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CALIFORNIA NORTH CHAPTER MAGAZINE VOLUME I SPRING 2018

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From our President We’ve been busy at the ASID California North Chapter over the past few months and have been working hard to make the organization a more viable benefit to all our members. Our goal is creating a lively chapter with variety of interesting events and opportunities, so that we can all join in the fun and get to know one another. In 2018 our ASID Chapter has grown; but we aren’t even close to being done. In fact, with all we have in store for you - we have only just started. In March we hosted a benefit for the Rebuild Wine Country and Habitat for Humanity Sonoma County; who’s organizations have been working hard to rebuild families lives after the devastating fires. The event at The Great Northern was well attended, as we raised money for both these organizations. From April - June we reignited the popular program of “Après Work” at Skool Restaurant. This program designed to educate and connect our young professionals about the business side of interior design, offering educational 90 min talks from local experts. Topics included a business attorney who spoke about the benefits of having a design agreement in place, photography for interior spaces and social media consultants. Aimed at both young professionals and pairing seasoned ASID industry members so both can learn from one another. Increasing our calendar of events, we offered numerous CEU’s with our Industry Partners. From Feb through May we held CEU’s at Ferguson, The Bath & Beyond, City Lights, Sherwin Williams, SFDC and Jack London Kitchen & Bath. Leading our members with meaningful tools or grow their business and keep up with new innovations, plus educating them to changes in local and state laws. Creating partnerships with showrooms is just one way that ASID CA North benefits is members. We also created cultural partnerships with local interior design non-profits San Francisco Decorators Showcase to bring our members discounted tickets for the for this year’s Showhouse. While offering special tours to student groups at a low discounted rate. In the early Fall we will partner with The American Craft Show and in October The San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show. Lastly, we want to make sure you all join us for our ASID Member Appreciation Party; Sponsored by Cosentino City & Zephyr. Event is June 21 at Cosentino’s SFDC Showroom - as a way to thank all of our members and IPs for their support of our Chapter. Make sure you mark your calendar because you won’t want to miss the fun. To see our full schedule of events: http://can.asid.org/events/ Chris Eskra President@can.asid.org

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DESIGNER SPOTLIGHT

George Brazil, co-founding partner of SagreraBrazil Design; an interior design firm specializing in high end residential interiors; consists of partnership with Cecilia Sagrera-Hill. George & Cecilia joined forces after George worked with well-known design firms; Orlando Diaz Azcuy, James Marzo, and Jeffrey Werner and holds a BA degree from California State University at Sacramento, while bring a Certified Interior Designer. Their partnership over the last 15 years ago has grown their firm into a successful practice, which includes junior designers and a full design staff. Owner, lead principal while overseeing the day to day business management, George averages a 50 hour work - while working alongside Cecilia and their group talented designers. Maintianing a healthy work balance, George begins with morning rituals including Transcendental Meditation, yoga and journaling. Each Monday begins with group design team meetings, of the 8 – 10 clients they handle simultaneously. George’s role in leading while offering his expertise in years of project management, helps projects to stay on task and stay ahead of project deadlines. At the onset of each project, George spends quite a bit of time getting to know each of his clients, to fully understand their overall design goals, project timelines and expectations, plus creating a strong bond that carries each project through to completion. Depending on the project size, George’s + principal designers decide who is ultimately responsible for what portion of the project. George shared that each of the design team uses a mix of design software; AutoCAD, Vectorworks, plus manual sketching and rendering. If time and budget allow, SageraBrazil Design will provide key perspectives, renderings - painted by hand. While both versions can convey the ultimate design perspective – George still loves the luxury and drama that comes with delivering and creating hand rendered perspectives. Outside of his work George recently joined the board for The Institute of Classical Architecture and Art in San Francisco (http://www.classicist-nocal.org). His focus and board duties lie in educational programs and fundraising. George shared that if had not gone into the field of interior design he would have been an artist, a ceramicist, or even a landscape designer. Starting at an early age, George has always been a creative person, and this life-long passion has resulted in a fruitful interior design career of 25 + year. To learn more visit: www.sagrerabrazildesign.com Follow on social media: instagram.com/sagrerabrazildesign - 8 - VOLUME I SPRING | CA NORTH CHAPTER - 9 - VOLUME I SPRING 2018 | CA NORTH CHAPTER


DESIGNER SPOTLIGHT

KELLY TIVEY

Kelly Tivey is a professional member of ASID, with dual degrees in both Interior Design and Organizational Behavior. These duel degrees have allowed her to provide a wonderful balance, allowing her to be creative and a well-organized as a business owner. After working for 20 years in the industry with other firms, Kelly founded Kelly Tively Interiors ten years ago. Kelly Tivey Interiors focuses on residential design and typically handles four to five larger active projects with an additional 15 to 20 smaller, slower paced jobs at the same time. Kelly prides herself on organizing her firm’s workload and project management schedule so that each client gets the attention they need. Allowing free space within the workday, Kelly leaves time to deal with any unexpected events that pop up during any busy interiors designer’s day. Leading her firm Kelly handles all aspects of the business management herself. Currently expanding her brand to include E-books and training guides, Kelly’s educational series gives readers direction and tools to stop making decorating mistakes, while problem solving to create meaningful and informed home decisions. Kelly’s next step is in preparing to launch online courses on how to successfully manage all aspects of the decorating and shopping process. c o n t i n u e d n ex t p a g e

To learn more about Kelly Tivey, ASID visit Kelly Tivey Interior Design visit www.kellytiveyinteriors.com or email ktivey@comcast.net

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Juggling her successful design practice, Kelly devotes her non-business time to her 3 children. Sharing that her personal motivation in life is to work with people to change their lives through their environment. Exemplifying ideals of a professional interior designer – through her dedication to her craft, ethos and style; Kelly notes that her personal design mission and belief’s mimics the ASID tagline of “Design Impacts Lives”.

ASID SUPPORTS MEALS ON WHEELS Meals on Wheels of Alameda County (MOWAC) celebrates 31 years of supporting the delivery of nutritious meals to homebound seniors in the community. The 5 Meals on Wheels programs that MOWAC supports, prepare and deliver nutritious meals to 2,200 seniors daily.

June Event: feedingseniors.org/ taste-2018 October Event: feedingseniors.org/ wheels-for-meals-ride-2018 Donate: feedingseniors.org

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In order to maintain the current service levels and hopefully reach more seniors in need, MOWAC hosts two annual events each year, June event Taste 2018 and a October event called Wheels for Meals Ride. From these 2 amazing events donations and funds help to serve more nutritious meals to needy, frail seniors in 2018.

Due to stagnant government funding, our Meals on Wheels programs rely on private donations from individuals and foundations, along with annual event proceeds. Alameda County alone is home to over 40,000 seniors who who struggle with food insecurity due to financial hardship, a lack of a caregiver, inability to shop for groceries, and/or prepare healthy, nutritious meals.

Meals on Wheels of Alameda County • P.O. Box 14002, Oakland, CA 94614 • Office: 510.777.9560

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FERGUSON+THE BATH & BEYOND

Ferguson Showrooms and The Bath + Beyond, are the innovative and driving force for the company’s product development, including the full range of decorative plumbing - which is what this brand is most widely known for both to the design trade and homeowners. Since original opening in 1986 The Bath + Beyond has a rich history of making clients dreams come true with the simple idea to offer the most exciting full-service bath fixture and faucet showroom available anywhere. The Bath + Beyond’s concept of creating a completely new and innovative environment was with a virtual living gallery,

Paramount to the company’s design features is the philosophy to always ensure they will help their customers find the items that meet their needs, within each customer’s preferred style or taste and within their budget. Educating their teams with extensive knowledge of their plumbing and fittings collections, while creating a narrative which also includes teaching them Ferguson’s rich history and influence over the world of decorative plumbing and appliances. Throughout the year each of the Ferguson or The Bath & Beyond showrooms host educational seminars, roundtable discussions, networking events vendor training sessions and CEU’s while sponsoring and giving back during industry events. Their passion for each of their communities while working with trade professionals helps them to educate / inform their clients and customers on new technologies, product updates, and innovative design trends.

including exceptional products. From traditional to contemporary, rustic to farmhouse you will not find a wider selection of decorative plumbing, sinks, tubs and shower components anywhere in Northern CA. While sharing that in May 2018 their assortment will now include a full range of premium kitchen appliances with the highest-grade products and accessories.

Visit: www.fergusonshowrooms.com | www.bathandbeyond.com | Follow: @thebathandbeyond | @fergusonshowrooms

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2018 SF Decorators Showhouse Designers: Eyes on Hue: Outdoor Entry Simon Breitbard Fine Arts Elevated Elegance: Grand Entry Hall Molie Malone Interior Design Art Salon Dining Room Bjorn Design Kitchen and Breakfast Nook Good Vibes!: Family Room Ian Stallings Design Lararia Guest Refuge: Bedroom Kari McIntosh Design Lemondrop Lullaby: Bedroom Dina Bandman Interiors Tangerine Dream Lounge Willem Racké Studio Susan Lind Chastain

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41ST ANNUAL SAN FRANCISCO DECORATOR SHOWCASE The San Francisco Decorator Showcase is widely considered to be the West Coast’s premier design showhouse event, renowned for featuring the work of the region’s top interior and landscape designers. All the funds raised through the Decorator Showcase go directly to support the San Francisco University High School Financial Aid Program, raising nearly $16 million and benefiting hundreds of students. Thanks to the generosity of sponsors, the participation of hundreds of accomplished designers, the school’s trustees, parents, faculty, alumni, students, friends, and the thousands of Showcase visitors each year, the San Francisco Decorator Showcase allows San Francisco University High School to offer financial aid to its students. It is through the community’s continued support that quality education has been made available over the past three decades to hundreds of deserving Bay Area students.

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Molie Malone Interior Design Photographer: Christopher Stark @moliemalone

Above, the Garden Awaits: Bathroom BLANKwalls Design The Terrace A Room for Living: Living Room Mead Quin Design Entry Hallway UHS teachers Lisa Carroll & Matthew Scheatzle Sea Scape: Bathroom bd home design + interiors Rosé Lounge: Family Room Coddington Design DJ Getaway Bashford Design Androgino: Bathroom Elementi Ocean Retreat Bedroom Eden Wright Design A Room of her Own September Studio Ten Thousand Dreams: Master Bedroom Jeff Schlarb Design Studio Master Bathroom A N D Design by Adele Lapointe Vintage Modern Styling Room MODtage design In-House Wine Grotto Lane McNab Interiors The Reading Room Elan Evans Decorative Finishes Cynthia Spence Design Inc . The Lady Cave DLC-ID Bedroom Hallway Jenifer Kent Kristin Landowski Public Restroom artwork provided by Jenifer Kent


THE SUN THE MOON & THE STARS: The 34th Annual Fall Art & Antiques Show

And, of course, this is all to support a very important local non-profit that has supported San Francisco Youth since 1969. 100% of net proceeds support Enterprise for Youth, which works tirelessly to empower young people to prepare for and discover career opportunities through training, guidance and employment experiences through supportive and diverse environments.

San Francisco has a lot to brag about: breathtaking views, enviable weather, world class museums, insanely steep hills. But did you know it also boasts the oldest international art and antiques show on the West Coast? Every October, Festival Pavilion at Fort Mason is transformed into a stunning gallery lined with the best dealers from across Europe and North America, selling a breadth of museum-quality works from across the globe and through the centuries.

Tickets and info at www.sffas.org For more information on Enterprise for Youth, visit: www.enterpriseforyouth.org

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It’s a lot to take in and something no San Franciscan should miss. And, in addition to one of the best parties of the year (you don’t want to miss the Opening Night Gala), there is something to do, see and buy every day for four straight days. Immerse yourself in the world of great art and antiques with the Lecture Series, book signings, cocktail

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Returning this year are the celebrated Designer Vignettes in the Grand Entry Hall, which bring the annual show theme to life. The 2018 vignettes showcase the theme: The Sun, The Moon & The Stars: Celestial Imagery in Art, Antiques & Design, through the work of four of the world’s leading designers: Charlotte Moss (the sun), Madeline Stuart (the moon), The Wiseman Group (the stars), and Ken Fulk (the zodiac). for more onfo, please visit: sffas.org

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