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June 2014 Features

I&S chats with Beatrice Girelli of indidesign about her experience with historic preservation and the importance of proper research.

These projects prove that design has the power to change our world.

During the 30 years of Interiors & Sources, we've been a leader in the conversation regarding climate change and resilient design. Our June issue is continuing that discussion, looking at the future of design.

A new generation of students and an industry shift toward multi-disciplinary project teams forces professors to rethink their teaching approach.

Doshi Levien creates a rug collection for nanimarquina that celebrates the beauty in everyday details.

SCAD student lands internship at Manhattan-based ICRAVE

Computer aided design has permanently altered the architectural and design process. Here are 5 projects that demonstrate why that may not be such a bad thing.

Created to replace a building that was past its prime, the new Thompson Elementary School building offers a comfortable yet stimulating environment for its young students.

University of Oregon's latest renovation of Allen Hall keeps students connected and inspired.

Gow Hastings Architects refreshes Ryerson University’s Architectural Science Building with a bold and creative gallery space.

Undisclosable designs a 13th century Gothic inspired restaurant for chef Evan Funke that worships his simplistic approach to cooking.

BIM was a vital tool in streamlining the design and construction of the new LEED Silver Math+Science Complex at San Diego Mesa College—but bricks-and-mortar should still drive the process.

Achieve the rich look of wood with greater durability, better consistency, and less guilt.

The Interiors & Sources 2014 Hotel Tour rolled into Chicago to showcase the latest trends in hospitality design, offering attendees a chance to sample firsthand the best the Windy City has to offer.

Celebrating the 20th anniversary of IIDA, Executive Vice President and CEO Cheryl Durst shares her thoughts on design today and where it is headed in the future.

Whether it’s natural disasters, environmental stewardship, or impacting human health, the power of design can help us overcome virtually any challenge we face to better our natural and built environments.

ALA Architects will add a dramatic and curvaceous presence to the heart of the city with the Helsinki Central Library.

A dash of sand and a sprinkle of color, Murano Glass demands the attention of a room with its dynamic and smooth exterior.

KI has produced the world's first carbon negative chair thanks to AirCarbon by Newlight Technologies.

A simple question about the future of our planet has sparked serious debate; we offer an explanation as to why it should be over already.

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