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May 2014

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May 2014 Features

We give you an exclusive preview of the most innovative products that will be making their debut at the annual NeoCon show in June.

We talk with three pairs of designers and students from the recently launched NYSID Alumni Mentorship Program to uncover advice from both ends of the professional spectrum.

We invite some of the most notable designers we’ve profiled through the years to reflect on where their personal journeys have led them since we last spoke, and how they feel about design's future.

Tech firm Chaotic Moon keeps Austin weird and its employees happy with its newly renovated office.

Clio’s new digs showcase its fun and vibrant culture— wood paneling included.

Many companies are beginning to embrace and facilitate prosumption with profound (and profitable) results.

Powered by the the innovative RED plugin for SketchUp, the Create Office Platform makes creating to-the-inch designs easier than ever. Here's how it all breaks down.

Ligne Roset is keeping design icon Pierre Paulin’s legacy alive with some family ties and plenty of upgraded materials.

With an active floorplan and expansive views of the Brisbane River, BDO's new office keeps the focus on what matters.

When it comes to making bamboo flooring, there’s a cheap way to do it, and then there’s the right way to do it.

With a presence in the Midwest, Allsteel and Gunlocke dealer Henricksen recently set its sights on the New York market. Here's how designers captured their brand in a new showroom.

A mix of cool blue and feisty red with a splash of gray, Exclusive Plum is refined without being stuffy, elegant yet easy, and layered with romantic potential.

 

Bigger and better Interiors & Sources NeoCon Materials Pavilion

With virtually endless design options, decorative tiles are dressing up the ceiling plane while offering numerous performance, safety, and environmental benefits.

ASID’s revamped Industry Outlook provides a comprehensive report on interior design today and anticipates its future.

With an increasing focus on productivity and wellness in the workplace, designers are in a unique position to help. 

Invision partners with designer Sarah Miller and 21 friends to uncover the latest trends in design.

As we celebrate the 20th anniversary of IIDA and look to the future, we are reminded that its core principles remain the same.

New corporate headquarters to be completed in 2015

IA Interior Architects designs a space that allows Motorola Mobility’s employees to experience an entire city all in one floor.

This year marks an especially momentous occasion for Interiors & Sources, as we celebrate our 30th anniversary! Join us in looking back at our past and forward to design's future.

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