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Sustainability Experts Weigh in on the Metropolis Climate Toolkit
Metropolis brought together leading design firms and manufacturers in Washington, D.C., to workshop and update the Climate Toolkit for Interior Design.
Suzanne Tick’s Luum Is a Fresh Force in U.S. Textiles
The newest entrant into the American contract textiles industry, Luum is based on artisanal approaches, material exploration, and a keen sense of how commercial spaces are evolving.
The Contract-Furniture Industry Pivots to High-End
As the contract-furniture industry faces an uncertain global market, the big players respond by investing in a sector showing unwavering growth: high-end residential interiors.
Advocates Stand up for the Built Environment’s Material Health
Healthy products advocates collaborate, see a growing market
Woven Histories: Contemplating the Legacy of Boris Kroll
Five prominent textile designers reflect on their early training with the master craftsman and weaver, Boris Kroll.
The Responsibility of Discarding Materials Belongs to Everyone
Rose Tourje, in a screenshot from the short documentary “ANEW: doing what’s right with what’s left.” In the inaugural post of our series on social sustainability, we featured John Peterson of Public Architecture,