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2008 Press Releases



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September

  • 09.16.2008
    Brentano Fabrics in Esquire Hollywood Hills House <pdf>
    Brentano is proud to be included in the 6th annual Esquire magazine Signature Space in the Hollywood Hills of Los Angeles...

  • 09.12.2008
    Brentano Design Director Participates in Sustainability Panel <pdf>
    Brentano Design Director Iris Wang will participate Saturday, October 4 in a panel discussion about sustainable style. This discussion about what sustainability means and why it matters will be hosted by Jessa Brinkmeyer, owner of the eco-boutique Pivot in Chicago's Fulton Market neighborhood...

  • 09.01.2008
    Fall 2008 Elements Collection Launches Green Textiles <pdf>
    Brentano's fall 2008 Elements Collection focuses attention on the components that make up our environment, and by doing so, allows everyone to share an artist's sensitivity to basic materials. These material elements are the inspiration behind their 22 new patterns, 11 of which are eco-fabrics and part of the new green label, Brenatno Green...


May

  • 05.15.2008
    Brentano Wins IIDA/HD Project Design Award <pdf>
    While exhibiting for their first time at the HD 2008 Expo & Conference, Brentano was presented with the prestigious IIDA/HD Product Award in the bedspread/drapery category for their Intersection window treatment...

  • 05.09.2008
    Brentano's Eco Fabrics Featured in "Chicago's Greenest Home" <pdf>
    Brentano's eco-fabrics are showcased in the Museum of Science and Industry's exhibit Smart Home: Green + Wired, Powered by ComEd and Warmed by People's Gas. On May 8, the Chicago Museum opened the doors to the fully-functioning, 2,500-square-foot exhibit home -- now designated "Chicago's Greenest Home" -- allowing Museum guests the opportunity to view Brentano fabrics that exemplify the growing range of beautiful, environmentally-minded products...

  • 05.02.2008
    Michele Fitzpatrick Brings Brentano to Smart Home <pdf>
    "Sustainable design doesn't mean an upholstered bale of hay," jokes Michele Fitzpatrick, owner of Verde Design Studio. Fitzpatrick, a leader in sustainable design in Chicago, has recently has been working as an interior designer for the "Smart Home: Green + Wired" exhibit set to open this May at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry...






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