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October 2015 Features

Why rubber resilient flooring is a smart (and sustainable) choice in educational environments.

AnnMarie Martin expounds on the importance of getting [expletive deleted] done

It will be around the city's US-101 freeway

Check out our social media channels

The book is by Barbara Lamprecht

The collection was released September 1

By Luca Andrisani Architects

Slow and steady strides remain

According to a recent NCARB report

He designs t-shirts for a charitable organization

A trip to Orlando reveals trends in healthcare design

Pay attention to these four leading issues

From the J+J Flooring Group

By Metroflor

By Indiana Furniture

Eight illuminating offerings

Seven solid options

Eight products that make a splash

A holistic look at the most sustainable projects that also support human health and happiness

As "wellness" joins the industry lexicon alongside "sustainability," one designer has been ahead of the curve

Efforts evolve from simply donated time to the development of a school of thought now being applied to businesses across the board

Camira Fabrics blossoms into a vertically integrated company

Setting, reaching, and documenting goals enables continuous improvement

How can you make smarter decisions that drive this principle?

The IIDA Leaders Breakfast: then and now

By Yost Grube Architecture

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  • Mind Over Matter

    Grace Jeffers' love affair with materials began at nine years old, when the other students used paper doilies to decorate their Valentine’s Day project, she shingled hers in laminate.

  • Inside Sources

    The I&S editors’ blog will chronicle our adventures through the world of design and provide a behind-the-scenes look into the creation of the products and projects that inspire us day in and day out.

  • In Edition

    Continuing coverage on our monthly issue topics, because all the news that's fit to print has a backstory—or one that's still unfolding.

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