Another week of interior design excellence has come to an end. Catch up on our five favorite articles of the week!
Sound master Hanson Hsu returns for the third part in our Acoustics 101 series. This time he's tackling the nuances and unique difficulties of sound and acoustic design for restaurants. Read it
“I was sick of tattoo shops that were all the same with brick walls. I wanted to have something that reflected me." Read it
The past five years have seen a rapid shift in the design preferences of corporate clients. Empowered by websites that make the envisioning of design options possible and fed by the ongoing trend of promoting “residential” qualities within a workspace, clients are increasingly seeking solutions outside of established channels. Read it
The Opus collection from Nemo Tile + Stone showcases the raw and varied structure of worn concrete without the cost of installation or the labor of finishing and maintenance. Read it
When Charlotte Center City Partners (CCCP) approached Little Diversified Architectural Consulting to design its new 8,000-square-foot downtown Charlotte, N.C., location, there was one goal in mind: the office should feel like the city’s living room. Read it
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