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Faces of Design: Reviving the Fire

Integrating Technology With A Centuries Old Craft Nestled in the San Jose Mountains is a company you would not expect to be changing the design...
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Faces of Design: Designing Your Own Future

Breaking Out Of The Mold Interior designers are often stereotyped as those obsessed with glamour and extravagance. While designers do appreciate the finer details in...
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Faces of Design: Life of an Architect

This article is the second in a series of profiles on architects and designers who are challenging the status quo and tackling problems worth...
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Faces of Design: Jonathon Kemnitzer

This article is the first in a series of profiles on architects and designers who are challenging the status quo and tackling problems worth...
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MarketScale’s Best of 2018, Number 10: Rebuilding Shreveport

MarketScale is proud to present our favorite stories from 2018. Every day from today through the end of the year, we will release a...
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Rebuilding Shreveport

Louisiana has among the strongest identities of any state in America. Sportsman’s Paradise, as its citizens’ license plates say, is known for its unique...
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Housing Boom in Seattle and Portland Brings Stability

Rents are mercifully beginning to decline in the high-cost/high-growth cities of the Pacific Northwest. Portland and Seattle are great examples of basic economics in action. Portland...
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2018 IFAI Innovation

Presconians discuss how our innovative minds help grow and strengthen relationships with our customers. To learn more, visit us at www.pres-flex.com.
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Hipper than Hip…an Introduction to the Hardware Hipsters

A little something about the Hardware Hipster duo, Jessica and David, and what they are about. Door hardware, IPA and geeking out over door...
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The MVP Single-Component Unit Offers a Better Way to Dispense Adhesives and Sealants

Magnus Venus Products (MVP) is proud to announce a new product to their Adhesive and Putty Line: The Single-Component Unit. The Single-Component Unit is...