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Author Archives: Lindsey Sage
Mitchel had this great idea a few months ago to get our employees to take a break from the busy world of office furnishings and have a Rock Band competition internally for our office. Like all of Mitchel’s “Great Ideas” … Continue reading
When we first met the architects, we were driving through Venice looking for the right house when Charlotte saw an Orange House with their address on it…she knew this was going to be a fantastic project! Inspired by the Orange House … Continue reading
WOW, what a fantastic place Pasadena is to have a drink and laugh with friends!! Debra Haas (Tangram) and Marci Loftin (Corporate Contractors) put together “Mrs. Robinson’s Night Out” and it was evident that this group needed a night off. … Continue reading
Out in front of The Palm, cool wind in our hair The crisp smell of Los Angeles, rising up in the air. Mitchel being Mitchel, me on the phone while Debra’s grabbing ice Who knew at that point anything would … Continue reading
Coalesse recently hosted an event at the Steelcase WorkLife Center in Santa Monica to introduce their new indoor/outdoor furniture collection – EMU. The showroom came alive with fantastic office furnishings, sensational steel drums and phenomenal photography. Even the screaming fire … Continue reading
Hi everyone! My name is Lindsey Sage and while I am an interior designer by trade, it is my passion to engage and collaborate with the design community that led me to become a business developer for TangramStudio – a … Continue reading
As an active member of Upward Gravity, I attended Community Day at Environmental Charter High School and spent a couple of hours touring their campus and learning about what and how they learn. I was truly inspired! The dedication the students … Continue reading