Interior Design May 2021 Issue

Explore the latest in featured projects, news, and more from the May 2021 issue of Interior Design.

Features

Zav Architects Creates an Environmentally Sensitive Complex on the Island of Hormuz

Ippolito Fleitz Group Designs Accessible Workplace for Aktion Mensch in Bonn, Germany

5 Outstanding Projects, All in Different Countries, Confirm Great Design Has No Borders

4 International Civic-Minded Projects

Pig Design Celebrates the Memphis Group for a Hangzhou Showroom

LMN Architects Anchors Washington’s Mukilteo Multimodal Ferry Terminal in Local Native American Cultures

Creative Voices

Architect Vo Trong Nghia Shares Insight Into His Environmentally Friendly Bamboo Structures

Textile Designer Marisol Centeno Sees Design as an Agent of Change

New York Graffiti Artist Futura Shares His Design Journey

Tosin Oshinowo and Chrissa Amuah Launch Collection of Conceptual Headpieces

dsgnrswrkshp Founder Kamille Glenn Shares Her Community-Driven Mission

Design Insider

Interior Design and the IIDA's DesignUnity Initiative Explore How to Build and Sustain Diversity

DesignWire

Philadelphia Museum of Art Recommits to the Artists and Culture of its Hometown With New Exhibition 

The Urban Conga Promotes Community Interaction with 'Shifting Totems' Installation

New Book 'Bespoke Bodies: The Design & Craft of Prosthetics' Explores the Impact of Accessible Design

Pinups

Colorful Wood Grain Patterns Are Trending

Market

Nifemi Ogunro Debuts Sculptural Wood Furnishings

Black Artists + Designers Guild Partners with S. Harris on Textiles That Celebrate Craft Traditions

Merve Kahraman Creates Aesthetically Fluid Interior Products

Akosua Afriyie-Kumi Weaves Change with Pendant Fixtures

Jorge Diego Etienne Unveils Galeana Alabaster Collection of Sculptural Objects

Four Craft Products Fresh for Spring

Uuno Digital Gallery Showcases Work from Latinx Artists

Tantuvi Introduces Graphic Rugs Crafted Using Traditional Techniques

Centerfold

Various Associates's Sea-Inspired Pavilion for Shenzhen Design Week Represents Cultural Exchanges

Intervention

Blue Line Park Brings the Rainbow to Busan's Waterfront

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