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December 2013 Features

The votes have been tallied and you have spoken! We unveil the winners of Interiors & Sources’ fifth-annual Readers’ Choice Awards.
Each year, we see so many great projects cross our desks, it can be a challenge to find room for them all. Before we close out 2013, here are our editors’ favorite projects the year simply wouldn't be complete without.
Bentley’s Vice President of Design Todd van der Kruik drives his gaggle halfway across the country in the name of new beginnings.
This month, we’re taking a look back on the highlights of 2013 and tying them up in a neat little bow—and not without the help of our readers.
With the Great Recession in our rear view, 2013 proved to be a year of sustained growth for the design industry, and economic indicators from AIA and ASID suggest there’s more to look forward to in 2014.
I'm Ongo, a new work stool from Neutral Posture designed to to provide a healthy and comfortable way to sit while working. Learn my full story inside.
The teams that create our healthcare environments are expanding, and that presents a golden opportunity for designers to help reshape communities everywhere.
Architect Zaha Hadid’s design for Japan’s New National Stadium beat out 10 other finalists to become the centerpiece of the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, but a group of 100 architects are pushing back.
Advances in design techniques and technologies are changing the design industry at an unprecedented pace. Here’s a look back at a few of the biggest innovations and trends of 2013.
It’s been an incredible 2013 for IIDA and its expanding number of international competitions. Here's a look at our current portfolio of competitions and their contribution to the design industry at large.

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