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Inside Sources

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.

The Office of Tomorrow (Continued!)

There were so many interesting insights gleamed during my interviews for "The Office of Tomorrow (Today!)" that I couldn’t just keep them to myself. Read extended insights from the designers and product specialists interviewed for this February tech feature.

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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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A Finnish Twist on Interactive Design

Considering that Finland holds the coveted title of World Design Capital 2012, I can definitely say it was no wonder to me when I discovered recently that a small coffee shop in Helsinki gave new meaning to the term “interactive design” by giving online users complete control over the ambiance of the space.

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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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Power Us With Love

Looking for a handy way to power up those mobile devices without having to crawl underneath your desk? The Plug Lamp from Form Us With Love could be the answer you've been searching for!

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April Editorial: Think Global, Design Local

During my first trip to Vegas, I was on a budget. And one of the very first things I learned upon checking in was why you should never, ever visit Sin City on the cheap...

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More From the Ladies of Arquitectonica

Our interview with Laurinda Spear and her daughter, Marisa Fort Adams, for our May issue’s profile on the leading ladies of the Miami-based architecture and design firm, Arquitectonica, covered a lot of ground. Here's what didn't make the print issue.

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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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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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More Retail Insights from Werner Franz on Puma's Redesign

We had the pleasure of speaking with Werner Franz, architect and co-founder of Plajer & Franz Studio, about the firm's work on Puma's ambitious redesign of its stores in London, Amsterdam and Munich. With over a decade of experience on international retail projects around the world, we were eager to get his thoughts on the broader trends in retail design, and what the future of retail will look like.

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