We share some techniques and products that can help your next hospitality project stand out from the crowd.

A look at how the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has the potential to influence the future of healthcare design.

As evidence-based design brings about a more rigorous product selection process in healthcare environments, vinyl flooring is ready for the spotlight.

Our seventh annual installment examines a variety of outstanding LEED projects—all of which exemplify excellence in sustainable commercial interior design and architecture.

Intended to foster fair and open international trade, what impact does TAA compliance have on you and your government projects?

I&S speaks to different industry players about how they help interior designers create a successful retail space.

Visitor centers become an important design focus for universities vying for the attention of prospective students.

Emerging trends in casework and millwork design are responding to the mobility and portability of today’s work environment.

A little godsend called the Heavenly Bed spurs a long journey from the scratchy polyester quilts of yore to sumptuous materials that guests can't get enough of.

Decentralized nursing is bringing staff into closer and more sustained contact with patients, improving outcomes and satisfaction. But just how far can the model go?

HDR Architecture offers a glimpse into its approach to designing multiple collaborative spaces for three different clients, as well as insights into how technology will continue to shape the conference room as we know it.

I&S takes a look back at how the open plan office came to be, and how it can function more efficiently with the help of products designed to make work easier.
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