Day: July 1, 2014

The “missing” REAL value of an interior designer.

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Sometime back on this blog I wrote on a couple of topics, one around whether you really need an interior designer and another on the “design” element in interior design. Interestingly, last night I came across an old TED talk that takes the above expression even further The talk (it’s more of a conversation) is between Saul Wurman (the co-founder of TED) and Frank Gehry one of the legendary architects of our time. The crux of ¬†Gehry’s talk is around the fact that most customers miss out on the real value of an architect. I feel this is something that applies equally to interior design, when the customers expect just “carpentry” while the game is really about personal expression. Gehry says & I quote “Most architects when they present their work — most of the people we know, you get up and you talk about your work, and it’s almost […]