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Control Your Building’s Light Efficiently with Mecho Solar Shade Systems
Mecho’s motorized and manual shades have delivered quality solar control since 1969. Learn how the company continues to remain at the forefront of the window coverings industry with its innovative and high-tech treatments. *This podcast was created in partnership with Mecho.
October 7, 2019
Sky Factory's Sky Compositions Are Healing Illusions of Nature
Sky Factory's products, such as the Luminous SkyCeiling and Digital Cinema line, are biophilic design elements that provide research-verified architectural solutions for a range of commercial interiors.
October 2, 2019
wakaNINE Decorative Fixtures Focus on Supporting Health, Wellness and Sustainability
CEO and founder of wakaNINE John Cook explains how wakaNINE’s unique lighting fixtures are sourced from recycled materials around the world and promote the health and wellness trend that continues to rise within commercial interiors. *Podcast was created in partnership with wakaNINE
September 30, 2019
Catch a Sneak Peek at 2020 Curios Themes and More
interiors+sources Brand Director Steven Sloan reveals a glimpse at some of the themes that will be found in 2020 Curios boxes. Curios is our sample subscription box service that contains the latest samples from the interiors industry.
September 12, 2019
Past, Present, Future: Designtex 100th Anniversary Bauhaus Collaboration
Designtex President Susan Lyons and Design Director Catherine Stowell talk about the new collaboration between Designtex and Bauhaus textiles masters tied to this year’s 100th anniversary of Bauhaus, and how the company is taking the past to re-imagine the future of design. *This podcast was created in partnership with Designtex.
September 11, 2019
Innovative Acoustics Solutions at Frasch
Slavi Younger, co-founder at Frasch, discusses how the company can work with designers to create personalized and innovative solutions to their acoustical challenges, ranging from custom spaces to technology integration.
September 6, 2019
Patcraft’s 2019 Flooring Collections Find Beauty in Imperfection
Vice president of creative and design Shannon Cochran discusses Patcraft’s creative process for its 2019 commercial flooring collections and highlights how one collection in particular, Subtle Impressions, explores the imperfect beginning that led to an imaginative end. *This podcast was created in partnership with Patcraft.
August 28, 2019
Roundtable 101 for Design Connections 2.0
 Are you one of the new attendees heading to Design Connections 2.0 this October? interiors+sources Brand Director Steven Sloan explains what you can expect at our sponsor-hosted roundtable discussions.
August 20, 2019
7 Steps to Creating Workspaces That Foster Innovation
What does it take to create workspaces that are not only innovative, but foster innovation as well? Francis Cauffman Architects President John Campbell describes his seven-step process for designing these cutting-edge environments. 
August 13, 2019
Studioart’s Latest Collections Reveal New Leather Techniques and Trends
In search of new and exotic additions to showcase its brand, Studioart engaged Los Angeles-based designer Adam Hunter and Dallas-based Grove Studio to create two new cutting-edge collections. Hear from the designers how positive collaborations turned into one-of-a-kind products. 
August 7, 2019
Creating Trendy Lighting That Lasts
Nearly 30 years after opening its doors, Original BTC continues to specialize in creating handmade lighting fixtures made of unique materials.  Peter Bowles, the company’s founder and managing director, discusses how the British lighting company utilizes today’s top trends to produce lights that fit in any space for many years to come. 
August 1, 2019
Past to Present: Exploring 100 Years of Altro
Commercial flooring and wall manufacturer Altro has been providing solution-based products for 100 years. Susan Drew, market segment manager for Senior Living and Residential Care at Altro, shares how evidence and research are used to influence the company’s product performance, and how Altro continues to approach aesthetics that create appropriate senior living environments. *This podcast was created in partnership with Altro.
July 29, 2019
New Fuse Technical Program Aims to Solve Multiple Flooring Issues
Member-owned Fuse Alliance just launched Fuse Technical. The program aims to help designers and architects keep their projects on track and on budget by providing the right technical information to effectively solve flooring issues.
July 1, 2019
This Laminate Looks and Feels Like Real Wood
Everyone loves the look and feel of real wood. But wood is not without its issues. Lisa Thornton from Egger Wood Products shares the many benefits of using laminate materials for items like desks and doors, including cost-effectiveness, lighter weight and more.
June 17, 2019
Camira Weaves Sustainability Into the Fibers of Its Fabric and Business Philosophy
Camira's North American products are rich in wool, and so is its Chicago showroom. Hear how the company used sustainable fabric in rich jewel tones with spin top-like hanging fixtures to create a dramatic backdrop for NeoCon 2019. 
June 14, 2019
NCARB Shares Updates On Architectural Licensing Requirements
Christoph Trappe sat down with NCARB CEO Michael Armstrong at AIA in Las Vegas 2019 and got an update on what’s happening with the industry, the history of architectural codes and education as well as who the key players are and what actually goes into licensing architects. Listen now >> 
June 13, 2019
When Should Designers Ask for Larger Surface Samples?
 An expert from Wilsonart joins the I Hear Design podcast to discuss the importance of asking for larger samples of surface materials (laminate, quartz, etc.), especially when you’re considering a large-scale pattern. Listen now. 
June 12, 2019
Mohawk's Evidence-based Design at NeoCon: Carpet Patterns Reduce Stress
The Relaxing Floors collection from Mohawk uses research to uncover fractal carpet patterns in nature to reduce stress. Robert Nieminen, editor-at-large for interiors+sources talks about this thoughtful approach to design.
June 12, 2019
“Mapping” Out the Latest from Concertex and NappaTile
Design Director Aaron Mensik shares the inspiration behind his new Topo collection for Concertex, along with his vision when designing the NappaTile showroom for NeoCon 2019.
June 11, 2019
Open Plan Overhaul: Helping Companies Fit As they Grow
The "open office dilemma" poses a space issue for companies who find themselves growing out of their office setting. Christoph Trappe speaks with Cia Mooney from Watson about their solutions to this problem and how they help companies overcome these challenges.
June 11, 2019
Gemanco Design Shares Its Technological Evolution of the Classic Wallpaper
Wallpaper technology—Christoph Trappe chats with Sandro Ciurcina from Gemanco Design about their evolution of the classic wallpaper. Sandro shares their new WaterProof System products for wet environments, like showers and gyms, 3D imaging as well as many other versatile options.   This podcast is produced in partnership with Gemanco Design. 
June 11, 2019
Multiple Meanings of Kirei: Clean, Green and Beautiful Design
John Stein, founder of Kirei, is in the Materials Pavilion at NeoCon 2019, speaking with Christoph Trappe. John reflects on the history and meaning behind his company that helped unite green design and beauty in the design industry. He also talks about how far acoustic design has come and what role his company has played in educating designers. This podcast was created in collaboration with Kirei.
June 11, 2019
Advice for Designers Flows Through Brentano's Water Collection
All designers face the pressure of creating something new—remaining relevant in an ever-changing design industry. In fact, it’s a common theme running through the showfloor here at NeoCon 2019. Iris Wang from Brentano has her own thoughts on this topic and shares her process with me as well the new Clear Water Collection. 
June 11, 2019
Patient Room Furniture: Functional Comfort for Day and Night (NeoCon 2019)
Patient room furniture has a reputation of being comfortable by day and turns to a sleeping nightmare at night. From the NeoCon 2019 show floor, Christoph Trappe chats with Kim Sank from Wieland about their new featured products that combine both function and comfort. 
June 10, 2019
Scandinavian Spaces Partners Discuss Color Trends
Chief Content Officer Christoph Trappe joined Scandinavian Spaces Partners Thomas and Robert Jönsson in their booth at NeoCon 2019 to discuss how the company strategically uses color to inspire workplace creativity.
June 10, 2019
Sunbrella Takes Its Fabric Focus Indoors
While Sunbrella’s legacy is primarily known for outdoor applications, the fabric company is focusing on indoor uses in its new space at NeoCon 2019.
June 10, 2019
OFS Brings 50 Years of Sustainability to NeoCon 2019
From the early days of OFS' founders kicking seeds in the dirt to today, OFS delivers sustainability at NeoCon 2019. Their philosophy for staying focused on sustainability is simple: "Do the right thing" and "Small choices make a big difference."
June 10, 2019
interiors+sources Launches Design Connections 2.0 in October
Following the successful original event in February, Design Connections 2.0 is a two-day, wholly hosted event in Palm Springs, CA. It will focus on Past vs. Future in Design and how technology is helping or hampering the design industry.  
June 4, 2019
Connectrac to Reveal New Raceway System at Design Connections 2.0
Is your space in need of a low-profile system to hide clusters of cables and bulky wires? Steve Batchelder, director of sales for Connectrac, explains how the young company's easy-to-install wireway systems can provide both power and cord management for any environment. Learn about Connectrac's newest system launching this year, which will be on display at Design Connections 2.0. 
June 3, 2019
4 Noteworthy Design Competitions Taking Place During the Trade Show Season
During the height of the interior design industry’s trade show season, several companies take advantage of the large gatherings to reveal their latest design competitions and results. Plus, interiors+sources reveals a sneak peek at its own competition taking place during NeoCon. 
May 31, 2019
Looking to Spruce Up Your Client’s Art Program? Here are 3 trends to Help
 Terry Eaton, founder of Eaton Fine Art, has over 25 years of experience collaborating on art programs for international hotel brands. At the HD Expo in Las Vegas, he shares with us the current trends he’s seeing. 
May 16, 2019
4 Trends Interior Designers Don’t Want to Miss
Known for its sustainable practices, Momentum Textiles and Wallcoverings discusses four hospitality design trends they’ve spotted. They are chatting with us during the  2019 HD Expo, held at Las Vegas’ Mandalay Bay Convention Center.
May 16, 2019
Stacy Garcia Brings Sexy Design to Hospitality
In a category that can sometimes be too utilitarian, Stacy Garcia partnered with MTS to create sexy design and bring fancy furniture to public spaces and guest rooms in the hospitality industry.  Chief Content Officer Christoph Trappe sat down with Stacy Garcia herself during HD Expo 2019 to discuss the idea of soft comfort and invigorated design.
May 15, 2019
These Chairs from Sandler Seating Stack 60 High [HD Expo]
Exhibiting at HD Expo this year, Sandler Seating brought several new and exciting products. Roy Sandler joins Editor-at-Large Robert Nieminen to discuss their latest hospitality designs. High Density Stacking chairs in the HDS series. Wood Look brings the aesthetic of wood with the sturdiness of aluminum. Its fifteen year warranty guarantees a satisfying experience. Several variations of their seating options allow for unique customization. Ariane was designed by Martin Ballendat with the option of swivel base, swivel-and-tilt base, or four legs. Its Italian leather upholstery allows for around 60 color choices. This episode is in partnership with Sandler Seating.
May 15, 2019
Interface Study Reveals Impact of Noise on Workplace Productivity
Interface’s “What’s That Sound?” study reveals noise negatively impacts 69% of global employees’ concentration levels, productivity and creativity.
May 14, 2019
Design Core Detroit Engages Local Community
Design Core Detroit is the only U.S. city to be officially designated as a City of Design by UNESCO. Learn more about the nonprofit's initiatives and the results of its latest report, which highlights the progress of inclusive design projects across the city.  
May 2, 2019
Remembering Ida Cohen, Co-Founder of Meyda Tiffany
Ida Cohen, the co-founder of Meyda Tiffany, passed away in April at the age of 99. Her legacy will live on through through her company, which continues to transcend decorative lighting fixtures. 
May 1, 2019
Be Original Americas 2019 Plans
Be Original Americas works hard to promote and educate users and designers on the importance of authentic design. Learn more about the nonprofit's 2019 CEU courses, student design fellowship and upcoming events. 
April 19, 2019
Mastering the Master Plan for K-12 Schools and University Campuses
Are you looking to create a master design or architectural plan for your next big project? Founding principals of Duda|Paine Architects Turan Duda and Jeff Paine highlight some of their notable projects to explain what constitutes as a good master plan, and the factors A&D professionals should take into consideration.  
April 16, 2019
The Role of Influencers at Coverings 2019
Coverings 2019 is utilizing a modern makerting technique: influencers. Becca Sass, account supervisor for Coverings social media, selected eight design influencers like John McClain to digitally promote and cover this year’s show. 
April 11, 2019
Preview NeoCon Keynote Speaker Liz Ogbu's Presentation
Founder and principal of Studio O Liz Ogbu is one of three keynote speakers at this year's NeoCon's, taking place in Chicago's the MART, June 10-12. Hear how her keynote presentation, Do No Harm: The Role of Design in Complicated Times, ties in with this year's human-centered design theme that will be highlighted throughout the 51st edition of the commercial design event. Listen to more podcasts. 
April 4, 2019
Diving Into NeoCon Details: Dates, Themes, Keynote Speakers & More
NeoCon is hosting its 51st edition in Chicago's the Mart. Listen to what you can expect at this year's show, including the details behind three powerful keynote presentations that tie in with this year's theme. 
March 29, 2019
Trends in Effective Office Space Design and Power in Commercial Spaces
The demand for power is changing how architects, designers and facility managers specify products for commercial spaces. With a growing need in every facet of life—whether for public charging stations, outlets at every workstation, or weathersafe charging—smart and sustainable electricity is more in-demand than ever.  With over 15 years of experience in commercial and residential building systems, Tyler Jennings of Legrand details how manufacturers are designing solutions to meet these needs.
March 27, 2019
6 Biophilic Trends You Should Consider for Your Next Interior Project
Biophilic elements are at the forefront of commercial interior design. Interior landscape provider Ambius identifies six biophilic trends that are changing the way users work, live and play within the built environment. ► Bring Life to Your Office with Living Walls
March 22, 2019
Dissecting the Gender-Neutral Bathroom Debate
Discussions surrounding gender-neutral and more inclusive bathroom design have reached a high in recent years. Designer Lida Lewis, winner of Sloan's 2018 Restroom of the Future design contest, explains what an inclusive bathroom design might look like, misconceptions that surround these spaces, their benefits and tips for designers on creating a comfortable facility for all. 
March 20, 2019
IIDA Releases 2019 Interior Design Compensation Report
What is the economical state for the interior design profession? How much do designers make? Is the job field growing? Get the answers to all these questions and more in this week's live Twitter broadcast with staff writer Adrian Thompson.  
March 13, 2019
Would You Stay in a Micro Hotel Room?
Chief content officer Christoph Trappe chats with staff writer Sarah Kloepple about her recent stay at Arlo SoHo, a new hotel in New York that offers 150-square-foot micro hotel rooms -- but plenty of space for co-working on the main floors. They discuss both the benefits and drawbacks, and how hospitality design is evolving to meet the needs of frequent travelers and "urban explorers." Read the article and see the video tour 
March 12, 2019
Introducing NaTeCo at Pittsburgh International Airport
Spanish architect Luis Vidal explains NaTeCo, the term used to describe the inspiration behind Pittsburgh International Airport's new terminal design. Read our full-coverage article and see the concept work by clicking here.
March 7, 2019
ASID Report 2019: State of Interior Design and More News
interiors+sources delivers the latest news from its editors’ desks. This week’s topics include ASID’s 2019 Outlook and State of Interior Design report and the NYC-based nonprofit LMNOP. 
March 5, 2019
Disruption in Action at the Sixth Annual Design Connections
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. Design Connections: Turning Ideas Into Reality
February 15, 2019
Ceilings Worth Celebrating with TURF
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-percent post-consumer PET (polyester) plastic, with half of that coming from single-use water bottles, ensuring that sustainability is always top priority. Christoph Trappe of interiors+sources and Buildings speaks with Zoe Post and Dustin Headley from Turf Design about their headquarters, products and how they help clients, “Put a lid on it.”  
February 7, 2019
Modern Tech in Designed Environments
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.  
February 6, 2019
Social Media in Relation to Social Responsibility
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 Susanne Molina, principal for ONE Design Collective, discuss how both can work together to lead to positive marketing outcomes. Need support with social media? We can help.
February 1, 2019
Tips for Avoiding Airport Security Nightmares
Christoph Trappe and Sarah Kloepple discuss their recent trip to the AHR Expo and tips for dealing with airport security during the government shutdown. Some of their airport security tips include showing up early, having plenty of entertainment or work, and having patience with unpaid TSA employees. 
January 21, 2019
Design Connections 2019: Year of the Disruptors
As the popularity of certification systems like the WELL Building Standard and Fitwell continue to grow, what does this mean for employees' personal expression? 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. 
January 17, 2019
Heimtextil 2019: Driving Toward Utopia
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. 
January 15, 2019
The Rise of Big Tiles in Commercial Design
Crossville is the first manufacturer to earn Green Squared certification across all US-manufactured porcelain tile products. 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, the benefits of big tiles, and much more. 
January 15, 2019
Designing for Retail Trends
Everyone knows that the ways in which retail is changing for the consumer, but what should designers keep in mind? Editor-in-Chief Kadie Yale discusses the topic with Jonathan Lopez, Associate Principal and Design Director for Retail Design Collaborative.  
January 2, 2019
The History of Tile and Crossville
The intertangled history of tile trends and Crossville is a long, fascinating journey. Mark Shannon, EVP of Sales, and Tim Curran, owner and CEO of of the Curran Group discuss tile in the interior design world. 
December 28, 2018
The Most Exciting Interior Design Stories of 2018
From underwater restaurants to wildlife restrooms, these are the most exciting interior design stories of 2018. 
December 27, 2018
A Lifetime of Lighting Design
Robert Sonneman has had a fascinating career in lighting design that has spanned fifty years. This week, Editor-in-Chief Kadie Yale discusses his history, the future of lighting design technology, and what interior designers need to know about lighting and wellness.
December 10, 2018
Innovative Design Concepts & New Additions
Meetings Today's Vice President & Chief Content Director Tyler Davidson talks with Omni Hotels & Resorts' Dan Surette, senior vice president of sales and marketing, and Laura Trussel McKoy, creative director and vice president of interior design, about the hard-charging brand's newest developments and design concepts. 
December 7, 2018
Acoustic Design: Between Sound & Silence
Acoustics is more than a design buzzword: it's an important aspect of interiors. Editor-in-Chief Kadie Yale discussed the basics of acoustic design with Hanson Hsu, principal acoustician and founder of Delta H Design Inc., a research, design, and build firm providing design and consulting services for architecture and acoustics since 1998.  If you have any questions about acoustics for a follow-up podcast on the topic, please email kadie.yale@interiorsandsources.com with "Acoustics Question" in the subject. 
December 3, 2018
Tile Design with Crossville's Noah Chitty
Editor-in-Chief Kadie Yale discusses the technological advancements in tile over the last decade with Noah Chitty, Director of Technical Services at Crossville. 
November 30, 2018
The Road to Better Healthcare Design
 While healthcare design is seeing changes, from pulling in aesthetics from hospitality to addressing new policies like the Affordable Care Act, it still remains one of the most heavily regulated sectors for design. Editor-in-Chief Kadie Yale discusses changes in the healthcare market and the ins and outs of healthcare design with Rebecca Donner. 
November 19, 2018
Revamp Interiors: Need to, Have to, Want to
Need to, Have to, Want to: How do designers truly balance work and life? Editor-in-Chief Kadie Yale discusses running a business and living life with Danielle Fennoy and Cece Stelljes, co-principals of Revamp Interiors, including the time they gave birth five weeks apart while running a successful firm. 
November 13, 2018
Women in Sustainability
A very special GreenBuild episode! Editor-in-Chief Kadie Yale discusses the Women in Sustainability Leadership Awards with Rochelle Routman, director of sustainability for Metroflor. As a previous recipient of the WSLA, Routman will be announcing the WSLA Alumnae Group and Summit during GreenBuild, connecting female sustainability leaders with one another. 
November 8, 2018
Loving Your Space Again
Get ready to love your space again! Benjamin Moore's 2019 Color of the Year is a calming Gray that transforms in different lighting. Editor-in-Chief Kadie Yale discusses the hue with Andrea Magno, color and design expert at Benjamin Moore, as well as what designers should know when using it. 
November 5, 2018
Transforming Place into More with Johnnie Rush of the McBride Company
There are spaces, and then there are experiences. Editor-in-Chief Kadie Yale talks with Johnnie Rush, chief business innovation officer at The McBride Company about how his team transforms place into something more. 
October 29, 2018
You Only Learn When You Listen: The Carl Gustav Magnusson Interview
Carl Gustav Magnusson has been at the forefront of industrial design for decades, having started his career with Charles and Ray Eames. Editor-in-Chief Kadie Yale discusses his history, thoughts, and favorite car with the man himself on this week's episode. 
October 22, 2018
Living Walls for All
What does it take for a living walls company to make sure even the worst brown thumbs keep their system alive? Editor-in-Chief Kadie Yale sits down with Nathan Beckner, lead plant designer of sagegreenlife to discuss their latest collaboration with Gensler. 
October 15, 2018
Allsteel: Growing Pains of Open Offices
With the ways in which office spaces are changing and evolving, what do designers need to know? That’s the question EIC Kadie Yale takes on with Allsteel’s Brandon Sieben, president, and Jan Johnson, vice-president of design and workplace resources. 
October 2, 2018
Airport Lounges: Home Away from Home
A. Razzak Memon thrives on ever-changing technology, providing a total solution for current and future needs. He also has been a frequent flyer at 300,000 miles every year. Needless to say, he spends more time in airport lounges than anywhere else. Christoph Trappe and Adrian Thompson discuss some of his favorite lounges over the years. 
October 2, 2018
Sustainability Design Initiatives with Lisa Conway of Interface America
Sustainability design has been an ever more important aspect of interior design and the way we live, work, and interact. In episode 7, Editor-in-Chief Kadie Yale discusses sustainable initiatives and the importance of footprinting over hand printing with Lisa Conway, VP of sustainability of design for Interface America’s. 
September 17, 2018
And the 2019 Color of the Year is...
Sue Wadden, director of color marketing at Sherwin-Williams, announces Sherwin-William’s 2019 color of the year, how it was chosen, and what you can expect to see in this contemporary hue in the next year.  
September 12, 2018
Color Theory and Marketing: Sherwin-Williams Color of the Year Part 1
In the first of a two-part episode, EiC Kadie Yale discusses color theory and the history of Sherwin-William’s color of the year with Sue Wadden, director of color marketing. 
September 10, 2018
Salvaging Architecture
 On this episode of I Hear Design, Chief Content Engagement Director Christoph Trappe and Editor-In-Chief Kadie Yale sit down with the Executive Director of the Architectural Salvage Warehouse of Detroit. His team deals in deconstruction and re-manufacturing for interior design and architecture of abandoned industrial structures and commercial structures in Detroit. Listen in on a conversation about a unique, often forgotten side of interior design and architecture. 
August 20, 2018
The Story of Pink
 Royce Epstein, a+d design director of Mohawk, discusses millennial pink with EiC Kadie Yale in this latest episode of the interiors+sources interior design podcast I Hear Design. Over the last several years, pink has made its way into the design industry—but why? Epstein and Yale discuss its origin story as a gender descriptor, why it’s so prevalent, and how long designers can expect it to stick around.  
August 6, 2018
Celliant, The Wonder Textile
A discussion with Trenton Horinek from Hologenix, creator of Celliant. Our August Product Materiality is a reactive material that absorbs the heat from your body, converts it to infrared, and delivers it back to the body where it's absorbed into the skin tissue and bloodstream. Although research began in the early 1990s, FDA Determined/Designation in 2017 has lead it to be used in a variety of textile products, including in collections for both Designtex and CF Stinson. The hope is that by using this product as upholstery on office furniture, it'll nix some of the health issues that occur when people sit too long.
July 30, 2018
Beverly Willis Rewrites Architectural History
Legendary architect, coder, and film director, Beverly Willis always likes to start with a question: “One of my favorite questions I like to ask, particularly to men, but also women: Can you name five women architects?” In the first episode of your best choice in interior design and architecture podcasting, I Hear Design listens to and discusses the full interview of legendary architect Beverly Willis.
July 24, 2018
Open Office Booths at Neocon 2018
To keep up with the demands of the next generation of workspaces, companies have transitioned from traditional individual office spaces to open office floor plans. The answer? Booths. Booths that can be inserted into any open office floor plan. And there’s not just one exhibit, but many that showcase this innovative approach to a solve a very real problem. Christoph Trappe is front and center at NeoCon 2018, and he sees a very interesting solution popping up.
June 11, 2018
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