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Have You Seen? 1 2 5 3 4 1. Desso Hospitality has unveiled Infinity, its new Axminster carpet collection designed by UK-based Desso designer Jonathan Currell. The universe and its eternity, the position of our planet in it, and the continuous cycles of nature all served as Currell’s inspiration, seen through deep colors and various shapes of circles. 6 2. LoomSource, a sub-brand of the Momentum Group, now offers Hable Construction’s collection of bestselling fabrics for the hospitality market. The Port & Cape Collection is a bold mix of 14 patterns (including eight new ones designed speci cally for LoomSource) and 82 SKUs—from Islet, Suzani, Murano, and Batik, which are inspired by vintage textiles, to Malta, a Moroccan tile design. 3. The Charles Alan custom Meridian barstool with nail head trim was recently speci ed via KC Rep Source by Amber Lewis, interior designer at Landry’s Inc. for the company’s Claim Jumper Restaurant in Nashville. 4. Arch Framing & Design, which specializes in wholesale framed artwork, mirrors, and art consulting, applies its evidence-based design experience to projects, allowing the company to serve large healthcare clients using credible data from multiple disciplines such as environmental psychology and behavioral economics to in uence the design process and promote patient healing and well-being. Shown, a piece of artwork at the sleep laboratory in the Sullivan Missouri Baptist Hospital. 5. Dramatically styled with interwoven panels of hand-etched aluminum, Basket Weave wall assemblies are the newest decorative offerings from Móz Designs. Utilized as a large-scale backdrop or a smaller-scale art installation, Basket Weave offers a visual presentation while being environmentally friendly: it’s made from 85 percent post-industrial recycled aluminum and contributes to LEED 2.0 MR Credit 4 – Recycled Content. 6. Pindler and Pindler introduces its new Exclusive Linen Trims Book, an elegant grouping of decorative trims using linen and linen blend constructions. The collection offers designers many options to embellish basic linens supporting a neutral palette with cords, fringes, a tassel fringe, and several flat jacquard tapes. 〉〉〉 24

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of NEWH - Winter 2012

NEWH - Winter 2012
Who’s Who
Conference Roundup
Sustainability: Point of View
Q&A: Cynthia Millow
Q&A: Lisa Ghai
Have You Seen?
Product Know How
On the Scene
On the Cover
Project: Hilton and Marriott Prototypes for Latin America
New Members
Project: Lodge at Sonoma Renaissance Resort & Spa
Save the Date
Partner Profies
Ad Index

NEWH - Winter 2012