Santa Fe—“We’re just trying to get the sofa in the right place,” says designer Janine Wright from her perch atop an oak and red velvet barstool at the offices of Intelligent Design, a ten year old Santa Fe interior design firm. “That’s a little hard to do when you’re fielding calls about flagelli and gaps in the fossil record.”
James Fuller, Wright’s business partner and lead designer, agreed. “We’re really just concerned with the evolution of the client’s home. I can’t be explaining punctuated equilibrium’s efficacy as an alternate explanation for the gaps in the record. I just can’t. Not while I’m struggling to pull my fabrics together.”
The two are pondering a name change, but at present have not settled on a suitable moniker.