Interior Design November 2014

Featured projects, walk-throughs, products, news and more from the November 2014 issue of Interior Design magazine.

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ON THE COVER Inland Sea: Sea Urchins Inspire Robotics in Germany

Earth, Water, Air, Fire: A Handcrafted Cabin by Snøhetta Celebrates Norway

Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained: Hagy Belzberg and Joan Behnke Remake Gores Group

Built Upon a Dream: Atlanta’s National Center for Civil and Human Rights

Dangerous Curves: Randy Brown Gets Wild With A House Near Omaha

Answered Prayers: Jouin Manku Brings Hotel and Restaurant to Loire Valley

The Fiberglass Ceiling: Francesco Gatti’s Boutique for SND Smashes Convention

Mystery and Transparency: Fujiko Nakaya's Fog Installation at the Glass House


Hey, Czarina: Kusmi Tea's Paris Flagship by Saguez & Partners

From A Simpler Time: SunnyHills by Kengo Kuma

Greater Good

Nursery Furniture: Designjunction's Teddy's Wish Auction

Play Well With Others: Madrid Gets a Community Hub for Teenagers

MCX Matter *new*

Check 'Em Out: 7 Newcomers to the Material ConneXion Library
The Small Screen, Writ Large: Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
No, You Can't Smoke It: Hemp With Acrodur Binder

Giants Research


Riding The Wave: A Photo Exhibit at the Annenberg in L.A. Documents Climate Change

Shop Talk *new*

A Bold Move: Tsao & McKown Relocates to Industrial Brooklyn

Love Affair *new*

Alphabet Soup: What Does Gensler's Todd Heiser Collect?

November Redesign Partners

Products Lookbook

Online Exclusives

5 Lighting Trends Reflect the Age of LEDs

2014 Market Trends: In Healthcare Design, Patients Rule

10 Questions With... Charles Phu

Memo From... Brussels

VIDEO: 60 Seconds With... Lori Weitzner

VIDEO: Jamie Drake: Where Are They Now?

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