Materials

The ‘living wall’ biofilter turns ten years old

The living wall biofilter, a Canadian invention that improves air quality and reduces energy costs, turns a decade old this spring. The … More

Escher-like tulipwood structure makes a mark for Milan design fair

A collaboration between American Hardwood Exports Council (AHEC) and architecture studio dRMM presents ‘Scale Infinite’, a tulipwood structure that attracted significant attention … More

Architect turns to gold for eye-catching design

Architect Salim Hussain explains how he turned to gold to ensure an eye-catching design. I faced a number of challenges when designing … More

From beginning to thread

This month, the interior designer turned rug-making prodigy Karen Michelle Evans revealed her secrets to scaling imaginative designs to actual carpet sizes … More

Wall cover and flooring suppliers you should know

This past month, Commercial Interior Design had the opportunity to visit the prominent tiles fair Cevisama in Valencia, Spain. With the rise … More

Wooden house built in just two days

A wooden cabin designed by an architect and photographer  was built by Hungarian studio T2.a Architects in just two days in a … More

Palm Potential

A pioneering project is looking to recreate the desert design technology of past millennia by using palm tree leaves as building materials. … More

Summer 2013′s coolest houses

Whether it’s capturing the rays of the sun or mirroring a spectacular landscape this summer has seen some stunning designs when it … More

New on the market

Sweet tooth

The Big Art Company creates a wall finish for Vivel Patisserie Boutique using a Marmorino plaster effect tinted with the colours of … More

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