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July 2015 Features

What will the future bring for design and I&S? The whole gang has answers

Michael Graves earned a Lifetime Achievement award

Learn how this OSU facility supports students

This mixed-use, multifamiliy facility offers unique amenities

From DXV by American Standard

Here's just a small taste of what we saw this year in Chicago

Check out HON's industry recap for answers

The following projects help us envision what the near and distant future might look like.

Check out three highlights from this year's students

There's no lackadaisical millennial stereotyping necessary when it comes to this year's I Like Design winner.

Potion Design helps create healthcare environments that support, distract, and heal.

Chroma by Mermet USA

Hubbardton Forge by Legrand

Four flooring offerings

Six lighting products

Seven wallcovering options

Sierra Nevada's N.C. brewery and restaurant pulls from the past while looking toward the future.

Future education design strives to give children more freedom in their learning.

When faced with a waning population, Guy Hollaway hopes to find a solution by putting a half-pipe in the sky.

Jessica Banks engages her eclectic education to style products after natural phenomena.

ASID's annual Industry Outlook reveals the fastest moving trends influencing the future of interior design.

A design student and practitioner weigh in on what the future of interiors will look like.

By Steven Holl Architects

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