Read the transcript and subscribe to the latest I Hear Design podcast episode. Content Engagement Director Christoph Trappe and Editor-In-Chief Kadie Yale sit down with the Executive Director of the Architectural Salvage Warehouse of Detroit. His team deals in deconstruction and re-manufacturing usage of abandoned industrial structures and commercial structures in Detroit. Listen in on a conversation about a unique, often forgotten side of interior design and architecture.

Sangeetha Karthik, vice president of Corgan, shares the details on the remodel of Adamson High School, a 100-year-old building that now merges tech professional and student spaces under one roof.

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.

 
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