Last week, the race was on and the global design crowd descended upon New York for the nation’s most important design happenings. From the International Contemporary Furnishings Fair (ICFF) to Wanted Design, Sight Unseen Offsite, and Collective Design, here’s an extremely tight edit of the best the design world had to offer for 2015.
If you mixed the sculptural styles of Barbara Hepworth, Henry Moore, Isamu Noguchi, and Martin Puryear, then added a Spanish point of view, you might arrive at the works of Jorge Palacios.
Lofty and inventive facades such as Spain’s Bilbao Arena by ACXT-Idom and Chicago’s Marina City by Bertrand Goldberg to Tsar Carpets’ Felt Ball rug, and everything in between, here are Interior Design’s top picks from Instagram this week.
Whether you’re interested in how design influences daily life or how to grow your business, the following series are sure to pique your interest.
This Friday, December 12 , the museum officially reopens to the public at 11 a.m, revealing a massive overhaul by a team of at least 13 firms.
Kenneth Lewis, AIA, LEED-AP, former president, chief operating officer, board member and design director of Los Angeles-based design firm AC Martin, passed away on November 18 after a sustained battle with cancer.
As total design revenue hit $1.6 billion, up a sweet 18 percent from last time, hospitality fees specifically reached $701 million, a 14 percent rise and a continuation of the trend from the survey before.
Seattle-based design firm Callison, currently ranked as Interior Design Giant #6, revealed this week that it will be acquired by Arcadis, a global leader in natural and built asset design and consulting.
In conjunction with its exhibit “Palaces for the People: Guastavino and the Art of Structural Tile,” the Museum of the City of New York hosted Innovators: Engineering & Design of Tall Buildings, a panel discussion about the history and future of supertall structures.
Interior designer, design advocate, lecturer, and long-time member and supporter of the International Interior Design Association, Pam Light was unanimously selected by the IIDA Southern California Chapter board of directors as the 2014 recipient of the IIDA Circle of Excellence Award.