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Browse our Architecture board on Pinterest for inspirational projects like this Mid-Century Silicon Valley Ranch renovation: http://bit.ly/1A612hQ
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For 30 years Interior Design's Hall of Fame has celebrated inspiration, vision, and excellence in architecture and interiors. Here, some of our favorite projects by inductees: http://bit.ly/1AeV3ET
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Workplace design trends are influencing healthcare. See the interiors that result here: http://bit.ly/1HpxeM8
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Given this year's top design projects, what's in store for 2015? Click to decide: http://bit.ly/1whKUSU
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Our December issue is out! Get the details on this sculpture made of Barbie dolls, plus 37 other breathtaking images from 2014: http://bit.ly/1x9hZ8F
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#DailyProductPick: The Logan Lounge Chair by @BeaufurnDesigns. It's simple, stylish, and it swivels. Perfect for retail, hospitality, healthcare applications and more. http://bit.ly/1zXbtlp
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Eva Jiricna took on the challenge inserting a spiral staircase into London’s landmarked Somerset House. See "The Miles Stair" here: http://bit.ly/1BkZDkO
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What happens when a Tribeca landmark gets a facelift? Find out here: http://bit.ly/1wUKQMJ
Mariah Carey, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Derek Jeter, hoping to sidestep the glare of celebrity, have chosen to live in TriBeCa as opposed to, say, on Central Park West. Consequently, not to mention ironically, condominiums in the former industrial neighborhood command a fortune. And that certainly includes those offered at 443 Greenwich Street, a landmarked 1884 bookbinding facility now becoming 53 super-luxury apartments in a mammoth conversio...
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This office of "neighborhoods" was designed by Interior Design Hall of Famer Clive Wilkinson for the Gerson Lehrman Group. Check it out: http://bit.ly/1uo0D5j
Photos of sweethearts may smile from the screens of corporate-issued laptops, but you won’t see any potted plants, stuffed animals, or Nerf basketball hoops on desktops at headquarters for Gerson Lehrman Group. The New York office’s architect, Interior Design Hall of Fame member Clive Wilkinson, abhors that kind of clutter. “We take the view that personalization of work spaces is a reaction against boring, sterile design,”...
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This structure combines solid-surfacing with redwood salvaged from water towers. See more from Situ Studio's reinvention of the New York Hall of Science here: http://bit.ly/1pRXypG
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#DailyProductPick On Point by Bolyu Contract is a textured loop pattern carpet tile: http://bit.ly/1x9hZ8F
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A new look for Uber headquarters, award-winning TV set designs, and more: See our 10 most popular design projects of 2014: http://bit.ly/1re6YCd
  From the offices of Motorola and the ever-controversial Uber to global residences and the award-winning set design for Mad Men—kitchen, bath and office interiors made waves in the projects YOU visited the most in 2014.   Keep reading for the countdown of Interior Design's 10 most popular design projects of the year...   10. Making Connections: Gensler Delivers Open Office For Motorola Gensler emphasized communicati...
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Interior Design is the magazine for the interior design professional marketplace, published 15 times per year, monthly except semimonthly in April (Buyers Guide), May (Spring Market), and October (Fall Market). Each month, the magazine features a variety of outstanding projects, the latest new products across all disciplines, industry news and more.