The commercial flooring manufacturer's pursuit of the stringent Living Product Challenge standards yields change at every level.
Shimoda Design Group Experiments with Tactility, Color, and Pattern at Steelcase's New Chicago Showroom
“In this space, and in all the spaces that we do together, we really challenge you to see something differently, even though you’ve seen it many times before,” says Joey Shimoda.
This year, Metropolis looked back at 50 years of NeoCon while also surveying the future with its 33 forward-thinking #MetropolisLikes NeoCon awardees.
Viñas’s flair for color and narrative—a talent she sharpened in residential work—makes her firm a growing force in workplace and product design.
The Tokyo-based designer tells Metropolis about his design career, his creative process, and his new line of modular furniture for Arper.
The German-born designer reflects on pivotal moments in his career, his first Neocon, and how his firm stayed on the cutting edge of design.
We showcase more than fifteen different releases that show where commercial design is going—from nature-inspired patterns to new ergonomics.
Metropolis editors hand-pick the best new residential interiors products from American designers in advance of NeoCon this June.
Since 2011, Bracher has had a host of releases at NeoCon—across product categories like furniture, flooring, and lighting—and has also designed a number of showrooms at the Mart.
The founder of the lighting company Pablo, designer Pablo Pardo has launched a series of award-winning LED solutions at NeoCon.
On the occasion of NeoCon’s 50th edition, Cosonas spoke about how the gathering has become a platform for storytelling around textile design.
In his Q&A with Metropolis, Powers also discusses how technology drives workplace design and how NeoCon is evolving.
Design veteran Brent Capron sits down with Metropolis to discuss workplace trends, the firm's in-house research, and the significance of NeoCon.
Haworth’s refurbished headquarters by the Spanish designer is a truer reflection of the multi-brand company as it stands now, in its 70th year.
Tom Polucci, director of interiors at HOK, discusses cultural shifts influencing commercial interior design, changing client relationships, and his dizzying first experiences at NeoCon.
Lindsay Wilson of architecture and interiors firm Corgan, discusses current trends in workplace design and looks back at her first visit to NeoCon.
On the occasion of NeoCon's 50th Anniversary, Chadwick reflects on his career and the design industry's evolution.
Martínez, a consumer-goods practice-area leader at Gensler, chats with Metropolis editor-in-chief, Avinash Rajagopal, about not being afraid to experiment in office design.
Metropolis showcased four emerging talents in a vibrant installation at NeoCon 2017.