Spring 2008

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Passover tables

On Feb. 4, the first-ever Passover tables event was held at Temple Beth El in Bloomfield Township

2008 Design Award Winners

The results of our fourth competition prove, once again, that metro Detroit is home to an impressive roster of talented designers, architects, builders, and artisans.

2008 Detroit Home Design Awards Video Recap

Missed the Design Awards? Catch a quick video recap of the event here.

Tastebook

Favorite recipes usually come in a card file, tagged in a cookbook, ripped out of a magazine, or, if you’re really desperate, scribbled on the back of an old grocery list.

2008 Rising Star

An impressive portfolio earns interior designer Charles Dunlap special distinction.

Five questions with ... B.C. Cabangbang

An interior designer with Hudson’s for many years, B.C. Cabangbang now showcases his personal style at his Royal Oak store, ChoZen by B.C. Opened in 2006, the shop carries an eclectic array of gift items, home accents, and furnishings all personally chosen by B.C. Recently, he took a minute to answer our five questions.

2008 Design Award Judges

The results of our fourth competition prove, once again, that metro Detroit is home to an impressive roster of talented designers, architects, builders, and artisans. The winners showcase presented here is our way of giving a hearty round of applause for their fine collective portfolio.

 Playhouse

Children lucky enough to have their own playhouse traditionally have had to make do with the run-of-the-mill, Hansel-and-Gretel style, gingerbread design.

Split-Level

Split-level houses — a multi-story modification of the one-floor ranch — became popular in the 1950s. Retaining the ranch’s horizontal lines, low-pitched roof, and overhanging eaves, the split-level added a two-story unit intercepted by a one-story wing.

Paul McCobb

Trained as an artist in Boston before moving to New York in the late 1940s, Paul McCobb made his name designing retail displays and furniture.

Down on the Farm

In July of 1825, John Dix, a retired sea captain from the east, raised the first frame barn built in Ann Arbor Township.

And the Winner Is …

Receiving an award is generally a positive experience. Mainly because — unlike winning $5 from a scratch-off lottery ticket you bought at the gas station

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