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January 2015 Features

How do you treat a higher volume of patients with a higher quality of care? The next generation of healthcare facilities will have to answer that conundrum as they address the effects of an influx of insured Americans.

For many firms across the U.S., going through a federal design-build competition is no easy task. Getting that federal project built is a whole other animal.

2014 was certainly a year for major political changes within the interior design industry. Here are four states that have gained our attention.

Scheduled to be completed in 2016, the Josie Robertson Surgery Center is striving to create a patient-centric ecosystem that transforms the delivery of care.

Funny how time flies when you’re getting things done.

Now with LED capabilities, Allegro from Foscarini will be getting around even more.

Recently, nora systems released a self-adhesive flooring that is not affected by moisture and can be installed immediately.

Interactive experience, digital experience have been added to SEGD Global Design Awards.

Number of U.S. architects has grown 3.1 percent since 2011.

John S. and James L. Knight Foundation is supporting the initiative with $115,000.

Patternsnap is an essential resource for interior designers, architects, and anyone with a passion for pattern.

The WELL Building Standard marries best practices in design and construction with evidence-based health and wellness interventions.

First Lady Michelle Obama presented the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award to Publicolor.

Laja Wings is an upholstered chair that enhances the harmony of shapes and the attention to details achieved by a sartorial padding workmanship.

Interior designers are frustrated and they’re ready to do something about it.

Once again, BDNY showcased some of the hottest trends in hospitality design.

Coming to grips with design legislation may be a long, muddied journey—but for our January issue, we’re excited to have taken our first steps down that path.

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