Interiors

Learn to Design Sustainable Interiors This Fall

The Fashion Institute of Technology is an old name in interior design education–its highly reputed undergraduate program has been setting standards for the profession for more than 50 years. Now FIT’s School of Graduate Studies is offering a new master’s…

What’s Next: Hospitality

The sector that once seemed to crank out a new Nobu each week has had to learn to make do with less. Much less. To hear David Rockwell, the high priest of chichi hospitality design, tell it, that’s a good…

Style & Substance

Anachronistic tastes land Roman & Williams two of New York’s hottest hotels—and a quiet, little brick apartment building that looks like it might be more than a century old.

Interiors

LEXUS HYBRID SUITE San Francisco This year the Fairmont Hotel & Resorts chain, in partnership with Lexus, created the Lexus Hybrid Living Suites, which are aimed at travelers who want to sleep, eat, and drink sustainably. This tenth-floor corner suite,…

Custom Cuts

Rudy’s Barbershop–a West Coast mini-chain with national aspirations–may have a formula for growth that satisfies a new generation’s thirst for authenticity.

Elegant and Efficient Workspace

The Wedgewood office system for Tuohy Furniture reimagines the strategic configuration of private office space. Los Angeles designers David Ritch and Mark Saffell of 5D Studio recognized that office real estate is shrinking, so that even when you find traditional,…

What’s Different About 21st-Century Interiors?

Tuesday, June 13 Holiday Inn Mart Plaza-Sauganash Ballroom, 8 a.m. To mark the debut of the first annual IIDA Metropolis Smart Environments Award, a competition integrating beauty, functionality, and sustainability, Metropolis holds an open discussion with the judges and finalists.…