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March 2017 - Dallas

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70 ART + DECORATION K n o x - H e n d e r s o n continues to evolve into a powerhouse retail and home design mecca. Forty Five Ten's stylish new interiors boutique, For Home, opened early this month, at 4510 McKinney, housed in the boutique's former space. (As the world knows, Forty Five Ten is now located downtown in a gleaming new structure.) Forty Five Ten's home creative director, Rob Dailey, has pulled together showroom owners, designers, and gallerists to showcase: Jan Showers, Emily Summers, Allan Knight, David FOR HOME OPENS and Emily Summers ON THE MOVE Update! Sutherland, George Cameron Nash, Jan Barboglio, Peacock Alley, and Talley Dunn Gallery. The beloved T-Room lunch spot, which never closed during the transition, lives on. We're covering all the details in depth in our April issue … We've learned that Emily Summers Studio design shop (stocking her exclusive collections from KGBL, Saridis of Athens, Cedric Hartman, and Emily Summers Studio furniture) is relocating from its Highland Park Village location to a spot just north of McKinney Avenue on Insurance Lane. Summers' design firm will be under the I t was a quiet announcement, but a huge deal: Last fall, two great design companies, Holly Hunt and Vladimir Kagan Design Group joined forces, with Hunt acquiring Kagan's line from his children after his FORCE MAJEURE M ention the name Poliform and sleek i n t e r c h a n g e a b l e systems for kitchens, closets, and bookcases leap to mind. That same passion for modular living comes into play with the new Mondrian coffee tables, designed by French architect Jean- Marie Massaud. Rearrange as you wish: Mondrian's three shapes and two heights make them stunning to layer, and a lightweight, cast-bronze aluminum base makes them easy to move about. In wood, marble, and lacquer. From $2,200, at Scott + Cooner, 1617 Hi Line Dr., Rebecca Sherman Poliform and FUNCTION death last year at age 88. The longtime friends had collaborated on many projects, including custom furniture for Hunt's Chicago apartment. Kagan's swooping furnishings are some of the most recognizable of the 20th century, with 120 of his iconic designs still in production and hundreds archived. Newly freshened in Holly Hunt fabrics and leathers, the full Kagan collection is available to the trade at Hunt's Dallas showroom. Holly Hunt, Dallas Design Center, 1025 N. Stemmons Freeway, Rebecca Sherman Vladimir Kagan at Holly Hunt same roof. Emily Summers Studio, 4639 Insurance Lane, emilysummersstudio. com; Rebecca Sherman Mondrian coffee tables from Poliform Emily Summers

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