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August 2013 Features

A lighting retrofit can reduce energy consumption, improve working conditions and make businesses more attractive to consumers. Here are some tips to help make your next retrofit more successful.
As every successful brand before us has proven, embracing change is essential not only to longevity but also to relevance.
Forget the traditional divisions between “online” or “in-store”— consumers are now shopping where and when it’s convenient for them. Here’s a look at how designers are bringing down the retail walls and boosting their clients’ brands.
Permit me to introduce myself: I am Prince of Green Hides Leather Studio, and I am a prince among leathers. Learn my full story inside.
Tiffany & Co. returns to its Manhattan roots with a craft-inspired space in SoHo.
Multidisciplinary design studio +tongtong completes a bold, layered interior for Annie Aime, the latest from parisian fashion retailer Annie Mesenge.
Partnerships are crucial for finding success in a dynamic industry like ours. Here’s a look at some of the alliances ASID has built this year.
The 2.3 million-square-foot, multi-level Festival Centre in New Cairo City was inspired by the urban model of European cities and villages.
The four partners of AvroKO have made beautiful music together since college, finding that playing out of tune can lead to some amazing interiors.
Luxury brand 1956 by Tai Ping partners with three up-and-coming artists from around the globe to create a bold and unexpected collection.
As Flavor Paper celebrates its 10th anniversary, we re-visit the company's NYC headquarters to see just how far they've come since the building first opened in 2010.
A look at one of the many inspiration gems from Germany's Interzum Materials Fair.
Successfully integrating a retail space with a client's brand is about more than just telling a story -- it's about compelling the customer to become part of it.
New York School of Interior Design graduate Erika Reuter, IIDA, LEED AP's thesis project Marche: Adaptive Reuse of US Post Office Buildings focuses on the post office post mortem.

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