Money, markets, labour, politics, culture, land, people, objects, desire and space (not always in that order)
Keywords:Interior, Economy, Interior architecture
“I am an economist, an economist who believes that the future economy will be an economy of quality.” 1
Cultural economist, publisher and research academic Harry Hillman-Chartrand wrote these bold and inspiring words in 1987. Given the current volatile and fragile state of local and global economies twenty-five years later, these words beg critical reflection. Has this future economy of quality come to bear? If so, how might interior design be implicated?
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