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resources Debris made beautiful, these stunning, ceramic field tiles, trims, moldings, and accent pieces are made using more than 60 percent recycled materials, including glass, abrasives, and granite dust. The collection is available in 112 lead-free glazes, featuring vivid finishes and colors such as Aztec rose and Cancun green. Reader Service No. 202 Urban Archaeology Blu Dot Giorgetti Lounge, rather hang, in comfort with the Toro Lounge from Blu Dot. This sturdy yet stylish saddle leather sling offers two unique color schemes: day (natural leather sling with whitestained, solid beech frame) or night (black-tanned leather sling with black-stained, solid beech frame). Reader Service No. 203 So angles take center stage in the practical and stylish Arabella armchair. Rather than creating a chair that forces the sitter to conform to its shape, this chair does just the opposite by molding to the shape of the sitter. Designer Carlo Giorgetti’s inspiration was the corset, a concept reflected by the materials used in the chair’s construction. Reader Service No. 204 Carnegie Fabrics Forget the races. Carnegie has got the Inside Track. The new upholste collection is inspired by Manhattan’s High Line Park and the transformation of unused railroads into beautiful and functional pieces of art. The fabrics present the unique contrast between nature and indust , offering five durable fabric patterns (Pullman shown) in 44 colorways. Reader Service No. 205 26 contract october 2010

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Contract - October 2010

Contract - October 2010
Editor's Note
Focus: What's Next
Focus: A New Conversation
Materials: Cork and Circumstances
Green: Net Zero
Practice: The Office That Never Closes
Splashy and Sustainable
The Art of Healthcare Design
Best Foot Forward
Harmonious and Healthy
Of Sea and Stone
Live Long and Prosper
Trends: From Illness Care to Wellness Care
Process: On the Front Line
Designers Rate
Ad Index

Contract - October 2010