IMI Featured in Prime Magazine: Newsletter Sep 2012
|Anita Lang Signature Furniture: Curvilinear Collection|
The idea behind curvilinear design is the use of curved lines in art and architecture. As design and architecture continue to evolve, there is a great movement towards curvilinear design that can be seen in places such as the works of Zama Hadid and Gehry. The gap between the constructed environment, and the physical and psychological well being of those in that environment can be bridged through the wonderfully free flowing, informal and organic expressions found in curvilinear design.
Inspired by natural shapes such as conch shells, tide marks on the sea shore and even the female form, the Anita Lang Signature Curvilinear Collection embraces the use of the free flowing line. Many find these soft lines to be pleasant, elevating and calming and we have been able to captured such a spirit in this collection.
We will announce the winner of the first Luxury Series contest and give an inside look at what made Anita design furniture.
You might recall mention of lights and cameras in our studio recently as well. Anita filmed a collection of 9 interior design expert insights videos this month for a possible spot on a major website.
Stay tuned next month for an update on the progress!
Experience: Tour of Homes
Every year the Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS sponsors a Tour of Homes event to help raise money for their fantastic organization.
This year, in combination with Luxe Source Magazine and John Brooks Showroom as well as numerous other partners and sponsors, the event is being taken to a new level.
Magnificent homes are being opened up throughout the prestigious Silverleaf Community, as well as beautiful Paradise Valley.
This wonderful event will take place Saturday, October 27th and Sunday, October 28th with an exclusive brunch hosted by a surprise celebrity chef.
We encourage everyone to take a moment to come out and view these exquisite works of architecture and design, while supporting a wonderful cause.
Time to submit your Inspire Foundation nominations is running out!
We are still accepting nominations
for organizations or families that could benefit from a total redesign and remodel of their space through our
your nominations to
to take a look around
on our newly redesigned website!