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August 2014

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August 2014 Features

Is your design good? How can you be sure?

The new United Club and Global First Lounge caters to the wide demographics and needs of its many daily users with zones for working to relaxing and everything in between.

CRAVE has been tapped to transfer a 37,000-square-foot space at Brookfield Place in Lower Manhattan into a vibrant destination for guests to shop, eat, and play.


Skidmore, Owings & Merrill gives The New School exactly what it needs—all under one roof.

Our August issue is uncovering the truths concerning "good" design by getting down to the principles. 

With the design industry continuing to change, it's never been more important to talk the talk. We've put together a quick reference guide of some terms that you need to know.

Delivering an unparalleled balance of style, performance, and aesthetics, Intermix is a new modular carpet style from BOLYU.

Jaime Hayon and Christian Rasmussen see eye to eye from worlds apart in their latest collaboration for The Republic of Fritz Hansen.

With designers working longer hours with tighter budgets, it's led to new trends in both how work is approached and what employers expect.

Research not only lends credibility to the practice, but is paving the way forward in the creation of successful design solutions.

With its first big break coming at NeoCon 2014, BuzziPicnic loves working with people who want a relaxed, friendly environment.

KNA Design Principal Kirk Nix has some good stories to tell (and not all of them are tall tales).

CEOs of almost two dozen leading design and construction industry associations, with more than 700,000 members generating almost $1 trillion in GDP, used “Building Safety Month” to issue a joint statement on resilience.

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