Color + Green
In a city as glitzy as Las Vegas, packed full of entertainment and hotels that vie for attention, it takes a lot for a project to garner attention. But that’s exactly what Las Vegas’ latest luxury show house accomplishes.
First highlighted in July 2019, the Joshua Tree House restoration was nearing completion, and initial bookings were expected to begin soon. It’s amazing what can happen in a year!
If you’re a fan of Mid-century design, chances are you probably have a love for Scandinavian design.
A growing law center helping advance the rights of low-income immigrants transforms into a serene sanctuary.
When it comes to products and services, phrases like “environmentally-friendly” and “sustainable” have been knocking at our collective consumer consciousness for years but, perhaps today more than ever, companies and governments are embracing these values as guiding principles in their work.
As we steadily move forward through this New Year and re-examine our 2020 color + design trends forecast, here are five color and design styles that are most certainly leading the way.
We celebrate Earth Day every year on April 22nd. In fact, Dunn-Edwards will be participating in a number of local Earth Day festivities all around the west
After an extensive three-year renovation project a 19th-century former prison has been turned into Hotel Liberty – a contemporary retreat in the German city of Offenburg. Originally conceived by the German architect Heinrich Hübsch in 1840 and completed in 1845, the structure served as a jail for the city until 2009.
This hotel comprises a series of artistically transformed quasi-historic buildings from the 1950’s.
"Social Architecture" is the conscious designing of physical space to optimize human interaction and connect to its surroundings. This notion is explored in our next Color and Design Trend, "Folk Heritage." Designers who utilize this trend feature local materials throughout the interiors and embrace urban agriculture, sustainability and reuse.