Read INTERIOR DESIGN’s New “Best in Design” Book 2023

Featuring unique design stories and projects from some of the most influential design-thinkers, INTERIOR DESIGN unveils the 2023 “Best in Design” book. The book is organized into four chapters—Residential, Workplace, Hospitality, and Mix (a collection of cultural, institutional, commercial-residential developments, and more). Projects featured run the gamut from Best of Year winners and honorees to the work of many an INTERIOR DESIGN Hall of Famer. See Otto Studio’s high-concept hotel design based on Dante’s “Divine Comedy”; explore a Detroit headquarters with a mesmerizing spiral staircase and an installation made from an unlikely source; and don’t miss a closer look at the Bob Dylan Center, a museum honoring the life and work of the renowned musician.

Flip through the book to see the latest trends in architecture and interior design.

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