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January 2017

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January 2017 Features

While the future of design technology has arrived, the work of human minds cannot be replaced.

“Just put on the goggles,” is not something typically said by design teams to their clients. But virtual reality is changing the traditional process.

Leaders in design recently gathered again for the yearly event to inspire, reflect, and connect.

IIDA predicts next steps for the group and the design industry overall in 2017 … and beyond.

We here at i+s have had the honor of meeting so many wonderful and talented designers over the years, and now we’d like to return the favor. Every month we will be introducing design students and recent alumni recognized for going above and beyond.

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By JZA+D

National Office Furniture’s new Chicago showroom illustrates the authenticity of the company and its brand.

MDC

Interior design expert Thom Filicia delivers designs that define the world in which we live by blending the natural environment with the comfort of home in his collection of commercial wallcoverings.

Design-savvy options for any budget

By Moroso

interiors+sources’ second-annual Designer of the Year, Todd Bracher, marries his childhood love of science to products. The result: essentialist design.

The National Museum of African American History & Culture stands as a beacon to the resilience of a people and the power of design to tell their unforgettable story.

 

As a facet of evidence-based design, artwork plays an important role in healthcare facilities—and it is taking on exciting (and durable) new forms.

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