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“New wood finish totems at Geiger with warm, cool, and pale color tints. An amazing range.”—Bill Bouchey, director of design, interiors, HOK

Designers’ Picks From NeoCon 2017

by dreamer |June 21, 2017 |0 Comments | Blogs

“My overall impression of the show and the trends I’m seeing are 1950’s modern meets post-war industrial.

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10 Kitchen Pantries With Expert Design

by Davenue |December 2, 2016 |0 Comments | Blogs, Blogs special

While they may play a supporting role to the kitchen when it comes to function, these 10 butler’s pantries take center stage when it comes to design.

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A Mine of Opportunity

by Davenue |December 2, 2016 |0 Comments | Blogs, Blogs special

An overhaul in mining policy promises to increase yields for equipment providers and organised companies.

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ProHealth Care Cancer Center. Photography by Craig Dugan.

Mosa Tiles Define New Wisconsin Healthcare Facility by CannonDesign

by Davenue |December 2, 2016 |0 Comments | Blogs, Blogs special

Design is playing a larger role in how people are selecting healthcare facilities now more than ever. As a result, design firms are being charged with creating inviting family- and patient-centered environments. read more

This ‘Bookshelf House’ Is Every Book Lover’s Dream Home

by Davenue |December 2, 2016 |0 Comments | Blogs, Blogs special

For book lovers, there’s no such thing as too many books. Unfortunately, there is such a thing as too little storage. When your nightstand is piled high with books that may very well fall and crush you in your sleep, it’s time to reevaluate.

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Six Healthcare Products

by Davenue |November 30, 2016 |0 Comments | Blogs, Blogs special

Tork EasyCube Intelligent Restroom System, SCA
This sensor-enabled system provides facility managers with real-time data that measures the usage of public restrooms in large, high-traffic places. read more

MoMA and MoMA PS1 Announces the 2017 Young Architects Program Shortlist

by Davenue |November 30, 2016 |0 Comments | Blogs, Blogs special

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and MoMA PS1 have jointly announced five finalists for the 18th version of the Young Architects Program (YAP)—an annual program aimed at budding architects and designers that asks them to create a temporary installation that will be situated on the Long Island City, N.Y. location. read more

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LM Harbor Gateway

by Davenue |November 30, 2016 |0 Comments | Blogs, Blogs special

What If the Quickest Way From Point A to Point B Was to Walk Across the Sky?
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Studio Gang’s plan for the Milwaukee Harbor connects the downtown with the lake and transforms the harbor into a multi-use utility and recreational space. (Courtesy Studio Gang Architects)

Studio Gang’s research-based approach to ecological design rethinks the shape of urban waterfronts

by Davenue |November 19, 2016 |0 Comments | Blogs, Blogs special

As Studio Gang gains respect as an office that builds formally and programmatically ambitious projects, one aspect in particular has helped the firm continue to be a major force: It is an office that does its homework.

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Park Hyatt luxury hotel added to Oceanwide Plaza development in Los Angeles

by Davenue |November 19, 2016 |0 Comments | Blogs, Blogs special

Luxury hotelier Park Hyatt has signed up to be a part of the Oceanwide Plaza, $1 billion, 1,488,101-square foot, mixed-use development in Downtown Los Angeles. (Courtesy Oceanwide Real Estate Group)

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