ASID Newsletter: January 2017
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The Rate of Change Has Changed
Interiors and Sources
The design industry has seen significant changes in the last 20 years. Designers work longer hours with tighter budgets, and demand more from sub-consultants and vendors than ever before. At the same time, they’re dealing with an increasingly informed client-base, who have unprecedented access to information about design processes and trends, and issues like sustainability and building performance ...
The Best Architecture and Design Books of 2016
We’ve rounded up 17 of the year’s best books about architecture and design—from the engaging textbook-style tome to the heavy-on-the-pictures monograph and many other genres in between.
Top Design Images of the Past Decade
In anticipation of Interior Design's forthcoming Decade of Design book, we gathered a selection of some of the most striking ...
How Technology Will Shape the Future of Office Design
In a world where technology is becoming increasingly important, and technological possibilities increasingly advanced, it is necessary and helpful to consider how and to what effect technology may be put to best use. In recent decades both hardware and software technologies have been implemented in the workplace to make lives easier, work more efficient, and standard of production higher. From typewriters to touchscreens, letters to emails, technological advancements have redefined understandings of what an office should be and how it should function. Based on ideas forwarded by Interactive Space, a professional services company in London, we explore the possibilities of the future: how might technology enhance office design in years to come?