News Category: Design

  • 12 New Healthcare Artwork And Wayfinding Products
    05.15.2024Anne Holden

    12 New Healthcare Artwork And Wayfinding Products

    By Tracey Walker | May 15, 2024 | HCD Magazine Interactive vinyl wallpaper, custom wayfinding glass, mosaics, green walls, and pieces that use evidence-based design principles are among the new artwork and wayfinding products that vendors and manufacturers are introducing …

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  • Podcast: What’s That Sound? Exploring the Vital Role of Acoustics in Commercial Interiors
    04.30.2024Anne Holden

    Podcast: What’s That Sound? Exploring the Vital Role of Acoustics in Commercial Interiors

    By Robert  Nieminen | November 23, 2023 | i+s Magazine In this episode, we take a deep dive into the acoustics conversation with our friends at Fräsch. Research has demonstrated that unwanted noise in the workplace negatively impacts 70% of …

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  • Reconsidering Rubber
    04.23.2024Anne Holden

    Reconsidering Rubber

    By Stephanie L’Estrange & Jamison Delfino | March/April Issue | MCD Magazine Better design options and sustainable advantages ring renewed relevance. Flooring alternatives for healthcare facilities, such as liquid linoleum and PVC-free vinyl sheeting, tempt owners and designers with promises …

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  • Design Pattern Trends in 2024
    03.05.2024Anne Holden

    Design Pattern Trends in 2024

    From retro florals to modern geometrics, these pattern trends are the ones designers predict we’ll be decorating with in 2024.  Patterns are hot, hot, hot in 2024. Whether they are on the walls, floors, textiles, or furniture, patterns are the …

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  • ASID Report Examines the Rise of Adaptive Reuse
    02.05.2024Anne Holden

    ASID Report Examines the Rise of Adaptive Reuse

    By Lindsey Koren | November 23, 2023 | i+s Magazine A recent Bloomberg headline declared, “One Nation, Under Renovation,” signaling a phenomenon: for the first time in 20 years, renovations have overtaken new construction in architectural billings in the built …

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  • Circularity in Furniture Manufacturing Makes Inroads in Commercial Interiors
    01.23.2024Anne Holden

    Circularity in Furniture Manufacturing Makes Inroads in Commercial Interiors

    By Kenn Busch |  January 9, 2024 | i+s Magazine Circularity: it’s the final frontier, as Captain Kirk said (sort of). It’s a future where the concept of waste has become a relic of the past and a closed-loop economy …

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  • Sustainability v/s Circularity
    01.17.2024Anne Holden

    Sustainability v/s Circularity

    By Inchainge | September 20, 2022 The terms circularity and sustainability are often used interchangeably and that is exactly where the confusion lies. While the two concepts are not entirely different from one another – in fact, they are somewhat …

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  • Meet Peach Fuzz 13-1023, the Pantone Color of the Year 2024
    01.02.2024Anne Holden

    Meet Peach Fuzz 13-1023, the Pantone Color of the Year 2024

    New year, new color of the year announcement. We predicted that this new release from Pantone would be more on the earthly side, and boy were we right. Dig into your southern roots, think spring/summer, and get to know Peach …

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  • Sherwin-Williams Unveils 2024 Color of the Year
    10.10.2023Anne Holden

    Sherwin-Williams Unveils 2024 Color of the Year

    September 21, 2023 | i+s Magazine Now that we have your mouth-watering, we aren’t just showing you a beautiful pastry. In fact, renowned French pastry chef Dominique Ansel created the first-ever vegan cronut for New York City that was inspired …

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  • Balancing Act
    09.26.2023Anne Holden

    Balancing Act

    By Jolene Mudri | September/October 2023 Issue | MCD Magazine Durability and maintenance top the list of concerns for designers specifying flooring within healthcare environments. There are multiple intertwined variables to balance – material health, embodied carbon reduction, cost, longevity, …

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