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May 2017

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May 2017 Features

The Healthy Materials Lab at Parsons School of Design aims to make it easier to understand the built environment—aiding in creating a healthier world.

An increasing appreciation for artisanship has emerged from the general desire for authentic, personalized experiences.

Los Angeles jewel The Pantry gives designers a template for sourcing theirown historically minded signage.

The Annual Cevisama Tile Show in Valencia, Spain, highlights what we can expect to see on floors, walls, and surfaces in the coming years.

AIMIA’s corporate rebranding involved an extensive office renovation, featuring a complex but innovative flooring installation.

IIDA Student Members offer insight into what’s next for design.

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As Poppin embraces its start-up roots in New York City, it sows a new extension of its brand in San Francisco.


Audio devices from yesteryear influenced elements of Waterworks Studio’s latest line of bathroom fittings.

Design-savvy options for any budget

We sat down with HBF and HBF Textile’s new president, Dan Chong, to discuss what he’s learned in the last year at the helm of the company and what ‘authentic’ means to him.

The large amounts of shipping containers available today provide architects with a new framework for unique building projects.

As design firms grapple with how to hire, retain, and work with millennials, it turns out the next generation isn’t so different after all.

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