Designed Showers for Modern Bathrooms

Designed Showers for Modern Bathrooms Your bathroom can be a place to express your creativity and personality. If you’re fed up with boring mainstream bathrooms and want something new, then take some time to read this article and discover the many ways in which your bathroom can become a place that looks like it came

Nike Ups Its Street Cred in NYC With a New Office by Studios Architecture

Head tilted back, Frank Gesualdi is standing in Nike’s Midtown office, admiring a “diaphanous surface,” as he calls it, that stretches up toward the double-height ceiling. The Studios Architecture associate principal is talking about chain link fencing, mind you—a surprising divider to find on the premises of a Fortune 100 company. But few things are

INC Architecture & Design Keeps It Local at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge Park

Think globally. Design locally. This twist on the well-known activist rallying cry is a fitting mantra for the latest property in the eco-forward, nature-centric 1 Hotel brand launched by Interior Design Hall of Fame member Barry Sternlicht, formerly mastermind of the W hotel phenomenon and currently CEO of Starwood Capital Group. Tapped by Sternlicht, who

Mark Zeff Puts the Finishing Touch on a Scenic Unit in a Norman Foster Tower

The place where Manhattan’s concrete meets the surrounding rivers has, over the centuries, inspired poets, painters, and dreamers. Walt Whitman’s poem “Mannahatta” famously tied New York’s very essence to the water: “City of hurried and sparkling waters! city of spires and masts!” Those masts might not be as plentiful as they were in Whitman’s time,

Interior Design’s Workplace Roundtable Tackles the State of Design

On November 14, Interior Design hosted the Workplace Roundtable, an industry-focused discussion about the evolving definition and challenges of the contemporary office. Over 30 prominent designers, manufacturers, and end users gathered at Swarovski’s glistening new office in NYC, designed by Perkins + Will and Valerie Pasquiou. Interior Design editor in chief Cindy Allen moderated the

Furniture Forum 2.0 Offers Ideas to Simplify Contract Furniture Buying

Though the design industry has mastered the art of designing, producing, and delivering furniture, it hasn’t yet mastered how to simplify clients’ buying of furniture. To that end, a cross-industry group of dealers, manufacturers, real estate-services firms, designers, and architects met in Chicago Nov. 9 for “Furniture Forum 2.0: Creating a Better Client Outcome,” which

Hospitality Giants 2017 Take Over Seattle

Interior Design’s Hospitality Giants summit, an annual meeting of the top design firms and manufacturers in the sector, concluded today. Over 100 guests traveled to Seattle for discussions about the state of the industry and design-minded adventures in the Emerald City. The festivities began at the Thompson Seattle, where editor in chief Cindy Allen provided

NKBA and Interior Design Host Designers at Kohler Experience Center NYC

Over 100 designers gathered at the Kohler Experience Center last night in NYC for an evening of cocktails and conversation about kitchen and bath trends. Hosted by Interior Design and the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA), the event featured a presentation by designer Elle H-Millard, industry relations manager for the NKBA. She wowed crowds

Top Designers Compete in the Great Architectural Bake-Off 2019

Last week, as part of Archtober, WATG and Wimberly Interiors asked leading architects and designers to put their building skills to the test at NYC’s second Great Architectural Bake-Off. Teams from 10 esteemed architecture firms gathered at the Center for Architecture, where they were given three hours to construct a cake. Some chose to recreate

ASID Platform Retreat Encourages Designers to Think Differently

Designers are paid to think differently. So the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) Platform: A Retreat for Design Visionaries conference in Victoria, BC, gathered a powerful group of industry professionals to do just that. For starters, scholars, editors, authors, and luminaries in their fields tackled nine critical questions on technology. Designers turned to WIRED