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SHOPPING THE MARKET Seats for Tired Feet BY REBECCA GOLDBERG is a vantage the place where the room. Your view Aseatfrom the touchpoint. It’sthat spot; arguablyyou judgeimportantofelement inof the interior comes from your sense of the quality the design comes of that chair. It is the most a room. If you don’t agree with us, we invite you to send us a business letter. We bet you’ll write it sitting down. Gotcha! AOM STUDIOS >> M artinsville, Virginia-based AOM Studio, American of Martinsville, offers seating built exclusively with hospitality in mind. This chair is all about detailing, and is meant to be showcased in a public space or in a suite. < > W ho says that light colored woods can’t be modern? Not everything has to be moody, you know. Meet the Metro Chair by Westwood Interiors. If you’re really dark at heart, there are 50 other finishing options. Fabric is customers’ own material. 44 • 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