Introducing In Edition: the Blog About the Magazine

Jan. 7, 2015

Continuing coverage on our monthly issue topics, because all the news that's fit to print has a backstory—or one that's still unfolding.

Every time a new issue of Interiors & Sources goes to print, our editorial team is left with piles of notes and pages of transcripts that did not make the final cut. And it always seems that the perfect press releases with the best news updates hit our desks right after we’ve wrapped up our articles and moved on to the next. A journalist’s job is never done, it seems, because the story of our times is constantly unfolding.

That’s why we’re launching In Edition, a new blog that puts the & in I&S, with continued coverage of the topics you’ll find in print each month. Stick around as we go in-depth, up-to-the-minute, and introduce new industry voices to the conversation along the way—and, as always, don’t forget to share your ongoing story with us here in the comments or @interiorssource. 

Our January issue kicks things off with a brand new theme: The Politics of Design. In print, we talked to designers about the cost of federal design-build competitions (“Courting a Government Project,” pg. 30), explored new data showing the impacts the Affordable Healthcare Act has had on our healthcare delivery system (“Affordable Healthcare Act: A Delicate Dance,” pg. 26), and began a journey around the country to see how legal recognition for interior designers is evolving (“Global Report Special Edition: 4 Hot-Button States for Design Legislation,” pg. 14).

There’s still a lot of ground to cover, so check back often as we go state-by-state throughout the month of January to bring you more news where politics and design meet. Share news from your state with us on Twitter @interiorssource #IDregulation.

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