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Girl Power: Design Local Washington D.C.

Mannington Commercial's Design Local movement made its way over to the East Coast last month. And Washington D.C. played host to a very unique team.

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Designer Ayse Birsel's Eight Steps to a Better Life

Guest blogger Molly Klimas gives a sneak peak into the keynote speech by famed product designer Ayse Birsel for the 5th annual CET Designer User Conference in Las Vegas from Oct. 24-25, put on by Configura.

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Getting my Ducks in a Row…

Cassie Welch, winner of the I Like Design Competition 2011/2012, reflects on her experiences this summer with Gresham, Smith and Partners and Nashville, Tennessee!

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Mannington’s Design Local Kicks Off in Chicago

I&S was honored to be asked to partner with Mannignton Commercial in their new, highly original and brave venture: Design Local

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A San Francisco Treat

While visiting the Academy of Art University in San Francisco a couple months ago, I was able to make my way over to the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood where (and don’t let Williamsburg, Brooklyn tell you otherwise) the original hipsters were born.

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San Fran's Academy of Art University

A while ago, I was honored to take a trip to a city I’d never experienced before. That’s always a treat in and of itself, but the point of this one was to visit the Academy of Art University in San Francisco!

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Video: Ticket to the Largest Marble Quarry in the World (continued)

A video from a trip to the Danby Marble Quarry in Danby, VT.

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A Ticket to the Largest Marble Quarry in the World

I&S was honored to be invited last year on a truly unique trip, organized by none other than our friends at Artistic Tile. And while it was quite a few months ago, we still thought it beneficial to you, our readers, to be aware of these amazing CEU trips this tile giant offers to designers.

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Experiential Design by Undisclosable

I have a confession to make. As design editors, it is rare that we actually get to visit the spaces we cover prior to writing our stories. A big part of our job involves sifting through images of submitted projects and deciding from there which ones to consider for publication.

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