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NeoCon 2019 Preview: 28 New Products from Our NeoCon SELECT Partners

Visit Interior Design NeoCon SELECT partner showrooms to discover spot-on design for 2019. 

Hula by Andreu World, showroom 10-132. 
Status table by Andreu World, showroom 10-132. 
Nomad Collection by Arc|Com, showroom 1194. 
Mad4Plaid Collection by Arc|Com, showroom 1194.
Uptown Social by Arcadia, showroom 340. 
Uptown Social by Arcadia, showroom 340.
Ultra Series by Architex, showroom 11-117. 
Rx Privacy Curtains by Architex, showroom 11-117.
The Sorted Collection by Bentley Mills, showroom 1098. 
Square Peg by Bentley Mills, showroom 1098. 
BuzziBracks by BuzziSpace, showroom 10-111. 
BuzziDome by BuzziSpace, showroom 10-111.
Evo by Davis Furniture, showroom 3-115. 
Inform by Davis Furniture, showroom 3-115.
Folded Paper by EF Contract, showroom 1167. 
Hado Lounge by Encore, showroom 336. 
Faction by Encore, showroom 336.
Drift by Global Furniture Group, showroom 1035. 
Factor by Global Furniture Group, showroom 1035.
Summa by Humanscale, showroom 351. 
Nova by Humanscale, showroom 351.
Look Both Ways Collection by Interface, showroom 10-134. 
Vintage Industrial Collection by J+J Flooring, showroom 10-118. 
Knot by Janus et Cie, showrooms 310A and 1420. 
Rio by Janus et Cie, showrooms 310A and 1420.
Buncha Chair by Keilhauer, showroom 373.
Stact by Keilhauer, showroom 373.
Mixed Monolith Collection by Mannington Collection, showroom 1039. 
Material Bank by Material Bank, showroom 113. 
Relaxing Floors by Mohawk Group, showroom 377. 
Architectural Textures Collection by Momentum, showroom 11-106. 
Alev™ by Nucraft, showroom 1166.
MYNE™ Meeting by Nucraft, showroom 1166.
Vectra by SitOnIt Seating + IDEON, showroom 1150.
Cameo by SitOnIt Seating + IDEON, showroom 1150.
iD Mixonomi by Tarkett, showroom 380.
Emote by Teknion, showroom 1048.
Sprout by Teknion, showroom 1048.
Teknoflor Forest Plank HPD by Teknoflor, showroom 7-7112. 
Teknoflor Nature’s Tile by Teknoflor, showroom 7-7112. 
Thea by Versteel, showroom 1093.
Sky by Versteel, showroom 1093.
Jumper by VS America, showroom 1167. 
Crosswalk by Wolf-Gordon, showroom 10-161. 

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10 Things Not to Miss at NeoCon 2019

With more than 500 exhibitors from around the globe, NeoCon 2019(June 10-12) at Chicago’s theMART will present the newest and most innovative products and concepts in the commercial interior design industry, along with educational seminars and exciting events. Here are our picks for 10 things not to miss this year.

1. HiP Awards: Interior Design’s 6th annual HiP Awards ceremony, honoring industry people and innovative products, will take place Sunday, June 9 at 4:30pm at Marshall’s Landing in theMART—with a party to follow. Purchase tickets here.

2. The NeoCon Plaza: This outdoor space inspired by the idea of “The Urban Boardwalk” will debut this year at NeoCon as a new amenity for exhibitors and attendees. Spanning the length of the MART’s South Drive, NeoCon Plaza it’s designed as a collaborative gathering spot offering views of the Chicago River, Riverwalk and the city’s skyline. It will also be the site of product introductions and programming throughout NeoCon.

3. Material Bank Pop-up: Experience the design library of the future within this debut pop-up Material Bank showcase on the 1st floor of theMART. Suite 103.

4. Daily Keynotes: Gain insight into the ever-changing world of design at three keynotes in the NeoCon Theater: “The Familiar and Unusual: An Investigation of Balance and Experience in Design” by Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch, founders of New York-based Roman and Williams Buildings and Interiors (June 10 at 8:00am); “Stuff Matters: The Material World We Make” by Ilse Crawford, creative director and founder of London-based Studioilse (June 11 at 8:00am); and “Do No Harm: The Role of Design in Complicated Times” by Liz Ogbu, founder and principal of New York-based Studio O (June 12 at 11:00am).

5. Living Products Showcase: Tickets ($10, register here) are still available for this Tour of NeoCon’s Healthy and Sustainable Products designed to meet the Living Product Challenge. It will be led by a guide from the International Living Future Institute from 2:30pm-4:00pm on June 11.

6. ID Live: Join Interior Design Editor in Chief Cindy Allen as she chats with designers during two sessions of ID Live on the Grand Staricase at theMART. At 1:00pm on June 10, Cindy will be joined by Heather Bush from Carnegie, Erwan Bouroullec from Skyline Design, and Patricia Urquiola from Haworth; at 1:30 her guests will be Don Chadwick from Humanscale, Ed Barber ad Jay Osgerby from Vitra, and Alain Gilles from BuzziSpace; and at 2:00pm, she will chat with Martin Lesjak and Asastaia Su from Mohawk Group, Guilherme Wentz from Sossego, Aliki van der Krujis from Wolf-Gordon, and Sebastian Salvado and Rios Clemente Hale from Janus et Cie. At 1:30pm on June 11, ID Live will feature Mary Holt and Chase Taylor from Carnegie, Nina Etnier and Brad Sherman of Float Studio for Tarkett, David Allan Pesso of JSI, Todd Heiser of Gensler and Byron Morton of theMART; at 2:00pm, Cindy’s guest will be Jessica Ahlerhing and Casey Keasler of Hightower along with several other designers.

7. The 7thFloor Exhibit Hall:  Visit to see new-to-NeoCon exhibitors that include Pedrali from Italy, Cascando from the Netherlands, and Luxxbox from Australia.

8. Interactive Activations: There will be plenty of installations and experiences to enjoy on every floor of theMART—from Herman Miller’s “All Together Now” (Floor 1, South Lobby) to Snowsound Quiet Zones (Floor 7, Pass-Through).

9. A Strong Hospitality Focus: In addition to two keynotes by executives from Roman & Williams and Studioilse—known for stellar hospitality projects around the globe—NeoCon 2019 will feature more than 300 exhibitors showing hospitality-minded products, among them Andreu World, Sossego Design, Arper, Bentley, and Sunbrella Contract.

10. SANDOW Innovation Lab: Stop by the first-ever SANDOW Innovation Lab to experience several compelling, industry-leading events in this multiuse space: lectures, roundtables, and product demonstrations.

> Check out Interior Design’s Annual Guide to NeoCon 2019

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Valerio Dewalt Train Blends Virtual and Natural Worlds for YouTube Headquarters Lobby

PROJECT NAME YouTube HQ Lobby
LOCATION San Bruno, California
FIRM Valerio Dewalt Train Associates
SQ. FT. 5,000 SQF

When YouTube took over the former Gap headquarters in San Bruno, California, it knew the 5,000-square-foot lobby required a refresh. The space needed to be welcoming, adaptable, and a versatile showcase not just for the brand, but also the work of YouTube’s 2 billion users.

Enter the team at Valerio Dewalt Train, who reduced the double-height atrium to its metallic structure illuminated by a full-length skylight. A green wall and stacked benches on the north side offer room to socialize. But the heart of the project is a digital wall. “It leverages a massive low-resolution screen into the wall construction,” says the firm’s principal Bill Turner, “creating an abstract dynamic backdrop to the space.”

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The LEDs are embedded directly into Camira’s Gravity acoustic fabric. Photography by Mariko Reed.

There are 35,000 LEDs embedded around the displays, which are activated when users approach medallions on the floor beneath ceiling sensors. “They embody YouTube’s core principals while fostering a sense of discovery,” says studio director for media objectives Crystal Adams. Or, in other words, to click and play.

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A social area gathers chairs by Muuto and Andreu World around Schiavello tables, with custom banquettes upholstered in Rivet by Camira. Photography by Mariko Reed.
Corral poufs sit before a green wall by GSky. Photography by Mariko Reed.
Herman Miller’s Spun chairs rest upon floors of polished concrete and ash. Photography by Mariko Reed.
The reception desk is Russian Birch plywood with steel powder-coated in a glossy black and frosted Plexiglass. Photography by Mariko Reed.
Medallions are painted and sealed into the concrete finish. Photography by Mariko Reed.

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