You never know who you’ll meet on DesignTV by SANDOW. While great design is always a given, this week Interior Design’s Cindy Allen and Helene Oberman bring viewers face-to-face with designers, manufacturers, sourcing specialists, and an NBA team president.
In this Design Summit segment, sponsored by Thermador, Interior Design Managing Director Helene Oberman speaks with Andrew Kotchen of Workshop/APD, Sarah Robertson of Studio Dearborn, as well as Ron Woodson and Jaime Rummerfield of Woodson & Rummerfield’s House of Design, about how cultural shifts have impacted their approach to kitchen design.
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Interior Design Editor in Chief Cindy Allen treats viewers to a guided tour of Stone Source’s digital showroom along with Joe MacIsaac, the brand’s president and CEO, and Ron Silano, VP of product and procurement. Delving into the technological details of their site, MacIsaac and Solano explain how they set up their virtual showroom and optimized it to create an intuitive user experience.
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Designer Paulo Kos shares insights into Williams-Sonoma Inc.’s brand strategy in this Product Live segment hosted by Oberman and presented in partnership with Williams-Sonoma Inc. As VP of business-to-business design at WSI, Kos explains how his team approaches product development across the company’s brands for projects large and small, ranging from soccer stadiums to boutique hotels.
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To cap off the week, Allen hosted the group who put their minds together to renovate the Chase Center in San Francisco. The episode brings together the project heads including: Monica Bhargava, executive vice president of design and product development at Williams-Sonoma Inc.; Edith Ponciano, associate and lead designer on the Chase Center Project at Gensler Sports; Jonathan Emmett, design director and principal at Gensler Sports; as well as Rick Welts, president and chief operating officer for the Golden State Warriors NBA franchise, for a discussion sure to engage fans of both basketball and design.
Watch the full 1on1 interview here: