Yesterday (October 7th) William and I attended a seminar for interior designers, conducted by Steve Nobel. It was very informative, and afterwards, Kravet Lee/Jofa hosted a buffet luncheon. We enjoyed the blanc de blanc sparkling wine, and a hot meal, while chatting with colleagues and perusing all the latest goodies... see http://www.kravet.com/ and http://www.leejofa.com/
On Saturday, October 31 I will be conducting a seminar for the general public under the title of "Real investment, Designed to sell" at the IDC see http://www.idcfl.com/ and look forward to meeting some new friends and potential clients.
The IDC or International Design Center, is an amazing place, only a few years old, designed by Juan Montoya, and developed by Margaret Miller and the Miromar Development Corporation.
http://www.idcfl.com/ Stop in and enjoy touring the showrooms with your designer or architect. If you don't yet have a designer, the IDC is prepared, and has a wonderful designer referral program, and designer on call. The value represented by this service is huge for any savvy consumer and homeowner. One of the things I learned from Mr.Nobel and panelist Janet Bilotti, was that no designer deserves to be treated disrespectfully by a client. Life is way too short, and we are professionals in a global multi billion dollar business. DF