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October 2014 Features

Sustainability is never a single item or point in time. It requires that we adapt to reach—and surpass—our objectives.

One of The Hudson Company's most distinct offerings is mushroom wood, a mix of several softwoods.

ASID is partnering with the Clinton Global Initiative to help designers specify safer materials and furnishings—and create healthier spaces as a result.

Forget punch lines: improvisation is a vital tool in the everyday life of the interior designer. Here’s how to leverage it.

Several organizations have formed the Harmonization Task Group to accelerate optimization and transparency.

Set to open in 2016, construction is now underway on the new, two-story Sandy Hook Elementary by Svigals + Partners.

Cool as seagrass or peaceful as a sunset, it's Tribe from 3form's Full Circle Collection.

Here's how The Metamorphosis Collection from Emma Gardner Design breaks down, a collection that is guaranteed by GoodWeave USA to be child-labor-free.

Husband and wife team Ricardo Álvarez-Díaz and Cristina Villalón always knew they’d take their design expertise back to their native Puerto Rico, helping the world see it with fresh eyes.

With the recent launch of Redeem and Retrieve, Designtex, Steelcase, Unifi, and Victor Group prove they’ve got a winning closed loop team.

With a recently completed $25 million facility expansion and a new Best of NeoCon award to hang on the wall, business is booming for Aquafil USA—but to get the full story behind their Econyl product, you have to go all around the world.

Our October issue is looking at projects that are making beautiful, functional, sustainable spaces healthier, more profitable, and perhaps even philanthropic. 

Five sustainable bathroom concepts created by student designers have been recognized by Hansgrohe SE.

A mobile-first app, the Morpholio Board provides the necessary tools to elevate and transform an endless stream of images into something far more powerful.

Transparency and Modernity discusses Tabanlioglu Architects' innovative designs rooted in modern tradition. 

Two deadlines looming for NeoCon, NeoCon East Presentations

The inaugural symposium will be held October 20 in New Orleans.

Global leaders Janice Barnes and Karen Alschuler have spearheaded broadened efforts through economic development groups, regional planning agencies, transit agencies, healthcare providers, and mixed-use developers.

Interface’s Human Nature Collection—a range of skinny plank carpet tiles—reminds users of the materials, textures, and tones found in the natural world, something that’s seen frequently in biophilic design.

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