Design Connections conference chair Jane Rohde and senior associate for Stanley Wilcox Toni Wyre sit down to discuss the impacts of health and wellness certifications and more in the first segment of i+s' Design Connections podcast series. 

Heimtextil is the world's largest textiles fair, and the first design trend event of 2019. Materials Intelligence founder Kenn Busch recaps the show's role in analyzing design trends along with specific directions that were explored during the four-day event.

One of the great destinations at this year’s Heimtextil fair in Frankfurt was the “House of Textile” student design competition sponsored by the Association of the German Home Textile Industry (Heimtex) in cooperation with Heimtextil and various universities and colleges

Tatjana von Stein, a rising disruptor in commercial interior design based in the UK, shared her thinking behind the spaces she’s created for some of the trendiest spots in London. In Omar’s Place, a small fusion restaurant, she has so fully embraced curves and scalloped surfaces that one is very hard-pressed to find a hard edge or right angle, anywhere.

Partners Jeanine Hays and Bryan Mason created their blog AphroChic.com nearly 12 years ago as a space to see and highlight black designers. Books, lectures and both a product design and interior design studio later, they look toward the future of African American culture.

 
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