Beasley & Henley Interior Design Captures Luxury Home Buyer With Spectacular Interiors In Naples, Fl | Benzinga

Beasley & Henley Interior Design Captures Luxury Home Buyer With Spectacular Interiors In Naples, Fl | Benzinga

Interior Design Made Easy With the Room System – stupidDOPE

The elegant interiors of this 3,525 sqft home, are designed to appeal to high-end second home buyers at Lely Resort. This client is looking for well-appointed features and details which we are happy to create them, states Design Principal and Creative Director, Troy Beasley , whose 20 years of design experience have made him and his team a main player in the competitive Naples market for almost 15 years. Beasley explains that his interior design starts a year or more before the home is completed. The process starts in space planning, then moves to the interior detailing of the homes important features, followed by specification of the homes backgrounds’ and reaching the crescendo with furnishings. Some the features Beasley created in the Ponte Vedra Grande include the beautiful living room ceilings, the tray and step ceilings in the master bedroom and study, and the show-stopping master bathroom with its beautiful glass mosaic tile work.
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Center’s interior designers have spacious mission – The Redstone Rocket: People Profile

She possesses a wealth of knowledge about furniture and the industry. At that time, the Engineering Directorate support was grabbing any live body to support the process; we knew we needed to target more interior designers. Ms. Freedland ended up getting hired here and then over the next five and half years another 25 positions were filled. Along the way, there was concern about the rapid growth of the branch, but with the designers continued success with the programs and winning over new programs, management has allowed a steady growth to match customer needs. Freedland, who is still with the Interior Design section, has seen huge changes in the past decade, with the team now traveling the world to support a variety of projects. When I arrived here, I began to expand the furnishings standards for the administrative furniture program, Freedland said. It has evolved tremendously. The interior designers at Huntsville Center, led by section chief Carol Elder, support not just the Army, but all branches of the armed services.
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Head of Design at Mercedes-Benz Receives Best Interior Designer Award

Two Stockholm designers by the name of Erik Olovsson and Kyuhyung Cho decided to put together are really cool shelving situation. Their Room System is a series of stackable wooden blocks that come together to create a shelving unit that holds a variety of items. The Room System is an alternative way to display items instead of using the traditional rectangular presentation. Each part of the system features a space that is shaped differently to display anything from books to vases to plants.
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These are not just meaningless words, since we also had the chance to get down on a more hands-on approach with each of the aforementioned models, but the newly-introduced Mercedes-Benz interiors are also gathering accolades from design experts and fans around the world. Some of you know that at least the interior of the C-Class W205 was actually designed in Italy , by a team of interior designers which were until now used on creating the center consoles of Mercedes-Benz concept cars mostly, so it’s no wonder that its design is so far ahead and classy at the same time. Gorden Wagener – whom we had the pleasure of interviewing back in 2009 , soon after he had became head of design at Mercedes-Benz was praised today as the interior designer of the year at the 2014 Automotive Interiors Expo, in Stuttgart. The selection process for the award was made by a jury consisting of a large amount of car journalists from around the world, with the bunch finally voting on Gorden Wagener to take the award home for Mercedes-Benz. According to the jury, it was the three-pointed star manufacturer which has made the most significant contribution to improving interior quality, innovation and the environment over the last twelve months, which should come as no surprise to anyone that climbs in a well-specced Mercedes-Benz C-Class W205 or any of the aforementioned models.
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