In Good Company

Good design to me suggests invisible orchestration – some sort of preplanning that results in something honest and comfortable.  The important questions are always the hardest to answer:  How do I want to live? How do I make my guests feel as at ease as I do when I return home after a long day?

The best parties, like the best houses, are the ones that address needs before desires are voiced or even felt.

   ~ “In Good Company”, Amanda Dameron, Dwell Magazine 

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