Acoustics in the design process is complex. Everything in design ties into acoustics. Every choice made by architects and interior designers also affects the sound.

Everyone loves the look and feel of real wood. But wood is not without its issues. Lisa Thornton from Egger Wood Products shares the many benefits of using laminate materials for items like desks and doors, including cost-effectiveness, lighter weight and more.

IACC released its Meeting Room of the Future global trends report at MPI’s 2019 World Education Congress (WEC) in Toronto, Canada. Find out how young influencers and technological evolution continue to push the industry forward.

Architecture has clear definitions of recyclability: to build using materials either with a percentage of recycled content or with the ability to be recycled in the future. Most acoustical material has been thrown away, but new devices are lasting longer.

Christoph Trappe sat down with NCARB CEO Michael Armstrong at AIA in Las Vegas 2019 and got an update on what’s happening with the industry, the organization’s 100-year history of architectural codes and education as well as who the key players are and what actually goes into licensing architects.

 
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