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March 2015

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March 2015 Features

Editorial Director Erika Templeton previews the March issue's focus on education

The standings surveyed industry practitioners on several criteria

This app helps to source artwork and products

Browse schools based on several factors

The new program guarantees real-world experience for students

The learning tables can be grouped or set up individually

The school's first new building in 32 years is 15,000 square feet and cost $6.8 million

It goes to professionals who have made significant contributions in the first 10 years of their careers, regardless of age

These innovative and sustainable projects are helping students from around the world to experience the connection between good design and good education

The career of Ann Sobiech Munson, one of 14 recipients of the 2015 AIA Young Architects Award

NCARB's Michael Armstrong covers the change licensure and examination of designers

How higher education can break down barriers through informed, flexible design

A Q&A with this unique school furniture

Six exciting offerings

Seven unique products

Six illuminating options

An academy in Atlanta is teaching through collaboration

Cooper Carry turns the traditional learning environment on its head with Bailey's Upper Elementary School for the Arts and Sciences

Heimtextil's trend forecasters say we'll want more visceral environs to bring balance to our virtual lifestyles

Who's who at Design Connections

Residential learning communities enhance the student experience

The impact successful mentorship can have on future designers is life-changing

Sustainable design serves as a teaching tool as this institution

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