interiors+sources' Robert Nieminen and Adrian Thompson highlight hot topics discussed during Design Connections 2019, including the significance of creating healthy relationships between emerging professionals and seasoned designers, along with the importance of labels.

At TURF, the combination of acoustic properties and pleasing design creates  ceiling systems that people will appreciate for years to come. Their systems are made from 99% post-consumer PET (polyester) plastic, with half of that coming from single-use water bottles, ensuring that sustainability is always top priority.

With the advancement of technology, human interactions are often set aside. Design Connections conference chair Jane Rohde and Studio Director of Puccini Group Nick Domitrovich share ideas on the opportunities for balancing this tech within various types of designed environments. 

Social media and social responsibility can go hand-in-hand when orchestrated thoughtfully. However, challenges can come up along the way when deciding what information to include and how to post it to the public.

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.

As big tiles become mainstream, the question on everyone's mind is 'What are the benefits of big tile installation?' Frank Douglas, VP Business Development at Crossville, settles in with Mariah Obiedzinski of interiors+sources to discuss 2019 trends, the most popular tiles, and much more.

 
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