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Quintessential Designing What is Next ..New Trends in Design by Stacy Miles

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Quintessential Design Creating What is The Next ..by Stacy Miles

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“Creating What is Next” the New Decade of Design….by Stacy Miles www.stacymiles-designer.com

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Quintessential Designer Short List 2014

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maria kalmin

all in details

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red pouf

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Quintessential Pioneers of American Industrial Design,By Stacy Miles Designer 2014

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Quintessential Pioneers of American Industrial Design,By Stacy Miles Designer 2014Consumer interest in modern design

continued to increase after World War II, when machines allowed corporations to mass produce vacuums, hair dryers, toasters and other consumer goods at low cost. Industrial designers helped lower costs further by exploiting inexpensive new materials like plastic, vinyl, chrome, aluminum and plywood, which responded well to advances in manufacturing such as the use of molds and stamping. Affordable prices and growing prosperity nationwide helped drive popular demand.

Even as streamlining gave way to new looks in the 1960s, the groundbreaking work of industrial designers continued to transform the look of homes and offices across the country. Today, industrial design remains an integral component of American manufacturing and business, as well as daily life.

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Quintessential Pioneers of American Industrial Design,By Stacy Miles Designer 2014

PIONEERS OF AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN: 1880-1989 Encompassing everything from consumer goods-such as furniture, kitchen appliances, vacuums, cars, and even airplanes, industrial design is the study and creation of products whose function and construction have been optimized for human use. The work of these inspirational designers of the 20th century the “Pioneers of American Industrial Design”, have transformed homes, offices and helped to shape the look of everyday life in the 20th century. Their design inspiration has led the way to the age of technology in design for the 21st century.

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Designer Stacy Miles — reaching for the very roots of the question “Why design?” My inspirations come from everyday life, and the pioneers in design that came before me. It takes a lot of work to figure out how to make a design look good. So I work hard every day!

By honoring 12 of the nation’s most important and influential industrial designers, The Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum was the setting for the dedication. The 12 designers who are honored on individual stamps include Peter Müller-Munk, Frederick Hurten Rhead, Raymond Loewy, Donald Deskey, Walter Dorwin Teague, Henry Dreyfuss, Norman Bel Geddes, Dave Chapman, Greta von Nessen, Eliot Noyes, Russel Wright and Gilbert Rohde. Joining Granholm to dedicate the stamps were Bill Moggridge, director, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum; Ralph Caplan, design writer; Jessica Helfand and Sylvia Harris, Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee; Derry Noyes, art director; Margaret Bauer, art designer; and Stephen M. Kearney, executive director, Stamp Services.

Industrial design emerged as a profession in the United Sates in the 1920s, but really took off during the Great Depression. Faced with decreasing sales, manufacturers turned to industrial designers to give their products a modern look that would appeal to consumers. Characterized by horizontal lines and rounded shapes, the new, streamlined looks differed completely from the decorative extravagance of the 1920s. The designs evoked a sense of speed and efficiency and projected the image of progress and affluence the public desired.

Consumer interest in modern design continued to increase after World War II, when machines allowed corporations to mass produce vacuums, hair dryers, toasters and other consumer goods at low-cost. Industrial designers helped lower costs further by exploiting inexpensive new materials like plastic, vinyl, chrome, aluminum and plywood, which responded well to advances in manufacturing such as the use of molds and stamping. Affordable prices and growing prosperity nationwide helped drive popular demand.

Even as streamlining gave way to new looks in the 1960s, the groundbreaking work of industrial designers continued to transform the look of homes and offices across the country. Today, industrial design remains an integral component of American manufacturing and business, as well as daily life.

“What is New in Design 2014″ Quintessential Trends by Stacy Miles,Designer.

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What is “New “ in Design 2014:
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“What is New in Design 2014″ Quintessential Trends by Stacy Miles,Designer.

What is “New “ in Design 2014:
By Stacy Miles
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Among all the tiles , fancy fixtures, faucets, plumbing, and furnishings that I have designed with in 2013 there are some noticeable trends evolving for 2014… As I filtered through all my projects, here are the three trends that stood out:

Top Kitchen & Bathroom Trends
1. DIGITAL. Though it always sounds a bit ridiculous at first, there is no denying that digital technology is changing this industry dramatically. Though high-end spa tubs that play music and remember your “ favorite tunes on the iPad” , temperature control and conservation settings will no doubt become more commonplace.

2. RETROFIT &RENOVATE. The kitchen and bathrooms industry is responding to the needs of the thousands of homeowners and urban renters who wish to upgrade their existing homes. These products make retrofit and renovation easier with standard sizing and smart solutions to make DIY even easier (if that’s the route you choose). As a designer I suggest always working with professionals !

3. TRANSITIONAL / CONTEMPORARY Nearly every manufacturer I spoke with talked about their newest designs that were destined to be in high-demand due to their strategic aesthetic that was a nod towards traditional but just modern enough to appeal to today’s consumers. While I personally prefer more modern and edgy design, mid-century modern collectible items, these new products make designing a room a that will appeal to any elegant classic home and to a wider range of consumers.

For a Design Consultation in 2014, please contact me directly stacymilesdesigner@gmail.com

Stacy Miles
Designer

Interior Design/ Jewelry Design in Precious Metals/ Space Planning/Artistic Direction.

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Quintessential Design Case Study 2014,by Stacy Miles Designer.

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As the Designer ” I truly believe that any home renovation /remodel can be a success on a limited budget”.

By using my creative resourcefulness combined with my extensive formal design education , that includes all of my project experience inevitably lead to clever solutions and beautiful results.
When working with limited budget of roughly $80/per square foot and a compressed construction period of 120 days from the start of demolition to finish, as the designer and member of the remodel team of an architect, contractor, and electrician, I become the Design Director of the project. As I procure all the materials (everything except for the sheet rock). “Ordering everything myself saves money, as normally a contractor would add a fee on top of the cost for the materials, which includes being responsible for getting the right overage on the tiles and making sure everything arrived in the right sequence. “This usually is quite stressful, and I wouldn´t necessarily recommend trying this at home, DIY.”
As a designer, however, I do offer a client several user-friendly tips for staying on budget and on time. “Having done extensive research on all of my past projects, I am able to make final decisions on schedule, which is one of the most important aspects of any successful project. I always recommend that clients do their research by compiling and organizing their images or links to ideas, materials, and products in a thoughtful way; this is invaluable to you as well as working with a design team “Working within one’s budget is always challenging. As a designer, I am well aware of what´s available in terms of materials and fixtures and covet the same things I specify for my clients. The results are to always strike a balance between the high and low. In most projects in terms of colors I shoot for a fairly neutral palette with varied, rich textures and spots of color.” When it comes to tile, especially for a backsplash, “I splurge on tiles from one or two Italian Tile companies, because of the extraordinary depth of their colors (and non-colors) and handmade character. “The back splash tile in a kitchen or any space is a focal point, I tend not to produce a border tile for it. Since I chose the tile for its form and pattern, I feel that leaving the edge raw celebrates the design aspect .In terms of kitchen design, I always work with the highs and lows, given the open nature of the multi-function room, I tend to avoid upper cabinets and a full height refrigerator for a more integrated overall aesthetic. “For the kitchen splurges, I will go with fridge drawers and custom stainless steel panels to keep the kitchen quiet and monolithic. I may use other materials for the island, to surround and warm it up, quartz, granite and stone are the materials that work best with most tiles. As the designer, I tend to use a neutral palette to create a background that can accommodate a high/low design approach with any kitchen design. For more on my designing on a limited budget please contact me directly.
Stacy Miles
Designer
stacymilesdesigner@gmail.com

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