New York-based interior designer launches studio in Baltimore
on Wednesday,September 08,2010 22:09
Those who wish to learn about interior design may benefit from enrolling in art school. Academic programs for interior designers provide students with the foundation of knowledge they need in order to find a job in the industry. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of interior designers is expected to increase by 19 percent over the next eight years.
Individuals who have earned a degree in this field may want to visit interior design studios for inspiration. In Maryland, Baltimore's Federal Hill will soon be home to SoBo Design Loft, an interior decorating firm. Fanny Zigdonhas - owner of SoBo Design - recently moved her business from New York to the Old Line State.
Zigdonhas' studio will be the only furniture and art gallery, as well as design consultant firm located in this area. SoBo Design Loft will be the exclusive retailer of the Adriana Hoyos Collection of furnishings and Alex Turco artwork. Both designers create modern pieces with Latin influences.
"Federal Hill is the perfect place in Baltimore for the launch of my new interior design business," said Zigdon. "It has a great vibe - young enough to embrace something edgy, refined enough to appreciate timeless design."
Zigdon recently volunteered as a design assistant to the producers for the Extreme Home Makeover Baltimore Edition.
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