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Made in America: Coming Soon to MarketScale

Some things truly must be seen to be believed. Often though, what it takes to make those items is actually more jaw-dropping. Every day in the United States, people go...
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What Can Art Do For Airports?

Airports have long suffered from a reputation of stress and anger among travelers. This is mostly tied to long lines, crammed spaces and steep prices. However, interactive experiences including...
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Window Shades Create More Comfortable and Productive Workplaces

Summertime is primetime for the construction industry, but those summer temperatures and bright sunlight serve as visible reminders for how important solar control products are for buildings and their...
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Metrocon 2019: Setting a Standard for Building Health and Wellness

 Increasingly, buildings have adapted to the personalities of the businesses that inhabit them. Flexibility in the workplace has changed corporate functionality, but also brought about new challenges. Not only are...

Element Sessions: Which interzum 2019 Trends Will Head Across the Pond?

There is always a new interior design trend around the corner. Some designs last through the ages, while others fade away as fads; today we explore the ones that...

The Case for Maximalism in Home Design

Minimalism in home design has been all the rage for decades, and there’s no dearth of home renovation cable TV shows encouraging a simplistic lifestyle. But on this week’s...

From Dirt to Dishes in Record Time

When a restaurant group or retail chain wants to build a series of new locations, how do they go about securing the properties and completing the construction? There are...
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Metrocon 2019: Quality Lighting Design Makes for Better Employees

 Lighting control has come a long way over the years. While many still associate the term ‘control’ with the ability to dim fixtures to a custom level, the industry...
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Metrocon 2019: The Design Behind Privacy

Architects and designers can play a large role in the functionality and workflow of an office. In today’s environment of co-working, open floor plans and remote work, no two...

The One Thing You Need to Know Before Remodeling a Kitchen or Bath

Kitchens and bathrooms have long held a public appeal for their innate cleanliness, crispness, and sense of order. But more than that, these spaces are where we live our...
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Can Social Media Redesign Global Cities?

Europe was devastated by World War II with large sections of cities completely destroyed. Soon after the conflict ended it was time to rebuild. The most popular material quickly...

What Architecture Firms Are Looking For in Young Employees

Millions of careers will start in the United States this summer. With one of the tightest labor markets in history though, it can be tough just to get a...
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Element Sessions: Answering the Age-Old Question of What is Contemporary Design

How do you nail down the definition of contemporary? Ask an expert like Suzanne DeRusha, president of Suzanne Kimberly Design. In this episode of Element Sessions, an Element Designs...
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Element Sessions: Software is Transforming Every Step of Design for the Better

Technology has changed the way products work and look, but what is often overlooked is the technology that puts these products in front of a buying audience. For the woodworking,...

Spice Up Your Kitchen With These Kitchen Island Trends

The kitchen is where food and memories are made. Having extra counter space is always a plus, which is why so many kitchens feature an island. If you’ve been...
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The Fourth Revolution: Is Industry 4.0 Changing Manufacturers’ Skill Sets for the Better?

In this episode of The Fourth Revolution by Bartell, Pettibone President and CEO Barbara Philibert went into detail on that, when it comes to Industry 4.0, the key to optimizing...
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MarketScale Mornings: What Bob Borson Says Every Young Architect Should Look For in a...

  Bob Borson has been an architect his entire adult life. He’s designed houses, commercial properties and everything in between. Today he is perhaps best known for building up the design...
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Walker Zanger – One Stop Shop

Walker Zanger is a rich source for both trade professionals and homeowners searching for the right design style for their vision. With 13 curated showrooms and slab galleries and...
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Marking Minute: How Vinyl Makes Physical Marketing Give Digital Marketing a Run for its...

Vinyl film is all around us. On benches, cars, vans, and more. Though we may not notice these wraps, they play a massive part in the marketing industry. Here...
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Inside the Trends that will Define Commercial Design in 2019

NeoCon 2019 offered a sneak peek at some of the latest commercial design trends and what leading brands are offering in their latest collections. Author and thought leader Rex Miller...
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The Discussion on Sustainable Materials Is Shifting (Slowly But Surely)

Over time, consumers become more familiar with the vast options for high-quality, sustainable building materials, but how is the conversation coming along on an industry-wide level? On this episode...
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Behind the Scenes at NeoCon 2019

NeoCon 2019 is officially in the books. Between the educational sessions, speaker opportunities and company exhibits, there was plenty to take in and to be encouraged by in the...
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Box Design Competition at HD Expo Inspires the Room of the Future

Back for a second year at HD Expo was the Box Design Competition. This event pitted 12 of the most influential design firms in the world against each other...
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Building a Better Bond: The Power of a Chaplaincy Program for a Faith-based Company

Many companies are designed with values and virtues in mind. Fibrebond, a leader in the manufacturing of mission critical structures, is no different, considering itself built on a firm...
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NN Inc. Job Opportunity: Learning From the Very Best as a Tool Maker Apprentice

All areas of manufacturing are feeling the same strain. With an aging workforce and younger generations moving away from these types of jobs, there is a looming labor shortage...