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November 2014 Features

The story unfolds before the show even starts at the Diamond Horseshoe Theater, deep in the belly of NYC's Paramount Hotel.

The journey from rough concept to design can be filled with twists and turns. Here's a look inside the sketchbook of a handful of designers.

From the interior archways of Paris to the urban landscape of Niigata, Japan, the designed world is Felice Varini’s blank canvas.

A new location in the D.C. Naval Yard led Bonchon to a familiar face in GrizForm Architects.

Leading provider of hospitality art also named No. 20 of all media companies on the list.

Approximately 100 finalists have been named for 27 submission categories.

Discover and connect with local and emerging artists through Vango.

Founded in 1974, the ING Collection has grown to become an extensive and internationally renowned collection of artworks.

Hunter Douglas is donating window shades, holding contest with RMHC of Southern California

The Tree of Life has been installed in the MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper in Camden, N.J.

The work of Andrianna Shamaris, Chad Jensen, and Dani Song/Makoto Kishino blur the lines of art and design with their work.

Electric Mirror and Steelman Partners have produced a chair that is truly one-of-a-kind.

HBF Textiles’ Mary Jo Miller collaborates with artist Elodie Blanchard; the result, a new, innovative textile collection.

Interiors & Sources took in the international exhibition of ceramic tile and bathroom furnishings in Bologna, Italy.

Design firm AvroKO Hospitality Group enlisted Kalisher to create a space that blurs the lines between lounge, bar, and restaurant.

Julio Braga takes a look at Latin America, a location that has yet to fully define itself.

Stephanie Clemons, board chair at ASID, talks about the importance of research as the interior design industry is poised for more substantial growth.

Some things just can't be improved upon by man. That's Hexalinear from Valdese Weavers.

York Wallcoverings is almost singlehandedly preserving surface printing technique, something invented more than 150 years ago.

In our November issue, we explore design that looks like art, and feels like art, but is absolutely design—created with a client in mind and a problem to solve.

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