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.
Pandora Media’s new Manhattan office celebrates the individual and the collective.
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards released publication for third consecutive year.
What’s best practice when it comes to a client who wants a direct roadmap to their ROI? To find out, we spoke with a few industry experts who explained how to show them the money.
Through the Silk Leaf Project, Julian Melchiorri has created an artificial biological leaf that produces oxygen.
Is your design good? How can you be sure?
We give you an exclusive preview of the most innovative products that will be making their debut at the annual NeoCon show in June.
The new United Club and Global First Lounge caters to the wide demographics and needs of its many daily users with zones for working to relaxing and everything in between.
CEOs of almost two dozen leading design and construction industry associations, with more than 700,000 members generating almost $1 trillion in GDP, used “Building Safety Month” to issue a joint statement on resilience.
Dash Design celebrates Cleveland with its second iteration of Sage Hospitality’s restaurant, Urban Farmer.
Mancini Duffy releases preliminary findings on workplace trends and differences in which generations see the workday.
A new study shows there is a need for greater public awareness and education about the impact of building design on health and well-being.
Martino Stierli has been named The Philip Johnson Chief Curator of Architecture and Design.
Marianne Goebl has been appointed Artek’s new global managing director.
SPAN Architecture has taken Calvin Klein’s iconic language into a new paradigm for its 1,800-square-foot store in Shenyang, China.
HOK Chicago, in collaboration with Hawthorne Strategy Group, is one of the firms participating in the bidding process.
Hem will offer original, timeless furniture and interior accessories together with the most exciting and talented designers of today.
Carnegie Fabrics’ new showroom at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago features broken walls and broken conventions.
Sustainability is never a single item or point in time. It requires that we adapt to reach—and surpass—our objectives.
Five sustainable bathroom concepts created by student designers have been recognized by Hansgrohe SE.
A mobile-first app, the Morpholio Board provides the necessary tools to elevate and transform an endless stream of images into something far more powerful.
Transparency and Modernity discusses Tabanlioglu Architects' innovative designs rooted in modern tradition.
Two deadlines looming for NeoCon, NeoCon East Presentations
The inaugural symposium will be held October 20 in New Orleans.
Global leaders Janice Barnes and Karen Alschuler have spearheaded broadened efforts through economic development groups, regional planning agencies, transit agencies, healthcare providers, and mixed-use developers.
Interface’s Human Nature Collection—a range of skinny plank carpet tiles—reminds users of the materials, textures, and tones found in the natural world, something that’s seen frequently in biophilic design.
The story unfolds before the show even starts at the Diamond Horseshoe Theater, deep in the belly of NYC's Paramount Hotel.
Leading provider of hospitality art also named No. 20 of all media companies on the list.
Approximately 100 finalists have been named for 27 submission categories.
Discover and connect with local and emerging artists through Vango.
Founded in 1947, the ING Collection has grown to become an extensive and internationally renowned collection of artworks.
Hunter Douglas is donating window shades, holding contest with RMHC of Southern California
The Tree of Life has been installed in the MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper in Camden, N.J.
Electric Mirror and Steelman Partners have produced a chair that is truly one-of-a-kind.
The journey from rough concept to design can be filled with twists and turns. Here's a look inside the sketchbook of a handful of designers.
Debbie Designer isn’t low on opinions. And no one is safe against them. Beware, because she could be in a town by you - or coming to a town near you for that matter. Stay on your A game. Consider this our own little version of the design police…
Grace Jeffers' love affair with materials began at nine years old, when the other students used paper doilies to decorate their Valentine’s Day project, she shingled hers in laminate.
The I&S editors’ blog will chronicle our adventures through the world of design and provide a behind-the-scenes look into the creation of the products and projects that inspire us day in and day out.