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In addition to the classic “Philly” moniker and being known as the city of brotherly love, “Cellicon Valley” is emerging as a popular nickname for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with many new genetic research firms establishing labs within the metropolis. Amicus Therapeutics, a biotechnology company that specializes in researching medications for rare metabolic diseases, recently opened their Global Research and Gene Therapy Center of Excellence in West Philadelphia’s University City neighborhood. Located near distinguished universities and hospitals, Amicus recruited CRB USA, an architecture, engineering, and construction firm dedicated to creating advanced science and technology facilities, to design a state-of-the-art office and laboratory.Encompassing a total of 75,000 square feet, CRB devised an inviting, open space that celebrates the researchers and lab technicians by design. Scientists—often cooped up in artificially lit windowless labs—work surrounded…
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Don’t Miss Out on Interior Design’s Next Virtual re:Source

What's better than engaging in an afternoon of lively conversations with colleagues, new and old, from the comfort of your home? Interior Design's next virtual re:Source event on November 18 from 2-5:30PM ET enables designers and manufacturers to do exactly that, easing the specification process with targeted one-on-one discussions. Through a series of virtual 17-minute meetings with top manufacturers, designers will have the opportunity to learn about new products for commercial and residential projects alike while connecting with industry creatives from across the country. "I had a fantastic time digitally engaging with new and familiar brands, as well as interacting with other designers," says Emilee Olson, a designer at CO Architects. "This event was really nice in a time where simple face-to-face interaction is limited." All re:Source attendees will also…
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Adrian Sassoon at the London House of Modernity Exhibition

There is a unique duality of styles in the Palladian style mansion at 14 Cavendish Square, where Swedish furniture gallery Modernity’s London showroom is located. One of two mansions built in 1770 on both sides of Dean's Mews in Mayfair, the five-story building reflects its dramatic proportions and classical traits on its Portland stone façade. However, what inspired the gallery to join forces with the city’s other design powerhouse Adrian Sassoon was its transformation to a Modernist architecture on its backside, which was rebuilt in 1950s following a World War II bombing. “The historically-charged interior with elaborate features suddenly changes into a minimalist environment with many curatorial opportunities,” says Modernity’s director Andrew Duncanson to Interior Design. Adrian Sassoon at the London House of Modernity is an exhibition of art, design…
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Bikoff Puts a Worldly Spin on Mosaic Tiles for New Ravenna

Interior designer Sasha Bikoff puts a fresh spin on a Eurocentric tile tradition, channeling American history and culture with The New World. The collection for New Ravenna includes Atlas Maior, a mosaic tile interpretation of a 17th-century map by Dutch cartographer Joan Blaeu. Measuring 44 by 80 inches, the composition is animated with sea serpents, galleons, and dolphins ducking and diving. A honed finish applied to the 12 hand-nipped natural stones simulates the aging of an antique map. While the company was founded in 1960, its base town of Moixent, Spain has been home to craftsmen for centuries. Although it maintains the traditions and principles of painstaking and custom workmanship, Expormim also embraces technology and is adaptable to the changing needs of designers, leading them to collaborations with creative minds like Jaime Hayon. As the demand for…
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Expormim’s Rattan Indoor Seating Options Combine Traditional Craftsmanship with Modern Styles

The right material can make or break a design. Striking a balance between durability, personalization, and clean aesthetics is rattan: Not a wood, but a natural vine that’s sustainably grown and flexible to work with, making it perfect for unique and custom shapes. For more than half a century, one family business based in Spain has seen their craft-made rattan furniture become a part of residential and hospitality designs all over the world. Extraordinarily rich in different shades, fine yet durable, and strongly associated with Mediterranean traditions, rattan is part of—and akin to—Expormim’s reputation and legacy. The only company that still produces rattan in Europe, Expormim is celebrating their 60th year in business come November.
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