This tech-savvy and entrepreneurial cohort has the power to change the workplace.
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Board of Directors has issued an official statement condemning the detention centers.
I see a near future when technology is literally woven into the fabric of everyday objects, when interiors will be designed as interactive, and decorative objects will no longer be static.
The platform has changed the way we discover design–but it’s also raised questions about originality, authenticity, and what makes a “real” designer.
With no hard lines between disciplines, we have been able to achieve a high degree of collaboration and cross-pollination, which leads not only to integrated solutions but to meaningful work as well.
The program focused on shining examples, offering the design community a different way of looking at the delivery of an employee-centric workspace.
The Berlin-based designer is propelled by an intense interrogation of materials; her work ranges from table cloths to office interiors.
This shift has caused project managers (PMs), facility managers, brokers, and architects to think differently about their roles.
Over the past nine months, CannonDesign has executed multiple mergers, acquisitions, new partnerships and hires as part of a five-year strategic plan to reshape the firm and chart its future.
While Layout works in traditional VR, it doesn’t just drag and drop these objects inside a virtual room.
There is still a need for integrated design teams to gather in a room to charrette, innovate, and problem-solve.
Design leader Lauren Rottet’s new book and furniture collection on display at Rizzoli Galleria, April 16-22.
The Lauck Group, Inc. (lauckgroup), a leading interior architecture firm known best for its award-winning designs of corporate interiors, has joined global architecture and design firm Perkins+Will.
Every new advance in how we communicate and visualize design allows us to see our work from new perspectives and be better designers. It’s a tremendous time to be in the design world.
My first NeoCon was in 1974—that’s when Herman Miller introduced the modular seating. It was very exciting for me because this was the first major product I had done for Herman Miller. And they were very generous in the way they showed it in their showroom at the time.
Because design encompasses so much space in America, the choices that manufacturers make directly affect the choices of the client and end user.