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Interior Design

Interior Design
Categories Interior design
Frequency Monthly
Company Sandow
Country United States
Based in New York City, New York
Language English
Website .netinteriordesign

Interior Design is an American interior design magazine.[1]

Editors have included Donald D. Macmillan;[2]Sherman R. Emery, from 1960 to 1983;[3] and Stanley Abercrombie.

See also

References

  1. ^ Who's who in Interior Design, 2000, p.231. "Projects Published in: "The New York Times"; "The Miami Herald"; "House Beautiful Magazine"; "Interior Design Magazine"; "The Designer Magazine"; "Home Magazine"; "Home Entertainment Magazine"; "Vanidades Magazine"; "Victorian ...
  2. ^ Princeton Alumni Weekly, 72, i, 1971. "He was managing editor of INTERIOR DESIGN magazine and was the author of numerous magazine articles. He also wrote a number of books including “Good Taste in Home Decorating" and "Great American Furniture Styles, 1630-1830.
  3. ^ Best: from the Interior design magazine Hall of Fame John C. Aves, Pirrie B. Aves, 1992, p. 236. "Sherman R. Emery, Editor of Interior Design Magazine, 1960–83. 1990, Louis M.S. Beal, Maria Bergson, Robert Bray, Thomas Britt, Frank Gehry, Margaret McCurry, Michael Schaible, Philippe Starck, Stanley Tigerman, Billie Tsien, Carleton Varney ...

External links

  • .netinteriordesign, the magazine's official website
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