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The Week in Interior Design 3-16-18

Catch up on the latest interior design news and views over the weekend

The Week in Interior Design 3-16-18

posted on 03/16/2018

The week's over and it's time to kick back. Enjoy these articles and opinions since it's impossible to get enough interior design in your life.

Access+Ability:  Cooper Hewitt Celebrates Inclusive Design

From prosthetic leg covers to the inclusive Los Angeles County Voting Booth, Cooper Hewitt showcased a stunning range of new ways of designing with the disabled in mind.

 

The Silver Lining of Solar Panel Tariffs

Design Experts Weigh in on the President’s Solar Panel Tariffs and reveal the bright side to the war on solar power.

 

 

Why Every Office Building Needs an Amenity Center

Building owners are creating integrated amenity centers to help appeal to tenants with additional square footage, open working spaces, and “bonus” areas like bars for hosting events and gaming zones for taking time away from work.

 

 

Are Touch Screens Affecting Interior Design?

An increasingly digital world seeks a tactile experience. Interior design can fill the gap.

 

 

Why the Financial Workplace is Different

Cryptocurrencies, biometrics, artificial intelligence, open banking, and blockchain are disrupting the financial sector and threatening legacy players in unprecedented ways.

 

 

The Man behind the Modular Lights

 Michael Anastassiades talks with interiors+sources about his inspiration, vision, and passion for designing a light that anyone can make their own.

 

 

How One Virginia Art Space is Inspiring Community Creativity

Self-proclaimed “skate dad” Gabriel Pons owns and operates the PONSHOP art gallery and studio in Fredericksburg, Va. He saw an opportunity for a community collaboration when his son asked why the local area doesn’t have a quality skate park.