July 7, 2021

Interior Design July 2021 Issue

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

On the Cover

Towodesign Draws on Ancient Traditions for a Passive House Exhibition in Xi’an, China


Sou Fujimoto Architects Integrates Creative Works at the Shiroiya Hotel in Maebashi, Japan

Harry Nuriev Launches Home-Goods Collection and Crosby Studios Store in Moscow

Gabellini Sheppard Carries Out David Yurman’s Vision for the Jewelry Brand’s Latest New York Flagship

Module K Vietnam Turns the Silver Screen Millennial Pink at Beta Cinema Saigon

5 Hotels Honor Local History, Traditional Crafts, and Vernacular Forms

Creative Voices

Michael Ford Uses Hip-Hop Culture to Introduce Underrepresented Youth to Architecture and Design


Workshop/APD Goes With a Mod Approach for AutoCamp Cape Cod


Richard Mosse’s Photography Retrospective ‘Displaced’ Opens at Fondazione MAST in Bologna, Italy

Matthew Rolston Solo Photography Exhibition Opens at Laguna Art Museum


Stonelike Seating and Lighting With a Sustainable Edge

Market | Lighting

Amarist Studio’s Functional Lighting Sculptures Invite Reflection

Lucifero Teams Up with Mario Cucinella Design for a Tiny Spotlight

8 Shapely and Innovative Lighting Fixtures 

9 Light Fixtures that Radiate Joie de Vivre

Barber Osgerby and Flos Collaborate on a Slender and Sculptural Floor Lamp

Vantot Creates Rotating, Solar-Powered Outdoor Lantern


Phillip K. Smith’s Site-Specific Sculpture in Los Angeles Mirrors Life, With the Help of SOM


Clap Studio Creates Installation for World Design Organization in Valencia, Spain

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