Interior Design Software Market Demand, Rising Trends and Technology Advancements 2020 to 2025

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Sep 08, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
The Global Interior Design Software Market Research Report 2020-2025 offers an in-depth evaluation of each crucial aspect of the Global Interior Design Software industry that relates to market size, share, revenue, demand, sales volume, and development in the market. The report analyzes the Interior Design Software market over the values, historical pricing structure, and volume trends that make it easy to predict growth momentum and precisely estimate forthcoming opportunities in the Interior Design Software Market. The report explores the current

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Hines College Students Win AIA Houston Design Award for Third Ward “Libromat”

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UHCOAD award-winning “Libromat” (renders by Jing Ye)

The University of Houston Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design was represented again among this year’s 2020 American Institute of Architects (AIA) Houston Chapter Annual Design Awards, with students recognized alongside alumni and College faculty. The prestigious awards highlight design excellence throughout the country’s fourth largest city in the areas of architecture, residential architecture, interior architecture, restoration/renovation, and urban design. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the awards were held virtually.

The College’s spring 2020 semester 3501 Interior Architecture Design Studio won an award for its Libromat, a combination

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Orange Coast College’s $113-million Student Union, College Center near completion

Orange Coast College has been a relative ghost town since students transitioned to distance learning in March during the coronavirus pandemic, but for work crews, planners and designers the past few months have been busier than ever.

And that work is beginning to bear fruit as officials with Orange Coast — still mainly closed as online instruction continues through the fall — announce the completion of several major building projects on the Costa Mesa campus that have been in the pipeline for more than a decade.

Without the usual fanfare of a ribbon-cutting ceremony and public unveiling, work wrapped up

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The home front: Virus stalks nurses after they leave work

FULLERTON, Calif. — There’s red tape running along the floor of the coronavirus unit at St. Jude’s Medical Center.

It’s a clear line of demarcation. On one side, the cold zone, where only a surgical mask, scrubs and shoe coverings are necessary. On the other, the warm zone, where the gloves come on. And the N95 mask. And the gown. And the hairnet. And the face shield.

Another step through glass doors and it’s into the hot zone, where coughing patients in green-patterned gowns await.

It’s outside this unit, in an area not marked by red tape or glass doors,

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It is all about the toppings

Graphene: It is all about the toppings
Indium oxide on a graphene layer. Credit: Vienna University of Technology

Graphene consists of a single layer of carbon atoms. Exceptional electronic, thermal, mechanical, and optical properties have made graphene one of the most studied materials at the moment. For many applications in electronics and energy technology, however, graphene must be combined with other materials. Since graphene is so thin, its properties drastically change when other materials are brought into direct contact with it.


However, combining graphene with other materials at the molecular level is difficult. The way graphene interacts with other materials depends not only on which material you

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