April 15, 2024

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Unique: Ashley Tisdale Launches Residence Manufacturer With HomeThreads

MILAN — Actress, singer, businesswoman and inside designer Ashley Tisdale has settled into the planet of house. Direct-to-client platform HomeThreads has partnered with Tisdale for an uncomplicated stylish selection of home furniture, lights and decor, the organization told WWD on Friday.

Their very first collaboration, the Haven Collection by Frenshe Interiors x HomeThreads is on sale completely on homethreads.com, building Tisdale’s aesthetic obtainable outside of her shoppers and spouse and children.

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Tisdale, introduced Frenshe (pronounced french-ee, a play on her married title, French), a way of living website devoted to sharing her passion for inside design and style and holistic nicely-getting in 2020. She launched an interior design organization also in 2020 and in 2022 joined forces with Focus on and incubator Maesa to launch her wellness line, Staying Frenshe. Immediately after doing work with different interior designers, she commenced operating on jobs for clients with her father Michael Tisdale, who owns a Los Angeles-primarily based building firm, she said on Instagram.

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The Haven Assortment curated by Ashley Tisdale and her interior design and style firm Frenshe Interiors.

The parts mirror Tisdale’s design and style aesthetic, characterized by a calming neutral, coloration scheme. The launch movie shows her in and all-around a modern household. The assortment is priced mid-to bigger conclusion: Haven Dill Eating Chair Set of two Bauhaus-style eating chairs, crafted from teak wood are priced at about $945 even though the Haven Sage Sofa in dark olive and burnt orange olive is priced at about $5,237 and was handcrafted in Mexico by artisans, HomeThreads reported.

HomeThreads chief government officer Antoine Grant told WWD the company was drawn to Tisdale for her exclusive style and fresh vision.

“Partnering with Ashley, a visionary in property design, is refreshing and inspiring. Our shared point of view can make this collaboration a seamless practical experience in which every single element of the assortment expands our shared objectives,” Grant mentioned, introducing that they both share a commitment to eco-helpful craftsmanship.

The Haven Collection employs reclaimed wooden and capabilities handcrafted and hand-concluded items. It is also designed for longevity and quick servicing. The selection consists of 67 pieces in good shape for the dwelling room, kitchen area and dining, bedroom, outdoor and extra.

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Frenshe Interiors Haven Hill Dining Chair marketed completely on HomeThreads.

The assortment will be highlighted at the Kitchen, Bathtub Market Exhibit in its Luxury Lounge room, Feb. 27 to 29 in Las Vegas, where HomeThreads will be showcased as a sponsor and host of a panel chat on “The Ease and comfort of Nostalgia: Generating Spaces You Love With Timeless Structure.”

The panel will be moderated by Amanda Lauren and aspect American interior designer Alison Victoria and Orie Prince, an architectural and inside designers affected by feng shui and human psychology.

Grant bought HomeThreads independently in Could with the intention of transforming it into a know-how-driven model with large-excellent dwelling furnishings and 1st-class provider.

HomeThreads has a blend of domestic and overseas models these types of as Italian bedding, bathtub and leisure use firm FretteRalph Lauren Home and U.S. style-ahead and heritage brands primarily based in the furnishings heartlands of North Carolina, like Caracole and Bernhardt. Established by Brad Bruckner and Neil Marcus, HomeThreads is operate out of White Plains, N.Y., and Boca Raton, Fla.

The second curated assortment of Haven by Frenshe Interiors is scheduled to start in spring 2024 and created to order parts will start in early drop 2024.

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Antoine Grant

Parker: Studio North designing and building unique spaces

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Three architectural students roomed together at Dalhousie University and collaborated on projects. Matthew Kennedy and Mark Erickson, both from Calgary, teamed up with Winnipeg native Damon Hayes Couture in a number of practical hands-on clinics that resulted in designs and construction of a number of ventures, including a float for the annual SaltWire Holiday Parade of Lights in Halifax and a pavilion installation for the Nuit Blanche arts festival in Toronto.

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It was while sitting around the coffee table and discussing the importance of light as a fundamental in the design of buildings and spaces that, after graduation and armed with their masters of architecture degrees, and with a mutual desire to design and make things happen, they planned to continue working together.

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As a result, Studio North was launched in Calgary in 2013.

The company has grown to a staff of nine specializing in custom homes, heritage renovations, multi-family development, laneway housing and public art. In its few years in business it has become recognized nationally and internationally as an emerging Canadian design practice. In 2015, Studio North received the New York ADC Young Guns award that celebrates professionals aged 30 years or younger, among entries from more than 30 countries.

From the outset they have been fortunate in working with clients who share their enthusiasm for unique spaces and who recognize the value of design and craft.

Hayes Couture says the firm differs from others in that it connects design with building and craft, where a relationship is maintained between architectural ideas and the art of making.

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A fine example is the design to add onto the existing 1907 Crandell Peck cabin in Banff, the home of famed stringed instrument makers Wilder & David Luthiers, which needed better office space and a part-time home for its owners. A key feature is the space-saving spiral staircase nestled in a central, made-in-house CNC-kerfed wood screen, where material is removed in a regular pattern to allow the wood to curve.

Also in Banff, in co-operation with LOLA Architecture, Studio North was the lead designer and general contractor for an affordable housing project. In the mountain playground, Studio North was hired to design and build 10 rentable cabins that are completely wheelchair accessible.

Parks Canada has a mandate to provide more amenities and accommodations, and there is a noticeable gap in the number of current rentals available for people with disabilities. That demographic is increasing and Studio North is using its expertise to design others in Banff.

Another of Studio North’s innovative designs was for an aging-in-place house and laneway in Bridgeland.

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A pair of homes were designed to suit not only current lifestyles, but whatever future growth and aging might bring. Retired parents can spend the rest of their lives there without having to move due to mobility issues. Adult children wanted an inner-city home ideal for entertaining, and in the shared outdoor courtyard there is lots of space for children to have fun.

In the Varsity Acres district the firm has renovated an 1,800-square-foot split-level, resulting in the creation of the Boho House. Thoughtfully transformed, the family home is now on the market through Studio North’s sister company, Arch House, that markets homes throughout Western Canada using in-house professionals Brendan Kane, and photographer and videographer Hayden Pattullo.

It is currently marketing properties in Carraig Ridge, the remarkable enclave by XYC Development north of Ghost Lake. Designed by Norwegian internationally acclaimed Saunders Architecture, the Y House offering 2,015 square feet on the main floor sits above Anna Lake with panoramic views of the Rockies.

Studio North has created a diverse body of work across Canada that shows an inspired and informed approach to the use of materials to create exceptional spaces.

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Notes:

The pandemic created all sorts of problems in the hospitality industry; not the best time to open a new hotel. But last week, the grand opening of Alt Hotel in University District was held, and owner Germain Hotels showed the importance of its third Calgary property by the attendance of Christiane and Jean-Yves Germain, co-founders and co-presidents, and three other members of the Germain family who are engaged in executive positions with the family-owned, Quebec-based company.

David Parker appears regularly in the Herald. Read his columns online at calgaryherald.com/tag/david-parker. He can be reached at 403-830-4622 or by email at [email protected]

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