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Northwest Design Awards Gala

Two new member benefits add valued services to your business toolkit.

SDC celebrates award winning projects with a transformation from all white to bright.

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Collaborating with Coyote Central Student artists from Coyote Central design and fabricate two soon-to-be residents of the design center campus.

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Recent Arrivals

Find a great range of color, form and texture in this season’s Recent Arrivals.

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from the editor I sat down to write this letter with the intention of telling you about a new owner of the design center and our plans for moving forward—but at the time we went to press, the building was still for sale. Prospective owners have been touring the property—we’ve met with some and all have expressed interest in keeping the design center aspect. There may be new uses or occupancies for portions of the campus, but I think we’ll see a welcome infusion of energy. Whether physical updates to the exterior of the building, improvements to common areas and furnishings, or new tenants to deepen the pool, we’re going to experience a revitalized design center. And progress like this is indeed good. Speaking of progress and vitalization, we’ve had a rich opportunity for collaboration through local nonprofit Coyote Central. A team of eight middle school students, under the guidance of master welder and artist Rusty Oliver, designed and fabricated a bike rack slash sculpture to be installed under the skybridge. This is part of a neighborhood benefit package Hines implemented—see more about the organization and the project on page 6. Significant change always seems to encourage, perhaps even require, a review of priorities, and we’ve spent time exploring our through line. This cycle of review has cast fresh light on our role in an ever changing, expanding marketplace, and I’m excited about the exploration ahead. There will be tests and there will be slips, as there always are with change, but we remain committed to supporting the design trade. Keep your eyes open for new opportunities for collaboration this fall, as well as new initiatives we’re planning for our social media platforms and website. I see this as a pivot point and I look forward to the next phase of SDC.

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GALA We started all white and ultimately went bright when celebrating honorees at the 15th Annual Northwest Design Awards Gala. The evening included dinner, good music, presentation of awards and a great post party.

Left to right: Amy Halffman, Bert Philipp and Teresa Francis have reason to smile—Westport Shipyard’s two wins.

Left to right: Scott Gjesdahl, Jeff Santerre and Sandra Gjesdahl congratulate each other on their respective wins.

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Left to right: Susan Marinello and Amy Kazen pose after receiving a first place in Best Individual Room: Traditional.


Left to right: Jolene Davis, Tina Bieber, Reisa Pollard, Maya Sagadore, Lindsay Levin and Sarah Antonich of Beyond Beige Interior Design after accepting for one of their two wins—first place in Most Innovative Design Component; second place in Bathroom.

Left to right: Jeremy Hatchett, Shyla Germain, Jason Clifton, and Jeremy Bauer won second place in Whole House Less Than $400,000. They also won bonus points for traveling from Alaska to accept the award.

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Seattle Design Center needed a partner for a project to add functional sculpture to the design center campus—essentially a bike rack that does the double duty of encouraging biking while also supporting the neighborhood’s unique fusion of design and art. Enter Coyote Central. Coyote challenges young adolescents to build competence and creativity through hands-on workshops with professionals in creative fields. And we definitely saw that in action—a team of eight middle school students, working with master welder and artist Rusty Oliver, took the initial concept, suggested poses, decided as a group which one best served as a bike rack, and then fabricated the piece as a team—ultimately 21 feet in length. All in five days! The finished piece will be installed under the skybridge in the next two months.

Photos: Gregg Krogstad

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This transitional brocaded pattern features an extremely luxurious combination of colors, materials and textures. The background is a deep charcoal in all Tibetan boucle (uncut) wool. Design elements feature Chinese silk in raised pile to give the piece a three-dimensional look and feel in tones of pewter grey, midnight blue and silver. The look of this piece in person is extraordinary.

The Auguste Chair by Jacques Garcia is inspired by 1920s Bauhaus design and features a supple leather back and seat and forged iron frame that comes standard in Garcia’s fonderie finish. It offers a generous sling seat, yet has a modest footprint that can work in any modern setting. The Auguste Chair is offered in three Baker leathers: porcini, morel or black truffle.

3 | V I CO U S T I C Omega Wood is another Vicoustic 2-in-1 (absorption and diffusion) product. The smooth curved surface acts as a diffuser, while the foam interior (intentionally separated from the perforated wood surface) offers an extraordinary absorption effect on mid frequencies. Omega Wood is an excellent solution for particularly demanding acoustic requirements, offering both diffusion and an excellent absorption rate/m2, combined with a unique, attractive design.

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The Metropolitan collection from Stickley strikes a wonderful balance of modern lines with a sensitivity for excellent, timeless design. Honey-toned woods emerge as a reaction to the dark wenge and other woods we’ve been seeing in furniture for so long. A natural finish allows woods, such as cherry and walnut, a fresher look than ever as shown here in the 718 Morris Plains finish. The graceful lines, refined finishes, and heirloom quality are signature Stickley.

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Jennifer West is thrilled to partner with B Studios by Shelley Buurman. This bespoke collection, featuring It’s Handled and Talle, may feature combinations of walnut, suede, haired hide and hand-forged handles. Used together or alone, B Studios is where utility meets luxury!

Cavan Carpets has been built on the belief that in order to produce the finest carpets and rugs in the world, you must start with the finest materials in the world. We spend countless hours researching and testing our materials so that we can give you the very best in handmade, wall-to-wall broadloom and area rugs. We use the best products found in nature and combine them with a one-of-a-kind human touch to produce unique, luxurious handmade products with a stunning look and feel.

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8 | K R AV ET/L E E J O FA /B R U N S C H W I G & F I L S Inspired by his latest book, Barclay Butera: Getaways and Retreats, Butera has created a collection that encompasses two of his favorite getaway moods: Retreat and Bungalow. The fabrics designed for Retreat, including sheers and textures, are all rendered in a washed, easy palette of soft, calm neutrals. This facet of the collection is designed to offer a truly relaxing and calming escape from the chaos of daily life, and works together to create a casual elegance for which Butera is renowned.

7 | W I L L I A M & WAY N E One of the most dramatic and important changes you can make to decor is new wall covering. More than 15 years of decorative and design experience are applied to every single sheet of hand-painted paper that leaves the Vahallan studio. Years spent developing the perfect combination of color and contrast result in finishes that fit any project. Whatever your dreams for your new decor are, Vahallan Papers can help you reach them.

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9 | DURALEE For more than 80 years, the Bailey & Griffin brand was a leading source of fine fabrics, wallpaper and trimmings to the design trade. From hand-blocked chintz to printed linens, Bailey & Griffin built a base of traditional, charming luxury that has not only stood the test of time, but is remarkably relevant in today’s interior design market. Duralee is pleased to announce that they have reached into the Bailey & Griffin archives to revive this line of traditionally-inspired and vibrantly-colored handscreened prints and coordinated wovens.

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Balancing dramatic scale with flea market-find design, the Irondale Collection offers comfortable seating in fresh lines, lush velvets and buttery top grain leather. Cast iron beds are accented with linen panels and a vintage patina finish. Storage solutions embellished with iron and brass details resemble libraries of the 1940s, providing smart and stylish organization for any room. Dining (Nash dining table pictured here) and coffee tables made from reclaimed doors and salvaged architecture are paired with old factory machine parts for striking, one-of-a-kind conversation starters. Also pictured: Josie sideboard and Connor dining chair.

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12 12 | PINDLER & PINDLER Pindler is proud to introduce exclusive Sunbrella® upholstery patterns. Functional, trend setting Sunbrella is the perfect fabric for casual indoor and outdoor living. Developed from several years’ experience, Sunbrella is made of durable solution dyed, all-weather acrylic. As a result, Sunbrella is among the most dependable brands of beautiful indoor/ outdoor fabric.

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The Steampunk Sconce is perfect for residential, and it meets ADA standards for commercial interiors. The variations for the diffuser range from plain glass to gold leaf and aluminum. This is Boyd’s first fixture in the Steampunk style based on retro-futuristic technology found in the works of authors H.G. Wells and Jules Verne.

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1 3 | M I C H A E L FO L K S New transitional product from Interior Crafts just revealed on the showroom floor. The chaise is pictured with a soft walnut finish. 33"W x 31"H x 65"D

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14 1 4 | D I XO N G RO U P The weathered textures and natural patinas that objects develop after years of exposure to the elements served as the inspiration to Hartmann & Forbes’ new designs. Highlighting the update is the aged Barnwood finish for woodblinds. Inspired by the aged texture and deep patinas of reclaimed Oregon barn wood, American artisans hand-distress the natural grains of linden wood to replicate the appearance that otherwise takes decades to occur. The resulting three finishes offer a rustic impression designed to add texture and comfort to any modern interior space.

The Discovery Collection offers durable, designer solutions for residential, hospitality and commercial projects, including two new, solution-dyed upholsteries for Brentano’s line of outdoor fabrics. The bold, vertical stripes of Parterre, like the regimented European gardens inspiring the name, give a formal structure to the traditional twill weave, yet play with color and scale. Lightfast, antibacterial and bleach cleanable, 100 percent polyester Parterre and its 100 percent polyolefin companion Element, a subtle texture, both exceed 70,000 double rubs (Wyzenbeek) for true beauty and performance.

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16 1 6 | S C H U M AC H E R View the latest collection of fabrics, furnishings and custom rugs in versatile hues and sinuous designs by Timothy Corrigan, exclusively for Schumacher and Patterson Flynn Martin.

17 | DESIGNER FURNITURE GALLERIES Van Peursem reflects the vision of its founder, Christian Plasman, who draws upon decades of experience as a senior executive with respected leaders in the furniture industry, including the Herman Miller Company, HBF and Baker Furniture. Plasman has established Van Peursem as a company that honors the principles of excellence in design, manufacturing and service. From a select portfolio of classic forms inspired by traditional fine furniture and shaped for contemporary lifestyles, each piece reflects a dedication to design, materials and authentic craftsmanship, and is created to be of lasting value.

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8 | K R AV ET/L E E J O FA /B R U N S C H W I G & F I L S Inspired by his latest book, Barclay Butera: Getaways and Retreats, Butera has created a collection that encompasses two of his favorite getaway moods: Retreat and Bungalow. The fabrics designed for Retreat, including sheers and textures, are all rendered in a washed, easy palette of soft, calm neutrals. This facet of the collection is designed to offer a truly relaxing and calming escape from the chaos of daily life, and works together to create a casual elegance for which Butera is renowned.

7 | W I L L I A M & WAY N E One of the most dramatic and important changes you can make to decor is new wall covering. More than 15 years of decorative and design experience are applied to every single sheet of hand-painted paper that leaves the Vahallan studio. Years spent developing the perfect combination of color and contrast result in finishes that fit any project. Whatever your dreams for your new decor are, Vahallan Papers can help you reach them.

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9 | DURALEE For more than 80 years, the Bailey & Griffin brand was a leading source of fine fabrics, wallpaper and trimmings to the design trade. From hand-blocked chintz to printed linens, Bailey & Griffin built a base of traditional, charming luxury that has not only stood the test of time, but is remarkably relevant in today’s interior design market. Duralee is pleased to announce that they have reached into the Bailey & Griffin archives to revive this line of traditionally-inspired and vibrantly-colored handscreened prints and coordinated wovens.

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