20 Years – Milestones
“To be one of only five editors is such a treasure,” Cindy Allen says, referring to Mayer Rus, Stanley Abercrombie (still the magazine’s books editor), Sherman Emery, and Harry Anderson, the founder and original publisher of the magazine. Allen is not only the second longest–serving editor (she’s actually been at the helm for almost 21 years) but also the only woman. “September 2001 was my first issue,” she recalls. “Highs and lows come with the territory, but my desire to create community, to support change has remained constant.” Before being named editor, Allen began her term at Interior Design as the marketing director—an experience that makes her uniquely positioned to man today’s digitally disrupted ship, which she has helped morph from a monthly print issue to a multimedia content generator and global design media brand. “I’m dedicated to supporting the industry, whether in print or pixels.”
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Giants of Design Speakers Shed Light on Innovations Shaping the Communities of the Future
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Honoring Women’s History Month
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Discover 13 Standouts From Dubai Design Week
Dubai Design Week 2023 featured thought-provoking installations and a growing focus on sustainable design and reinventing craft heritage.
Inside Sketch’s ‘Crafted Wonder’ Installation at the London Design Festival
Sketch’s 2023 London Design Festival installation, titled “Crafted Wonder,” transformed three rooms into boundary-pushing examples of the handmade.