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08.22.2019  |  By Adrian Thompson
This UV-Resistant, Waterproof Technology Changes the Game for Mosaics

Gemanco Design’s resin mosaic material is an ideal solution for designers looking to reproduce images of any color and size. Learn more about its features and how it can be used to decorate a va

08.20.2019  |  By Adrian Thompson
Roundtable 101 for Design Connections 2.0

Are you one of the new attendees heading to Design Connections 2.0 this October? interiors+sources Brand Director Steven Sloan explains what you can expect at our sponsor-hosted roundtable d

08.16.2019  |  By Robert Nieminen
Next-Generation Designers Offer Insight into Future of Design

The future of the design profession builds upon the foundation of the past while utilizing today’s tools to envision a better tomorrow.

08.14.2019  |  By Adrian Thompson
Call for Presentations: NeoCon 2020

Submissions are now being accepted for the biggest event of the commercial interior design industry, NeoCon, which will take place June 8-10, 2020.

08.14.2019  |  By Janelle Penny
How to Bring Children’s Library Design Into the 21st Century

Libraries serve a vital function today—in effect, serving as this century’s town squares. Here’s how Port Washington Public Library embraced that mission with 21st century children&r

08.13.2019  |  By Adrian Thompson
7 Steps to Creating Workspaces That Foster Innovation

What does it take to create workspaces that are not only innovative, but foster innovation as well? Francis Cauffman Architects President John Campbell describes his seven-step process for designing t

08.08.2019  |  By Adrian Thompson
Studioart’s Latest Collections Reveal New Leather Techniques and Trends

In search of new and exotic additions to showcase its brand, Studioart engaged Los Angeles-based designer Adam Hunter and Dallas-based Grove Studio to create two new cutting-edge collections. Hear fro

08.07.2019  |  By Irena Frumkin
IIDA: Increasing and Challenging Diversity at University Level Needed

Increasing diversity at the university level and challenging the status quo in design programs can strengthen the talent pipeline.

 

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