A healthier, brighter, more efficient world doesn’t just happen–it happens by design. Fast Company lists its finalists.
To better prepare Shea Homes customers for their design studio appointments, Shea recently joined the popular, online platform called Houzz.
Out of the 12 entries in this fairly new residential design competition, six recently were awarded cash prizes totaling $6,000.
Independent designers and studios put a twist on standby materials.
Brookings Institution fellow Heather Knight describes a series of important choices that humans face in designing robots that they will actually want to use and engage with, emphasizing that design considerations today can foreshadow policy choices in the future.
CityLab’s Richard Florida worked with occupational data provided by the labor market data and research firm EMSI to study the design sector nationally, and identify its major geographic clusters and locations.
Sacramento Business Journal staffer Ben van der Meer reports on Woodside Homes’ design approach to the homes it’s starting in the Folsom master-planned project, east of Sacramento.
Eat your heart out, Apple. Inc.’s John Peabody introduces the winners of Inc.’s inaugural Best In Class design contest.
The Hanley Wood Sustainability Council offers up seven business opportunities and needs in high-performance design and building.
Here are the resources to tap, and ideas to use, to convert a design philosophy into profitable work.