Oliver Furth

Interior Designer; Chair, Decorative Arts and Design Council

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Interior designer based in Los Angeles, California, and chair of the Decorative Arts and Design Council 

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In a normal year, many Angeleno designers and showroom owners would be packing their bags soon to head to Milan for Salone del Mobile, the massive furniture fair.

With spring design fairs and travel on hold, LA designers get creative with constraints

In a normal year, many Angeleno designers and showroom owners would be packing their bags soon to head to Milan for Salone del Mobile, the massive furniture fair.

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What ascribes meaning to an object? We asked several people are in the business of making and selling “meaningful objects.”

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What ascribes meaning to an object? We asked several people are in the business of making and selling “meaningful objects.”

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