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December 2014 Features

The following projects are our 2014 must-sees, hand-picked by each of our editors.

Develops common language, an API, and new offerings to accelerate adoption of material health tools and deliver manufacturer value.

By Foster + Partners, Fernando Romero Enterprise, and Netherlands Airport Consultants

As 2014 closes, we've been thinking a lot about the future at IIDA in terms of how the Association can evolve to meet the design community's needs.

Sustainable design is here to stay, but how do we make it better?

Brent Lounge from Beaufurn first hit the scene at HD Expo in Las Vegas, where it was described as tall, dark, and handsome.

Savor from Gunlocke is made of 86 percent renewable content thanks to its Myco Board seat back.

Take a look back at our second annual New York City Hotel Tour.

2014 was a year of change, which included a new event at Interiors & Sources: Food for Thought

Announcement came at an event that celebrated the 50th anniversary of Graves's firm.

Vinci received award at Designight in Chicago.

Thirst Tea is the newest addition to Omaha's Midtown Crossing from Studio BRiNK.

Released at the Orgatec furniture fair in Cologne, Germany, the Allstar Chair exudes casual ease and comfort.

Francesco Spampinato takes a look at a new generation of artist.

Industry voices are resolved to several goals in 2014. What’s yours? Share with us online using #designresolution.

Editorial Director Erika Templeton discusses 2014, a year full of change at Interiors & Sources.

The effect of technology on the design of space in higher learning.

It's that time of year again. Our readers have sounded off on their favorite products of 2014.

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