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As the home becomes the focal point for consumers’ daily lives, furniture brands are figuring out how to help them feel more in control of their environment.
The current emphasis on at-home exercise is transforming not just how keep fit, but also how (and where) we take part in competitive sport.
At a time when keeping apart has never been more important, the hospitality sector is finding new ways engage, entertain and encourage communities.
As restrictions on travel force the trade show circuit to go digital, we unpack three success stories.
Slowing down store openings, the fast-fashion brand will invest in making their current footprint more useful to a consumer base that increasingly shops online.
Vienna – IKEA's coming location in Vienna's city centre will be a car-free zone, reflecting the city's longterm goal to reduce car-travel and the company's move toward circularity.
In partnership with developer True North Studio, the American gaming brand plans to build eight hotels across the US.
New York City – Nordstrom opens a seven-storey venue in New York's Central Park Tower, bringing fashion-adjacent amenities to the forefront of its latest business strategy.
Data suggests the new era of co-workers value flexibility and speed to market, over the amenities and aesthetics normally championed by WeWork.
Projects by Space10 and UNStudio show how user-owned data networks can support the creation of innovative and highly adaptive habitation.
Minecraft Earth's augmented reality technology has obvious applications in helping to visualize and adapt design plans in situ.
New York City – In NYC, Museum of Ice Cream plans to open a permanent location and retailer House of Showfields merges art museum, theatre and product showcase. Both show that …
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