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AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERIOR DESIGNERS CALIFORNIA NORTH

ASID CA NORTH CHAPTER OFFICE 2 Henry Adams Street, Suite 301 San Francisco, CA 94103 Telephone 415.626.2743 Fax 415.626.0749 administrator@can.asid.org asidcalnorth.com | designfinder.com

ASID NATIONAL 718 7th Street NW, 4th Floor Washington, DC 20001 Telephone 202.546.3480 Fax 202.546.3240 Toll Free 800.610.ASID (2743) asid@asid.org | www.asid.org

EDITORIAL STAFF Editor And Communications Director:

Katherine Tincher, Allied ASID Contributors:

Norma Ryles, Allied ASID Christopher Shields, Allied ASID Art Director:

Laura Shine Lee

California North Chapter News 4 President’s Message

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San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show

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Emerging Professionals Chris M. Shields, ASID PUBLISHING STAFF Sales Rep: Mike Watt 972.989.2208 SFDesign Magazine is published quarterly for the ASID CA North Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers by DSA Publishing & Design, Inc. Editorial content and the SFDesign magazine are controlled and owned by the CA North Chapter ASID. Reproduction of this publication in whole, in part, in any form is strictly prohibited without the written permission of the CA North Chapter of ASID.

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IP Spotlight | Riggs Distributing

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Index Of Advertisers 14 California Homes Magazine 15 Ceramic Tile Design 20

Chateau Sonoma

15 Dawson Custom Workroom 9 Farrow & Ball 11 Ferguson 5 FM Distributing 24 Intertile Distributors 11 McCutcheon Construction 21 Orient Express Furniture 10 Rebarts Interiors 15 Shades of Marin 2 Steinway Piano Gallery 21 Tileshop 10 Tulip Hardwood Floors

ASID Designer Spotlight Norma Ryles, Allied ASID ON THE COVER: San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show Ivan Moscovich - early computer drawing

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President’s Message

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERIOR DESIGNERS

The generosity of Industry Partners (IPs) was the highlight of this summer. ASID members enjoyed delicious nibbles, and shared ideas on how to create a beautiful bathroom with luxury fixtures by Trevor, at a brunch hosted by Premier Marketing.

ASID CA NORTH CHAPTER OFFICE

Riggs Distributing, Inc., an independent distributor of Sub-Zero Refrigeration, Wolf Cooking, and ASKO cleaning appliances, hosted a brunch and seminar for intermediate SketchUp users. Attendees learned model organization best practices, reporting tools, and shading options.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Cambria Gallery welcomed ASID members to the 2016 ASID Membership Appreciation at its showroom with sweet and savory treats. As Silver Trident Winery poured exquisite Napa wine, and Farrow & Ball donated giveaways to guests, the inclusive and relaxing celebration easily became one of the best events for our membership this season. While the Class of 2016 ended on a high note celebrating their graduation accomplishments at Urban Woods. The foliage is changing, and the nights are becoming noticeably earlier. In October 2016, ASID is a cultural partner sponsor of the San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show. This international show features approximately 60 United States and European luxury dealers, offering for sale furniture, silver, glass, and other fine and decorative arts. Lectures of interest to designers include talks on how to discern fakes and forgeries in art, and how to use animal imagery to symbolize spontaneity and independence. Fall marks the transition from summer into winter, and the transition of my role as President of 2015-2016 to Cathleen Gouveia, President Elect. When the 2016-2017 ASID Cal North Board of Directors in inducted October 1, 2016, I will leave knowing I gave this organization my all, and did everything I wanted. Serving as President was more than what I thought it would be. Under my leadership, the 2015-2016 Board of Directors took life on. We built relationships with legislators, improved our finances, mentored design students to be bold, and aligned with IPs. In casual, professional, and formal settings, the impermanence of each interaction left me something to remember. The ASID Cal North Chapter operates in a spirit of confidence. I leave emerging design professionals, IPs, and ASID members with the choice resource for education, opportunity, and community.

Norma Ryles, Allied ASID ASID CA North Chapter President 2015 | 2016

CALIFORNIA NORTH

2 Henry Adams Street, Suite 301 San Francisco, CA 94103 Telephone 415.626.2743 Fax 415.626.0749 administrator@can.asid.org asidcalnorth.com | designfinder.com

President Norma Ryles, Allied ASID 510.754.4050 President@can.asid.org President Elect Cathleen Gouveia, Allied ASID 415.203.8663 President-elect@can.asid.org Financial Director Rosann Allenburg, ASID Industry Partner 510.243.5595 finance@can.asid.org Communications Director Katherine Tincher, Allied ASID 415.494.7076 kat@katherinetincher.com Membership Director Ariel Richardson, Allied ASID, LEED GA 510-915-9544 arielrichardson@gmail.com Professional Development Director Piat Orendain, ASID Industry Partner 408.691.4148 Piat.Orendain@CambriaUSA.com At-Large Director Marlene Farrell, ASID 925.279.4396 mfarrelldesign@sbcglobal.net Student Representative Hilary Helfritch 650.799.9905 hilaryhelfrich@mac.com Emerging Professionals Christopher Shields, Allied ASID 415.577.1924 chris.m.shields@gmail.com

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ANIMALIA: Animal Imagery in Art and Antiques

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The San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show is the oldest continuously operating international art and antiques show on the West Coast. The Show features approximately sixty dealers from across the United States and Europe, offering for sale an extraordinary range of fine and decorative arts from around the world representing all styles and periods, including furniture, silver, ceramics, glass, jewelry, rugs, textiles, paintings, prints, photography, books, sculpture and objets d’art.

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HAVING SOUL

Mankind has long been fascinated with the beauty, mystery and symbolism of the animal kingdom. The Latin, Animalis literally means “Having Soul”, and at the heart of all art, antiques and decorative objects is a boundless, collective soul—that of the artist, the collector, the observer and the history of the piece.

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I’m glad you are enjoying this SF Design series targeting the Emerging Professional and how the use of networking can positively impact your career inside the office and out. This is part three of our four-part series Networking is a simple construct with a straightforward process. As with most things in life, the biggest challenge is doing the work! You have to put the “work” into your

net-“work”ing. Whether you are looking to grow your skills, get assigned to a project you’re interested in or drum up new business for your firm (Attention: business owners and employees!), if you can create a new networking habit for yourself, the “work” will pay off. Here’s my third tip on how to start making networking more effective for you!

3. educate your sales team: Everyone you network with can become your champion, your best sales person. The ultimate goal in networking is to clearly communicate who you are and what you would like to accomplish such that your networking partner will always have you in their mind as they encounter opportunity. I encourage you to start your networking meeting by exchanging an infomercial with each other. Your infomercial should be a brief introduction that states who you are, what you do, something memorable you have accomplished lately, what you are looking for and what you think would be a good fit or solution for you. Here is an example:

Hi Stephanie, thanks for meeting with me today. I’m Matt from the textiles team and I’ve been building my passementerie knowledge and layering skills on the Donahue project. I’ve really grown to love designing soft goods for our client’s bedrooms, and I’m looking to gain more experience and exposure in designing these goods for our clients. Are you on a project, or do you know of a project that might benefit from these skills? I think we could add some sales to our projects by incorporating these goods. I would appreciate you thinking of me if you hear of these opportunities. Just think of Matt the pillow karate-chop expert. This narrative is a basic example. Note the individual sections of the infomercial: being professional, an introduction, sharing background, talking about your interests, asking about opportunities, sharing potential benefits and leaving with a memorable idea. You can accomplish all of this within 30 seconds. This infomercial is your elevator-pitch and it will evolve as you grow and change interests. The rest of your networking meeting will evolve from your infomercial. Now imagine if you were sharing these conversations with all the people in your office. Think about how much you can learn about the career interests of others. How can you help your colleagues accomplish their goals? What if everyone else was doing the same for you? Principals, can you image an office that is so interconnected that all of your employees are allocated to their interests? How could creating an environment of sharing like this impact your bottom line? How would it feel to really get to know what is truly important to all of your employees? Would conducting employee reviews and development plans become more enjoyable if they occurred over an entire year in networking conversations? Think of how tied-in you would be with your employee’s growth. Does this sound like a win-win scenario? In the next issue, my final article will focus on empathic listening and how being an empathic listener will help you cement vital career relationships for years to come.

thanks for reading!

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the ultimate goal in networking is to clearly communicate who you are and what you would like to accomplish . . . .

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The Showroom is open for private tours and appointments to the design trade and their clients Tuesday through Friday, and open to the public on Saturdays. We invite you to attend our popular Supper Club, designed to provide a “taste drive,� education on the features and benefits of the full line of Sub-Zero and Wolf products.

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Antonio Martins Interior Design | Photography by Drew Kelly

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INTERIORS ANTIQUES WEDDING REGISTRY DESIGN INSPIRATION

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Shae Wilder, our Trade Manager, has been part of the Riggs team since 2013. Her reputation has grown among many new trade partners throughout the Bay Area, and she continues to extend her outreach with San Francisco-based architects and designers who specify high-end, residential projects. From cold calls to cocktails, she has demonstrated the commitment necessary to deliver results week after busy week. Through the Trade Partnership Circle, Shae offers an amenityrich program that is accompanied by direct support from the experienced staff at the Sub-Zero and Wolf Showroom. From Lunch-and-Learn meetings at your firm to individualized appointments for you and your clients, Shae and the Riggs team are a resource to support and engage our community of designers and architects. Email shaek@riggsdistributing.com for more information about the Riggs Trade Partnership Circle.

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an asid design excellence award

by Norma Ryles, Allied ASID

The Tree of Life is an environmentally friendly assisted living facility for the senior adults. This Senior Living community is designed to provide a complete living experience within the environment where senior adults have access to a luxurious living space and healthcare resources while maintaining their active lifestyles and well-being. The color scheme employed for the project is based on natural hues derived from the four seasons.

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When Norma set out to design the Tree of Life Senior Community, she did so armed with the knowledge that more than 10,000 baby boomers are turning 65 every day. At the annual meeting of the Assisted Living Federation of America (ALFA) the following was forecasted: • Americans will proactively choose senior living. Americans’ perception of senior living is evolving. Increasingly, people are not viewing senior living as a step on the way to higher-acuity care but rather as somewhere to age in place. • The senior living and healthcare industries will converge. As healthcare systems focus on population health and seek to improve outcomes and reduce costs, they will need to collaborate with senior living providers. Assisted living communities will develop partnerships with home healthcare providers, hospitals and physician practices to provide integrated services.

• Assisted living communities will vastly improve personal living spaces. With an eye on attracting a new generation of older adults, many assisted living communities will be adding amenities that resonate with boomers. Things like walk-in closets, spacious bathrooms, and fully equipped kitchenettes will provide a comfortable setting more like the homes they are used to living in. While still ensuring a sense of individual privacy, such communities will also feature landscaped gardens and beautiful architecture to appeal to the eye and heart of residents.

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ASID California North Fall 2016  
ASID California North Fall 2016