Interior Design June 2021 Issue

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

On the Cover

Ministry of Design Merges Banking and Biophilia at a Citibank Wealth-Management Center in Singapore

Features

Various Associates Subverts Department Store Conventions for a Boutique in Qingdao

Jouin Manku’s Addition to Hôtel Les Haras Treats Visitors Like Royalty

RMW Architecture & Interiors Designs a Headquarters for Robotic Medical Specialist in Silicon Valley

Taller de Arquitectura X Designs Casona Sforza Hotel in Puerto Escondido

Four Small Hospitality Projects Blend Seamlessly Into the Natural Landscape

Creative Voices

Portrait Series by Rebecca Moses Celebrates New York’s Female Nurses During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Walkthrough

FÖDA and Hufft Collaborate on a Social Club in Bentonville, Arkansas

DesignWire

Bruce Beasley's 60-Year Retrospective on Display at Grounds for Sculpture

Layer Designs Collection for Health & Wellness Startup Never Go Alone

Bright Architecture Creates Holistic Wellness Experience at Mind Body Project In NYC

'Kay Sekimachi: Geometries' Bows at the University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive

Blips

'Chloë Bass: Wayfinding' Installation On View at Pulitzer Arts Foundation in St. Louis

Pinups

Else-Rikke Bruun Fuses Traditional Mexican Weaving Technique with CNC Milling

Martin Brudnizki and Nicholas Jeanes Design a Stoneware Piece Inspired by Swedish Tiled Fireplaces

Market

Patrick Norguet and RAK Ceramic Combine Cultural Influences for Valet

Cosentino Introduces the Dekton Craftizen Line Inspired by Venetian Stucco

Metallic Gold Basin by Viadurini Brings Flexibility and Luxury to Bath Design

7 Bathroom Products for a Cosseting Environment

8 Products to Elevate a Spa Bath

Ceramica Colli di Sassuolo's Shanghai Line Invites the Creation of Colorful Patterns

8 Bold and Bright Bathroom Products

Centerfold

Maya Lin’s Spectral Installation in a New York Park Is an Environmental Message For The Future



Intervention

Nax Architects Transforms a Steamed-Dumpling Shop Into a Tiny Pop-up in Shanghai

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