Furniture Today reports on the growing popularity of 'Made in America' furnishings at High Point: "Domestic wood resources are finding greater interest in their products in part due to an increased demand from consumers seeking U.S.-made furniture." Plus, MoMa grows its design collection with new typefaces, while HGTV and Hearst team up on a magazine set to launch this fall. Links and more news below.
DESIGN NEWS OF THE DAY
• 'Made in America' furniture becoming a popular category | Furniture Today
• MoMA grows its legendary design collection with typeface acquisitions | Metropolis
• Hearst and HGTV to Release HGTV Magazine in Fall 2011 | Curbed
• Green Design Awards recognize sustainable design leaders | Editor at Large