June 5, 2016

Interior Design May 2016 Issue

Featured projects, walk-throughs, products, news and more from the May 2016 issue of Interior Design magazine.

The cover of Interior Design's May 2016 issue

Explore Interior Design’s May 2016 Issue


Studios Architecture Composes a Perfect Harmony at Sony’s US Headquarters

On the Cover: Bright Colors and Contemporary Artwork Punctuate Pritzker Group’s Los Angeles Headquarters by HOK

IA Interior Architects Delivers the Goods for E-commerce Newcomer Jet.com

Scope Architekten Transforms the Corporate Campus of German Software Giant SAP

Architects Channel Vibrant City Parks to Create the Perfect Indoor Work Environment

Herman Miller Fashions a Towering Presence in New York City’s Flatiron District

Fullscreen’s Los Angeles Headquarters by Rapt Studio Signals a Bright Future for Content Creators

Rapt Studio Tackles Two Satellite Locations for a Client in Expansion Mode

Bold Geometric Forms Take Center Stage in These 6 Forward-Thinking Offices

Design Walk-through

Turelk’s Los Angeles Office Promotes its Hands-On Approach to its Work

The Office of Marketing Agency Barrows Brings the African Jungle to the Concrete Jungle

Workplace Design

Rivals of the Companies Behind These 7 Innovative Offices are Green with Envy

IIDA Awards

Take a Bow: IIDA Interior Design Competition Winners

Designwire: Design News and Exhibitions

Say Om to Sydney’s One Hot Yoga & Pilates by Rob Mills

Oppenheim Architecture & Design Adapts Historic Swiss Farmhouse For Muttenz Office

Antonio Pio Saracino Designs Gemlike Dubai Headquarters for Marka

Huntington Library Spotlights the Impact of Japanese Architecture on Greene & Greene

Design for the Greater Good

Perkins+Will’s Pro-Bono Design for the Tenderloin Museum in San Francisco


Paul Crofts’s One-Man Firm Demonstrates an Impressive Diversity


The Myriad Interests of Snøhetta’s Craig Dykers Have All Involved Drawing

Market: The Latest Products

NeoCon 2016 Product Preview


7 New Standout Products from the MCX Library

Design Insider

A New York Doctor’s Office Doubles as a Gallery Showing Sculptures by Aaronel deRoy Gruber

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