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How the National Society of Interior Designers Was Born
A breakaway chapter of the American Institute of Decorators decided to popularize and define the new role of "Interior Designer."
Giving Designers the “Star Treatment” Began with Olga Gueft
In the 1950s, the editor-in-chief of Interiors magazine devoted pages upon pages to three designers in particular.
From “Decorators” to Designers: How Olga Gueft Helped Evolve the Interior Design Profession
Gueft's advocacy for the American Institute of Decorators helped give the growing interiors industry the promotional boost it needed.
Rediscovering Olga Gueft, Foremother of Interior Design
While reading archival copies of Interiors magazines, a student of interior design discovers how Gueft brought the profession into the 20th century, defining its future.
Remembering Matriarch of Modern Design Journalism, Olga Gueft
A memorial to the late editor in chief of Interiors magazine and lifelong design advocate.
Designers Need Heroes
Mine is Olga Gueft: she started out my mentor then became my booster. Who is your hero?