International office furniture publications
The largest diffusion magazine in the luxury & design world- The Global Design Carrier in Interior, Furniture, Luxury and Design world reaches, with 7 issues per year, 28 Main Markets and 37 International Events
United Kingdom Interior Design Today is Britain's longest established magazine for professional interior designers.
India A quarterly magazine dedicated to the Building Construction Industry. The magazine covers the new concepts in the architecture of New and old projects.
USA High Performing Buildings describes measured performance of practices and technologies to promote better buildings, presenting case studies that feature integrated building design practices and improved operations and maintenance techniques.
USA Metropolis is a national trade magazine for architects and designers that attracts a wide audience. It examines contemporary life through design—architecture, interior design, product design, graphic design, social responsibility, planning, and preservation. Subjects range from the sprawling urban environment to intimate living spaces to the objects we use every day.
Germany uncube is a new digital magazine for architecture and beyond.
UK InDesign Magazine is a bimonthly periodical devoted entirely to Adobe InDesign and to the thriving community of InDesign professionals. With editorial direction by page-layout guru and author David Blatner and CreativePro.com editor in chief Terri Stone, InDesign Magazine brings you the in-depth features, reviews, and tutorials you need to master Adobe InDesign.
Italy The magazine of interiors and contemporary design. Interni Magazine is an indispensable tool for orientation in the world of interiors and product design.
London The Architects' Journal is the voice of architecture in Britain. We sit at the heart of the debate about British architecture and British cities, and form opinions across the whole construction industry on design-related matters.
USA The leading magazine for building owners and facility managers in commercial and institutional buildings.