Articles tagged Axis Mundi

Obaltan Seoul Forest Park Store by INTOEX in Seoul, South Korea. Photo: Studio Off / Yongjoon Choi
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Hospitality noir: these moody, ambient food-and-drink interiors go the anti-Instagram route

In our current issue, we look at how hospitality spaces are starting to reference the enigmatic atmosphere of clandestine environments.

The Mix Land by Xianxiang Design in Hangzhou, China. Photo: Wang Minjie
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The Fourth Industrial Revolution is changing the aesthetic of retail interiors – here’s how

Immersive retail spaces are starting to reference the bleeding edge of advanced scientific research and automation. We shared examples in our Frame 133 issue.

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One day, we'll celebrate the ability to journey freely again. These hospitality spaces embody that spirit

In Frame 132, we examined how transport-adjacent hospitality spaces are starting to reference the golden age of American travel.

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Sino-Surrealism: why the Chinese hospitality industry is opting for otherworldly interiors

In Frame 131, we looked at why the Chinese hospitality industry is adopting increasingly surreal aesthetic and spatial dynamics.

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How is the wellness industry impacting the design of clinical spaces?

In our Frame 130 issue, Axis Mundi examines the impact a more holistic attitude to health will leave on these spaces.

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