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Consumer desire for convenience means that store facades will remain central to product discovery and purchasing post-pandemic.
Now that many employees have more liberty than ever to decide where they want to work, neighbourhood co-working spots are coming into the spotlight.
Developed in response to the pandemic and the myriad ways in which it has changed our lives, four projects address our need for sociality and sustainability.
The pandemic has underlined how access to personal outdoor space is central to creating truly livable urban homes.
As the pandemic recasts the way many feel about their cities, we explore how urban design can bring more of our indoor life out into the open.
As stores begin to reopen in some areas and remain shuttered (or have been reshuttered) in others, we hear three different perspectives on retail’s recovery.
Ergonomic designs from Vitra, Pedrali, Montana and more invite at-home workers to think about a more intentional office space.
How can spatial design help sectors survive and thrive through the pandemic? It's a question we set out to find an answer to in our July/August 2020 issue.
Here are twelve products that will help you freshen up the look and maximize the functionality of your personal outdoor space.
Inspired by the pufferfish, Fred Erik’s Sufficient Space suits warns the wearer’s bystanders with an acoustic signal when they come too close.
Layer’s Benjamin Hubert and Seymourpowell’s Richard Seale discuss how COVID-19 will impact the design of private and shared mobility.
In an independent research report compiled by Pallavi Dean’s Dubai-based studio Roar, seven experts weigh in on short- and long-term design solutions for COVID-proofing schools.
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