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Manufacturers develop the products that interior designers and architects use to create exciting, functional environments for their clients, but have you ever wondered who

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contributed by Exenia R.

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contributed by Exenia R.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Haven’t read Part 1 of this in-depth interview with Scott Pobiner" Then do so

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Interior design is an extremely important aspect of a company’s brand. This concept is especially applicable in the fields of hospitality, retail and entertainment design, all areas where competition is endless and differentiation is

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No matter the field of practice, one of the tricky tasks architects and designers consistently face is communicating their three-dimensional ideas to their often vision-challenged clients. Going beyond the flat representations of floorplans and elevations to

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Get ready to slap yourself upside the head

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We’ll admit it – we have a weakness for terrazzo. So when we heard from
P&C fan Lauriel Leonard, Allied ASID, NEWH, NKBA, about her Atlanta-based company that creates countertops, sinks and

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Leaner times often inspire a generous spirit, so this month
P&C is giving readers a two-for-one industry profile special: Hector Romero and Christopher Obeji, Principal and Partner of

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When we asked this month’s industry spotlight what she wanted her title to be for this piece, she replied: “What are titles anyway" I can be Rachel Hicks, Event Designer; Rachel Hicks, Director of

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The relationship between the design process and products is interdependent. Design involves utilizing and combining manufactured goods; however, even the most innovative or beautiful individual items used without careful consideration to the