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Making KBIS Work for Design

The expo showcases the most innovative products and technologies serving this $134 billion business, which is growing at a rapid rate.

The expo showcases the most innovative products and technologies serving this $134 billion business, which is growing at a rapid rate.

Lighting up the Floor

Innovations in fiber dying technology bring new color possibilities to commercial carpet.

Innovations in fiber dying technology bring new color possibilities to commercial carpet.

How Evolving Workplace Needs Are Forging New Partnerships Among Furniture Brands

As workplace design increasingly takes cues from homes and hotels, contract companies are adapting by strategically pairing up with residential and lighting brands.

As workplace design increasingly takes cues from homes and hotels, contract companies are adapting by strategically pairing up with residential and lighting brands.

2018 AIA Gold Medal Goes to James Stewart Polshek

Polshek was named the recipient of the U.S.'s highest architecture honor, while Minneapolis-based firm Snow Kreilich Architects received the AIA's Firm Award.

Polshek will receive the AIA Gold Medal 2018, while Minneapolis-based firm Snow Kreilich Architects received the AIA’s Firm Award.

How to be Florence Knoll in 10 Easy Steps

Looking back on a decades-old relationship with the designer on the centennial of her birth, Metropolis vice president of design Paul Makovsky reflects on the lessons to be learned from her contributions to architecture and design.

Courtesy Florence Knoll Bassett papers, 1932-2000. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. Florence Knoll Bassett is truly a visionary. As a pioneer of interior and furniture design and a successful entrepreneur, she is one of the most influential architects and designers of postwar America, yet her mark on Modern design transcends any one of these fields. Her studies at Kingswood…