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Continuing Education Is Important to Us

Continuing Education Is Important to Us

Continuing Education is important to us and our clients. We at Business Interiors stay up to date on industry trends, advancements, innovations, and the art and science of interior design finishes and furnishings.

Mississippi architects, designers, and specifiers joined us at our showroom and headquarters in Ridgeland, Mississippi, for this Continuing Education Unit about vinyl and other coated fabrics. They heard in-depth about best practices using these high-performance fabrics while maintaining their accreditation and enjoying a little hospitality.

Thank you to all of our clients and colleagues in the industry who joined us for this event. We can’t wait to see you again at the next Continuing Education event here at Business Interiors.

 

 

Business Interiors Team Members Tour New Products Offered at AIS in Boston

Business Interiors Team Members Tour New Products Offered at AIS in Boston

Our team from Business Interiors had a visit to AIS in the Boston area to explore the innovative, beautiful, and affordable office interiors products offered by AIS. Through Business Interiors, your access to amazing design quality, durability, and budget-friendly solutions has only gotten greater. We love opportunities to increase our knowledge of industry trends and our access to very best products for your needs.

A consultation with our team is the first step to get your spaces looking and functioning at their best. Call to schedule today! (601) 969-1000

 

Maharam Fabrics Spotlight and Visit

Maharam Fabrics Spotlight and Visit

Susan Sublette of Maharam Fabrics popped in at Business Interiors to give us a peek at new patterns and colorways just released. Joining her is Kay Walters of Business Interiors, Inc. Ready to talk about the latest and best fabrics for your office, healthcare space, education space, and more? Give us a call at (601) 969-1000 to schedule your consultation.

SPOTLIGHT ON MAHARAM:

“At NeoCon 2018, Maharam delivered visual impact through architectural scale and an elemental use of lines and planes with a new installation designed in collaboration with American industrial designer, Leon Ransmeier. Featuring previews of upcoming textiles from the Maharam Design Studio, Scholten & Baijings, Paul Smith, Alexander Girard, Doshi Levien, Jonathan Olivares, Giulio Ridolfo, and Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, the large-scale installation was partly encircled by Alexander Girard and Hella Jongerius rugs displayed on inclined metal plinths that referenced a 1938 MoMA exhibition conceived by Herbert Bayer to exemplify “the Bauhaus principles of exhibition technique in which clarity and arresting arrangement are combined.” Photography by Nathan Kirkman.For more information, visit http://bit.ly/2MajrCE

 

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