Editors’ Favorite Projects of 2012

11/28/2012 By Robert Nieminen, AnnMarie Martin & Adam Moore

In the business of publishing a magazine about interiors, one of the downsides is that we are often faced with tough choices as to which projects to publish and which ones will not escape the chopping block. Space and time are limited, so it’s our job to find the stand-outs and tell their stories both in words and pictures.

As we wrap up the year, we here on the editorial staff saw an opportunity to go back and find those projects that had fallen through the cracks for one reason or another—or that have been patiently waiting in the queue, but deserve to be seen sooner.

It’s a wish-list of sorts that no one gets to see except us—until now. The following pages represent some of our favorite projects in various commercial markets that have previously not been published in the pages of I&S. We love them all for different reasons, which you are about to discover, and hope you do too.

Editors’ Favorite Projects of 2012
1 ArtsQuest Center
Spillman Farmer Architects
2 eBay Offices
OSO Architecture
3 Joe Fresh Flagship
4 Munich Store
5 Salon Urbain
Sid Lee Architecture
& Ædifica
6 J House
dash design
7 Workshop Kitchen & Bar
SOMA Architects