February 28, 2017

Interior Design February 2017

Featured projects, walk-throughs, products, news and more from the February 2017 issue of Interior Design magazine. Subscribe now.


1960’s Paris Office Complex Gets an Electrifying Update by Saguez Workstyle

Hoshinoya Tokyo Spa Hotel by Rie Azuma Reinvents The Traditional Japanese Ryokan

Bates Masi’s Office in East Hampton: Now a True Extension of the Firm’s Style

Inc Architecture & Design Gives an Equinox Gym the Loft Treatment in Brooklyn

Equinox Opens Second Brooklyn Location by Inc Architecture & Design in Williamsburg

Hariri & Hariri Architecture Helps an NYC Couple Downsize With Style

5 Standout Hotels in Europe and Asia


Design Museum Explores Unrealized Architecture of Moscow After the Russian Revolution

Fay McCaul and Kia Utzon-Frank Create Interactive Screen From Dichroic Rods in Cotton


Damian Loeb Paints the Galaxy as Seen From Earth

Zaha Hadid’s Paintings Explore Fragmentation, Abstraction, Explosion

Greater Good:

Student-Designed Education Stations Dot the Kansas Prairie


What’s New With Tom Dixon, Perennial Hit-Maker


On the cover: SKB Architects Creates Lively Lobby for Key Center Office Tower

Watch the video for editor in chief Cindy Allen’s inside take on the issue and cover!


Sanjay Puri Starts Every Morning by Drawing

McX Matter:

8 New Materials in the Material ConneXion Library


C&C Design Co. Constructs Neo-Noir Cityscape


Dutch Talents Design Bisazza’s Foray Into Wood Flooring

SPAN Architecture Debuts Carpet Collection With Crosby Street Studios

Doshi Levien Takes on the Peacock Chair With Cala for Kettal

8 Seats for Soaking Up the Sun

Extremis’s Sol + Luna Chaise Transitions From Day to Night

GranitiFiandre Celebrates Marble With Luminous New Collection

Karim Rashid Designs Carpet Sign Collection Made by 3-D Tufting Robot

7 Stylish Outdoor Furniture Options

Dynamic Cavalcanti Rugs Create Optical Illusions

Woven Launches Modern Rugs Informed by Ancient Motifs

Italian Craft Explored in New Rugs by Patterson Flynn Martin

8 Bold Patterned Rugs

Perennials Translates the Work of Artist Sam Glankoff Into New Rugs

Henzel Studio Creates Rugs Adapted From Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe Prints

Moroso Launches Two Golran Collections in the U.S.

5 Graphic Rugs

Tai Ping’s Nepalese Blur Rugs Replicate Photographic Effects

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