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The exhibition-going experience is markedly different than it was six months ago due to COVID-19, but these institutions are adapting so that design lovers can visit their spaces.
Does the travel industry need to hit the reset button? How can hotels serve locals as well as tourists? Will the middle-market disappear? We discussed post-pandemic hospitality during our third …
Join leaders from De Bijenkorf, Specific Generic and Liganova to discuss whether shops can be safe spaces.
Early data shows that consumers are more intent on supporting independents going forward, but are increasingly skeptical of shopping malls.
London – Yet to even open its doors, new co-working start-up ARC Club in London has had to rethink its strategy for after lockdown has lifted.
On 4 June, join GG-loop, Bureau SLA and Cutwork on Zoom to discuss the ultimate integration of work, health and home.
How will the COVID-19 crisis impact work? Will we still need a physical office or will WFH become the norm? We discussed the subject at length during our second #FrameLive session.
Berlin – Martin Binder and Claudio Rimmele developed Rimbim, a concept for an infection-free playground that provokes change in how the recreational spaces are conceived.
Beijing – Noodles for one, please. DTZW designed Beijing’s 23-Seat Restaurant as an ‘inclusive dining environment for the solitary eater’.
Join Concrete, Baranowitz + Kronenberg and House of Caro to discuss the roadblocks and challenges lying ahead for hospitality design.
San Francisco – Before the pandemic, the SaaS company – enjoying considerable success in spite of the times – tasked Studio O+A with a second workspace project.
Xi’an – X+Living challenges traditional theatre design with Xi’an’s FAB Cinema, opened just before China shuttered venues across the country on 24 January. The strategy may …
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