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Chengdu – Taking advantage of a picturesque location, Muda-Architects built Garden Hotpot Restaurant, a hospitality experience to rule them all.
Harbin, China – Created by HMA Architects & Designers, the new (and immense) M.I. Bookstore in Harbin provides private biophilic nooks for its bibliophilic visitors.
Tokyo – In the 11-storey Yokohama Ekimae Building in Tokyo, nendo integrates a series of terraces that can turn into biophillic private rooms.
Beijing – Nota Architects worked on Seesaw Coffee, a café in a bustling mall that provides a much-needed urban green space, indoors.
The rooms of the of Joolz´s office and showroom in Amsterdam, designed by Space Encounters, are divided by a living, breathing rainforest.
Manila – In Manila, the Danish design studio used biophilic design and colour psychology to create a dining oasis near a shopping mall.
New York City – Alda Ly Architecture’s interiors for Parsley Health’s first flagship in New York City represent the ethical shift happening in America’s healthcare system.
Brussels – Stijn Geeraets, co-founder of Antwerp-based Fosbury & Sons, explains how the company’s newest co-working location enables work to look and feel good.
Seattle – Graham Baba Architects set out to give life to a dark, imposing space by creating a technical and organic design for Amazon’s Understory.
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