Royce Epstein, a+d design director of Mohawk, discusses millennial pink with EiC Kadie Yale. Over the last several years, pink has made its way into the design industry—but why? Epstein and Yale discuss its origin story as a gender descriptor, why it’s so prevalent, and how long designers can expect it to stick around. 

Aimée Wilder’s latest collection celebrates the beauty of underwater life with aquatic design.

The killer crystal is back. Banned in many applications since the 1970s, asbestos has been making a reappearance in the news over the last few days. Here we answer why that is, what you should know, and why you should be concerned.

In celebration of International Cat Day, i+s shares its favorite photos revealing how cats are made for good design.

Patricia Rotondo, IIDA, brings a decidedly international perspective to her interior design work, and that sets her apart in Chicago where she has practiced for nearly 25 years.

This year’s AIA Conference took place in New York City and ended with a community service day where firms like MBB worked to make a difference for those in need.

Both students and their communities feel the positive effects of newly designed, child-friendly, and sustainable classroom furniture by UNICEF.

A primer on basic theory and the latest technologies for building acoustics and sciences. Acoustics plays a large role in both the personal and business side of hotels. Whether you’re having a private conversation with loved ones or being romantically intimate, it’s important that your neighbors don’t hear what you’re saying or doing. In business, it’s important that sensitive meetings and conference calls stay private and that the contents of conversations stay within the confines of the walls.

 
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