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BUSINESS SENSE Realizing Opportunities: A Design Professor’s Guide to Success BY KELLEY GRANGER I f you’ve ever been to a financial planner, you’ll know that spreading your money among different investments will reduce your risks without forgoing too much possible gain. To put it simply, you avoid putting all your eggs in one basket. In today’s designer job market, approaching your work in the same way can yield numerous career benefits as it simultaneously increases your marketability and potential income. Scott Ageloff, the dean of the New York School of Interior Design (and principal of his own design firm, Ageloff & Associates), weighed in on how designers can use education and experience to broaden their job searches, and perhaps even find work in a parallel field. 18 • boutique DESIGN january/february 2009

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Boutique Design - January/February 2009

Boutique Design - January/February 2009
Boutique Buzz
Designer’s Eye
Ian Schrager on Edition, His Partnership with Marriott
Business Sense
Niche. Improvement. Escape. The State of the Industry: Now and the Future
Industry Research
Three Firms Fight On
The Do’s and Don’ts of Networking
Simeone Deary Design
Haute Suites
Shopping the Market: Tabletop
Shopping the Market: Seating
Jeffrey S. Degen, AIA On Reasons Why the Time is Right for Hotel Development
Wanda Jankowski Speaks to Karen Daroff about Bathroom Trends
Calendar/ Advertisers Index

Boutique Design - January/February 2009