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Design Community ASID NEW ENGLAND CHAPTER MAGAZINE

WINTER 2015/2016 ISSUE 32

INTERIOR

DESIGN

NEW ENGLAND


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CONTENTS

ASID NEW ENGLAND CHAPTER OFFICE T: (978) 6746210 F: (617)261-7591 ASIDNewEngland@gmail.com www.asidne.org

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

EDITORIAL STAFF Editor

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Sarah Burgess, Allied ASID Shalini Sookar, Allied ASID

ON THE COVER

FACES OF ASID NEW ENGLAND

Writers Sarah Burgess, Allied ASID Shalini Sookar, Alled ASID Diana Kennedy, Allied ASID

IN EVERY ISSUE

CHAPTER ADMINISTRATOR Andrew Cronin Finn, MSc, MBA Account Executive, McKenna Management, Inc. Email: andrew@mckennamanagement.com

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President’s Message

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Event calendar

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Welcome New Members

INDEX OF ADVERTISERS 10

California Closets

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Colony Rug Company

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Designer Bath/Salem Plumbing

Design Community magazine is published

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Fabric Basement

quarterly for the ASID New England Chapter

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Elle Decor

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Gardner Mattress

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content and the Design Community

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Image Glasswares

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BUILDING ON HOPE

magazine are controlled and owned by the

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Jerry Enos Painting

New England Chapter of ASID. Reproduction

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K Powers

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Landry & Arcari

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ASK ME ANYTHING

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Leicht - Boston

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Winter wonderland

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Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

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of the American Society of Interior Designers by DSA Publishing & Design, Inc. Editorial

of this publication in whole, in part, in any form is strictly prohibited without the written permission of the New England Chapter of ASID.

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president’s message BOARD OF DIRECTORS President Eric Haydel, Allied ASID (617) 562-6027 emhdesigninc@gmail.com

Dear Members,

President-Elect Helen Principio, ASID (603) 891-4848 hprincipio@yahoo.com

As I sit and write my last message for the 2015 calendar year I am so grateful for the opportunities that the Society has afforded not only to me personally, but to each of its’ members over the course of these last 40 years. The advancement in funding for design research, the countless relationships and networking events, the

Financial Director Jill Janasiewicz, Allied ASID jillj1@verizon.net

advancement in legislative affairs to advance our voice in the marketplace and let’s not forget the many laughs we have shared with our colleagues who have become dear friends. The magic of the American Society of Interior Designers

Communications Director

continues to open the possibilities and expand the profession!

Ryan Tirrell, Allied ASID (603) 969-5630 rstirrell@gmail.com

As a board we encourage you to look around and see the great things that ASID has done to enhance you career and

Professional Development Director Alinka Amoroso, ASID Industry Partner (617) 350-0836 aamoroso@knoll.com

celebrate your membership in the coming year. Feel free to share them on our Facebook wall or send them to us via email and we can post for you! Let’s work together to continue spreading the good news of the Society and its’ many gifts it gives to the community.

Emerging Professionals Director Dane Austin, Allied ASID daneaustindesign@gmail.com

Finally, I want to send a huge thank you to your Board of Directors, committee chairpersons, committee members and

Membership Director

our Industry Partners who help, support and provide so much in the many changes we have seen over the course of

Jen Bardsley, Allied ASID (781) 264-7952 bardsleyjen@gmail.com

these past several months. Our adventure continues in 2016, as ASIDNE will roll out a new digital presence, exciting new opportunities for networking and engagement, and more ways for our members to meet potential new clients.

Director At Large Rosemary Porto, ASID Industry Partner (617) 236-5253 rosemary.porto@poggenpohl.com

Until then, I wish each of you the Happiest of Holidays and a blessed and safe New Year!

Student Representative Kaitlin Desbiens, Student ASID kaitlindesbiens@gmail.com

Eric Haydel, Allied ASID ASID New England Chapter President 2014/2015

Student Advisory Committee Chair Sarah Campernel (603) 828-5222 sarah@camperneldesign.com

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BUILDING ON HOPE Manchester Police Athletic League (MPAL) Renovation 409 Beech St, Manchester, NH

In May 2016, Building On Home (BOH) will undertake the renovation of a building that supports the MPAL mission to build a bond with the inner city community youth. Officers and qualified coaches interact and conduct classes in boxing, judo, Rugby, Aikido, Police Explorers and Lacrosse. The two existing floors (total 16,500 SF) will provide for a community room with a modern full commercial kitchen, exercise room, boxing and judo areas, classrooms, office and meeting space, and new bathrooms and lockers. These much needed programs stress discipline and provide a structured environment during after school hours when youths are most likely to engage in risky business. The officers involved become role models for many of the youths involved in the programs and more importantly become a part of the community they patrol.

MATERIAL NEEDS – THE BIG ASKS 225 yards carpet 1325 sf ceramic floor tile 600 sf ceramic wall tile 6400 sf rubber flooring 70 yards walk-off carpet 11,000 sf acoustical ceilings tile and grid 85 gals paint (20 semi-gloss, 65 eggshell, various colors) 4”x16’ light gage metal framing (List being developed) Lumber for stage floor (List being developed) 21,000 sf single skin metal siding

GENERAL LABOR NEEDS Plumbers Electricians General carpenters Metal stud framers Drywall installers Painters Tile installers Acoustical ceiling installers Metal Siding installers

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ALLY MALONEY

How has becoming an ASID member impacted your career? As a small business owner, I am grateful for the information and support provided by ASID. I am a more confident, better educated professional because of teh tools that the ASID membership provides. I am constantly referencing information from ASID’s website. Tools like their “Business Resource Library” and the “Design Practice & Career Development” page offer great articles about business management, copies of codes & standards, as well as the ASID Business Strategy Courses & the ASID Residential & Commercial Contracts, which I reference quite often. What is the best thing about being an ASID member? I have greatly enjoyed meeting new people and making friends with other like-minded professionals. I believe the ASID New England chapter provides a great platform for forming relationships with others in my field that I can support & receive support from. Ally Maloney showed an interest in architecture & design from an early age. Growing up in Connecticut, she was often found drawing pictures of houses, floor plans and cutting up her mother’s catalogs and magazines to create collage boards of furniture. During her high school years Ally spent much of her time in fine arts classes, including a semester long arts class at Parsons School of Design in Manhattan. When it came time to head off to college, it was a pretty easy decision for Ally to pursue her studies in interior design. Ally holds an accredited Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, as well as a certificate in Yacht & Boat Design from Westlawn Institute of Marine Technology.

Ally’s interest in yachts and yacht interiors began during college. Through Wentworth’s co-op program, she worked for Derecktor Shipyard as a joinery engineer during the build of megayacht Cakewalk. She also apprenticed with world-renowned sailor and yacht designer Ted Hood before earning a full time design 8 |

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position in his company after college. A few years later Ally started her own interior design firm, Maloney Interiors LLC.

Through her company, Ally specializes in the interior design of yachts and coastal residences. She has worked on many homes and small commercial spaces throughout Rhode Island, Connecticut & Massachusetts. She has worked on yacht refit designs and decorated the interiors of newly built boats, large and small. Her hard work, artistic talent and fine eye for details In design have not gone overlooked. Aly was named The Best of Rhode Island by Rhode Island Monthly magazine in August 2015.

Ally is a co-chair of the newly formed ASID Rhode Island Design Community. In addition to her ASID membership, Ally is also a member of the Rhode Island Builder's Association and Professional Women in Building.

Ally resides in Warren, RI with her husband. A few of her future plans include building the ASID Rhode Island Design Community, sitting for the NCIDQ exam, and growing her business.


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DENISE RUSH

What is the best thing about being an ASID member? The depth and breadth of the resources are incredible for design practitioners and educators. What advice would you share with an emerging professional? Be active in your professional organization. You get out of it what you put into it.

How can we work together to help advance our profession? Promote the value of design at every opportunity. It is a constant educational process.

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERIOR DESIGNERS New England

Denise is the Director of Undergraduate Interior

Denise is a member of the Boston Psi Omega Chapter of

She has a multi-focused practice which includes commer-

where she focuses on effective advocacy and social

Architecture, Boston Architectural College, in Boston, MA. cial and residential design.

She has been an adjunct faculty member of Columbia

College Chicago; Harrington College of Design; and the

Illinois Institute of Art. She has design practice leadership

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and The Boston Club change for women. She has a Master of Science in

Nonprofit Management. Denise has been elected to serve on the National Board of ASID as a director-at-large, she started her first term on October 1, 2015.

experience at: Perkins + Will; SmithGroup; and the University of Illinois.

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ask me anything “What’s one piece of advice you would give to your former self?” Not everyone has the opportunity for this type of self-reflection when it comes to their careers. Even rarer is the ability to share what you’ve learned over the years with a new generation of eager, and young professionals. That’s just what the ‘Ask Me Anything’ panel did; you give ten seasoned professionals a microphone, and you get a specific kind of education that you could never get in a classroom. In mid-October students and emerging professionals pursuing a career in the design field had an opportunity to talk to a panel of established design professionals, learning about their post college work experiences and how their career paths led them to their current positions. The panel consisted of: Commercial and Residential Designers, an Architect, a Specialty Designer, Educators, Showroom Manager, Interior Design Photographer and a Landscape Architect. The panel came prepared with stories of success and cautionary tales for the young audience. Each individual provided candid, and constructive advice ranging from portfolio development, and interview etiquette to networking and business advice.

Panelists, and attendees were graciously hosted by Jamestown for the event, and Porcelanosa for the reception where young designers were able to talk to panelists on a one-on-one basis. We asked the professionals to give us one last piece of advice. Stephanie Rossi "Do not take constructive criticism personally, use it as a learning tool to educate yourself and grow as a professional." John Day “When you can, take accounting, economics and business classes at school. Good design is almost always only something you can pursue if you have taken steps to understand business and when your clients trust you enough with their money and time to allow you the creative license needed to explore unique solutions, designs and ideas.”

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Sarah Campernel “Good ideas alter the balance in relationships. That is why good ideas are (almost) always initially resisted…You don’t know if your idea is any good the moment it’s created. Neither does anyone else. The most you can hope for is a strong gut feeling that it is. And trusting your feelings is not as easy as the optimists say it is. There’s a reason why feelings scare us— because what they tell us and what the rest of the world tells us are often two different things…Part of being a master is learning how to sing in nobody else's voice but your own.” – Quotes from one of my favorite books; Ignore Everybody: and 39 Other Keys to Creativity, written by Hugh MacLeod. Rosemary Porto “Dream big, work hard and listen to your gut.” Denise Rush “Seek out a career mentor by attending and networking at industry events, as well as being active in your professional organization.” Dane Austin "Mentorship is key. It's important to check your ego. We shouldn't see each other as competitors but rather, colleagues. Don't be afraid to ask for advice and feedback from your fellow designers. We can learn a lot from each other by sharing what does and doesn't work in our businesses. We raise the bar for what it means to be a practicing professional when we share what makes us stronger. There is plenty of work to go around." Judd Brown “Follow your passion at all costs....don't always take the obvious path into our vocational marketplace.....understand the unique options within the field

and use your strengths to put you where you best fit. Remember your first job may not be the one that your career blooms out of. Plan on working hard and long hours as success is not a chance occurrence!” Greg Lombardi – “Always trust your gut and [triple] check everything you do—proof your work and know that what you are sharing is an expression of you. Convey your creative perspectives with meaning; the story you are telling is only as powerful as the emotion and believability you put into it.” Michael Lee – “Never work for free or trade. In the beginning friends, and family will lead you to believe they can “help” but you need to always charge for your time and experience however hard it may be in the beginning because if you give your services away in the beginning you will lose respect when you feel comfortable charging.” Special thanks to Jamestown; Porcelanosa, and Caitlin Bardsley for photographing our event

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january 27

Tour the Ayer Mansion Tuesday, 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm 395 Commonwealth Ave Boston, MA 02215 $10 Members, $15 Non-Members Join us for a private tour of the country’s only surviving intact home designed by American artist and designer Louis Comfort Tiffany, son of the founder of Tiffany & Company and the company’s first design director who did interior design work for a variety of wealthy patrons.

march 11

Job Shadow Day at the BDC Boston Design Center (BDC) ASID New England chapter will participate in Boston Private Industry Council’s Job Shadow Day. ASIDNE will be one of many organizations and businesses in Boston working with the Boston Private Industry Council (PIC).

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ASID NE Annual Awards Gala Edwards M Kennedy Institute Columbia Point, MA

For more information visit our website at www.asidne.org

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THE NEW ENGLAND CHAPTER OF ASID WELCOMES OUR NEWEST MEMBERS To the following new members ASID New England extends an enthusiastic welcome. We invite you all to join us at our events and to participate in our wonderful chapter.

OVER 20 YEARS of Excellence

Allied Members Deborah Berger Jennifer Brisby Lauren Elizabeth Morgan Heather A. Ouellette Belinda Tortorella

Associate Members Colleen Hogan-Lopez

Students Cobi Austin Adrian Amanda Crockwell Kaitlin Desbiens Michelle Gordon Kimberly McCullough

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