BuzziSpace celebrates the grand opening of its new Manhattan showroom, a 2,400-square-foot hybrid space that will also serve as an office for the company’s New York operations. 

Michele Dopp, founder of Fabric & Steel, unveils her most recent textile collection and shares her design story in i+s’ latest Maker Monday installment.

Stroll the bustling streets of New York City in search of some of the city’s most iconic and tallest buildings for Skyscraper Day.


Interior design senior, Brianne Brooks, tests her design chops in Durkan’s annual rug design competition and takes home the gold


If you’ve ever worked in an open office, then you’ve probably thought about the ways it has failed to live up to the hype. From loud noises, visual disruptions and the inability to concentrate to a disregard for focus requirements, open offices of the past were simply undefined creative spaces. Large cities provide urban campuses located within their boundaries a dynamic place in which to situate curricular experiences. For these institutions, a city isn’t just a context to study, but rather it’s a cause to engage and shape. 

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