Officials to unveil design plans for future park and new home of Confederate statue

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    BENTONVILLE, AR (KFSM) — The Arkansas Division United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC) and the Benton County Historical Society will hold a press conference next week to unveil plans for the future James H. Berry Park which will be the new home of the recently moved Confederate statue.

It will take place Tuesday (Sept. 15) at 1 p.m. at the future site of the park at SW 5th Street and SW F Street in Bentonville, adjacent to the Bentonville Cemetery.

The one-acre park will be privately owned, but open to the public.

Following an agreement between the UDC and the Benton County Historical Society, the monument honoring former Governor and Confederate soldier, James Berry, was removed from Bentonville Square on Sept. 2.

The statue will be refurbished and then be relocated to the new park, which will also feature a memorial wall

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Atlanta Designers Focus On Wellness For IMC’s 2020 Directions in Design

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Four Atlanta designers are reflecting on the impact of design on wellness in the 2020 staging of International Market Centers’ (IMC) Directions In Design, a vignette program which showcases the combined home décor resources of the southeast’s comprehensive dual-venue design resource – the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center (ADAC) and AmericasMart Atlanta. In 2020, in connection with the coordinated DISCOVER ADAC and Fall Design Week, the program moves online with the four designs showcased virtually via a webinar on September 14, an interactive webpage and the centers’ social media channels.

“Through Directions in Design 2020 we are tapping some of Atlanta’s talented designers to showcase the best of the ADAC and AmericasMart collections as they create all-new designs that are relevant for this unique time,” said Dorothy Belshaw, International Market Centers chief marketing and digital officer. “While the format has adapted due to the COVID-19 crisis, the program still celebrates the

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Bringing it Home at AmericasMart’s Fall Design Week

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If there is a bright side to this year, it may just be that it has brought families closer together, both figuratively and literally. And as we spend day after day within our homes and yards, well-designed spaces have never been more important. Consumers are willing to invest in home improvement and furnishings to make life a little more comfortable. Fall Design Week at AmericasMart is your chance to restock inventory and source for upcoming design projects to help give your clients and customers the homes they are longing for.

Fall Design Week is a three-day in-person buying event in AmericasMart’s 400+ Open Year Round showrooms which present nearly 2,000 home décor, gift, and apparel lines. Fall Design Week also offers access to AmericasMart’s newly remerchandised home décor collection which features 130+ showrooms with 350+ lighting, accent furniture, rugs, wall décor, casual furniture, and linens brands. International Market Center’s Together

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Here’s Why WFH Creatives Should Have an At-Home Drafting Table

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There’s a good chance that as you read this sentence, you’re sitting at a desk. It’s probably a desk made for computer use, with a flat work surface, a comfortable amount of space for a cup of coffee and perhaps a few extras, like a power socket or a work light. The point is, to work efficiently and comfortably, it’s best to have the right tools, specifically a desk that was made for that purpose. That is why designers, engineers and artists use the best drafting tables in their work from home setups (and have for decades).

If you’re unfamiliar with a drafting table, they are versatile desks which feature an adjustable work surface, usually moving between 0 and 60 degrees, allowing you to find the angle which suits your comfort level the best. This change in angle provides a number of benefits for all kinds of professionals, who are

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Envisioning the home in the new normal

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As the Sars-CoV-2 virus continues to ravage India — the country now has the second-worst outbreak of the disease in the world, behind only the United States — many have begun to turn their homes into multi-functional spaces. The house, which has now turned into a school, playground and workspace, must cater to a variety of demands.

German manufacturing company Vitra recently published a “set of hypotheses” on the future of the home. Among the most radical of post-pandemic design implications was a so-called broken plan — hive off existing spaces to create new multifunctional spaces for family members.

“Now that we are spending more time at home and having to share that limited area with our cohabitants, we need to work on optimising the available space. Partitioning off or zoning our interior between various activities and people, or during different times of the day,

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COVID Homebodies Set the Tone for Future Home Design

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SAN FRANCISCO—For better and for worse, home is the center of life/work/shelter during COVID. But during quarantine life, homeowners have come up with definite ideas about home design.

Several million new households are projected as a direct result of COVID-19, with an additional 7.6 million switching from renters to homeowners. Not only that but the definition of home itself is in the midst of a historic paradigm shift, as are the specific home features people want and are willing to pay for, which provides a competitive advantage for builders and developers going forward.

The America at Home Study surveyed thousands of consumers and the insights show that homebuying is not only top-of-mind but more in demand than the industry had anticipated. The survey was developed by three leaders in the homebuilding industry, Teri Slavik-Tsuyuki, principal of tst ink; Belinda Sward, founder and chief strategist at Strategic Solutions Alliance; and Nancy

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IDG Communications’ Editorial Team Takes Home 7 Tabbie Awards for Editorial & Design Excellence

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Quality Matters: CIO, CSO & Network World all rank in Best B2B website category

Boston, MA, Sept. 02, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — IDG Communications, Inc. – the world’s leading tech media, data, and marketing services company – is pleased to announce that IDG earned seven Tabbie awards from Trade, Association and Business Publications International (TABPI), including five awards for CIO. The awards celebrate editorial and design in the B2B publishing landscape. Particularly noteworthy, CIO, CSO and Network World all received recognition in the Best B2B website category.

“As an editorial team, our goal is always to provide the tech community with the highest caliber insights they need to advance their careers and technology adoption at their organizations,” said Eric Knorr, Editor in Chief – Enterprise, IDG Communications, Inc.  “These awards, specifically the 2020 Best B2B Website recognition, are a testament to our belief that quality content is the foundation

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North Prairie joins SRHBA parade with new smart home

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a sign in front of a house with Hitsville U.S.A. in the background: The Aria, located at 2006 Stilling Lane, is the newest addition to North Prairie Development's Smart Home Series. The Aria is one of 24 model homes being showcased in the annual Parade of Homes, presented now through September 20 by the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders' Association.


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The Aria, located at 2006 Stilling Lane, is the newest addition to North Prairie Development’s Smart Home Series. The Aria is one of 24 model homes being showcased in the annual Parade of Homes, presented now through September 20 by the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders’ Association.

The Parade of Homes is an opportunity to showcase the newest innovations in housing design by certified professional home builders in Saskatoon. This year’s parade, presented through to Sept. 20 by the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders Association (SRHBA), features 24 show homes that represent all segments of the market — single family, townhouses and apartment-style condominiums — located in 11 neighbourhoods across Saskatoon, Warman and Martensville.

North Prairie Developments, one of Saskatoon’s most established new home builders and land developers, joins the parade with a new model home, located at 2006 Stilling Lane in The Meadows area

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60-Minute Makeover star John Amabile on how home and design has been his haven during lockdown

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HE became a household name through hit TV series 60-minute Makeover when he brought families’ dreams come true with home transformations.

And as people spent more time at time at home during lockdown, interior designer John Amabile was able to give a little back to his followers and fans. He set up a facebook forum which has become an inspiring and supportive community for budding interior designers and a place to share tips, advice, laugh at disasters and help people try to avoid them.

“Going into lockdown I think, like many people, I wondered how we were going to get through this,” said Amabile. “I am lucky I had my garden and studio to retreat to rather than just stare at four walls. I wanted to do a project to keep me sane and I think people saw their house and home and wondered what they could do themselves. Changing

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Stock Custom Homes constructing nearly 5,000 square foot home in Pine Ridge

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Stock Custom Homes, the award-winning luxury homebuilding division of Stock Development, is currently constructing a 4,672-square-foot under-air residence at 125 Caribbean Road in the desirable Pine Ridge Estates neighborhood. It is currently offered for $4,295,000.



a large lawn in front of a house: Rendering of the residence under construction at 125 Caribbean Road by Stock Custom Homes.


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Rendering of the residence under construction at 125 Caribbean Road by Stock Custom Homes.

The property will boast four bedrooms plus a bonus room, four full bathrooms, plus a pool bath, and one powder bath, a great room, study, double two-car garages, and Stock’s trademark luxurious and expansive outdoor living area, encompassing more than 1,500 square feet. The home is being designed in collaboration with Richard Guzman of R.G. Designs and Laurie Walter of Cardamom Design.

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Inspired by the fresh, airy palette of a Southampton aesthetic, the home will contain white-washed linens, natural textures, and ocean-inspired blues. Coastal elements reminiscent of sandy beaches, accents of sea glass blues, and organic fibers

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