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March 2017 Features

The most common and recurring issue leading to flooring failures is expensive to fix—but there are ways to help prevent it. 

Etsy’s new Brooklyn headquarters celebrates community, authenticity, and sustainability

For the last seven years, lighting designer Brent Markee’s two sons have been honing their innovation chops through the reuse of leftover Carnegie Xorel scraps.

The limitless possibilities with build-your-own goods and products can be overwhelming—that’s where design professionals come in.

Creating an in-store experience through design elements helps brands tell a compelling story to connect consumers to the products on display.

By CounterEv

To become more accessible to designers, Brooklyn-based furniture manufacturer Uhuru recently opened a Manhattan showroom with a curated collection of its unique designs.

By Schmidt Associates

by Zac Feltoon Design

The late Vollis Simpson created sculptural art via “whirligigs,” which continue to stun people who view them in person. Mayer Fabrics and Sunbrella have come together to interpret the effects of the unprecedented work in an unexpected medium.

By Flavor Paper

By Gordon Glass Studio

As president of west elm, James Brett brings the brand’s commitment to handcraft—and, by extension, its customers—to another level.

Meiping by Brentano


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