Since 2018 interlübke has belonged to bed manufacturer Schramm and Philipp Schramm has been CEO since then.
Digitally native brands like Outer and Burrow are exploring alternative ways to give consumers the opportunity to see their products in real life.
Google has partnered with scientists on a Milan design week exhibition that shows how different aesthetic experiences can impact our health and wellbeing.
Literature has shown that design trends in non-residential applications have become increasingly focused on a user-centered design approach, considering the well-being and satisfaction of occupants.
It’s difficult to wrap arms around the importance of Herman Miller’s contributions to American design.
Learn more about Room and Board’s Business Interiors division and how they are making a name for themselves in the commercial furniture industry.
Hoping to achieve the success of Casper and Warby Parker, direct-to-consumer brands are flooding the home furnishings market.
Modern offices are moving away from the industrial canteens of the past, and are opting for chic cafés or pantries instead.
DWR’s Vero Beach location is a design enthusiast's dream, showcasing more than 25,000 square feet of merchandise priced to move quickly.
A two-storey building with glazed walls houses the new Los Angeles showroom for upscale modern furniture retailer Luminaire of which Haworth is a majority owner.
Geoffrey Pascal has created a collection of office furniture that responds to the growing number of people working at home in their beds.
Young Scandinavian labels and their designers are riding the wave of continuing success. But why is it that Neo-Scandinavianism is such a hit?
If you haven’t done the math, take our word for it: Residential plus commercial equals resimercial, or interior design for commercial spaces that embraces the qualities of the home.
There’s an increased merging of contract and residential design elements in the projects we profile and across related media coverage of workspace design.