Interior Design August 2016

Featured projects, walk-throughs, products, news and more from the August 2016 issue of Interior Design magazine.



Features

Nendo’s Extensive Oeuvre Comes to Life at Design Museum Holon

Dramatic Cantilever Sets the Tone for SOM-Designed JT International Headquarters

Deborah Berke Revs Up a Historic Ford Plant for 21C Museum Hotel Oklahoma City

11,500 Acres of Montana Ranchland Host Sculpture and Music at Tippet Rise

Aidling Darling Design Serves Up Food and Art at SFMOMA's In Situ Restaurant

On the Cover: 5 Boundary-Pushing Landscapes and Installations


Designwire

Gaetano Pesce Exhibits Fanciful Experiments in Cast Resin

The Centre d’Art Diane-Dufresne by ACDF Architecture Helps Put a Montreal Suburb on the Map

After Dropbox and Instagram, Geremia Design Tackles Figma's San Francisco HQ

Catch Never-Before-Seen Work by Industrial Design Icon Vladimir Kagan


Greater Good

100 Artists Reimagine the Brain to Raise Awareness


Crosslines

Morris Adjmi's Office Doubles as a Rotating Art Gallery


Walk-through

The Museum of Neon Art Finds a Permanent Home Crafted by Shimoda Design Group


Sketchbook

Laith Sayigh Makes a Miami Warehouse Conversion an Artistic Collaboration


CODAawards

2016 CODAawards Honor the Best Unions of Art and Design


NeoCon

Highlights from NeoCon 2016


Design Insider

Pools Are a Key Part of Public Life, Explains the Australian Pavilion of the Venice Biennale


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For Pedro Reyes, Politics and Sculpture Go Hand in Hand

After studying architecture at Mexico City’s Universidad Iberoamericana, Pedro Reyes found his calling as a sculptor instead. He uses his ...