created a design challenge in warming the space to a family friendly environment. Extent of Designer Work: Art & Accessories Color Placement Furniture Selection Lighting Space Planning Sustainable Textiles/Fabrics Walls Window Treatments

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