Articles tagged COVID-19 Crisis

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Museums are getting back in action. Here are seven design exhibitions now open around the world

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.

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Luxury will reach new extremes, and hoteliers shouldn’t run hotels, say #FrameLive panellists

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 …

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What’s in store for the future of retail? Join our upcoming #FrameLive post-pandemic design talk

Join leaders from De Bijenkorf, Specific Generic and Liganova to discuss whether shops can be safe spaces.

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Could the post-lockdown economy boost the local high street?

Early data shows that consumers are more intent on supporting independents going forward, but are increasingly skeptical of shopping malls.

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What will become of co-working when the coronavirus has taught us that ‘co’ can lead to ‘contamination’?

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.

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#FrameLive: watch our post-pandemic residential design talk – what does a full-service home look like?

On 4 June, join GG-loop, Bureau SLA and Cutwork on Zoom to discuss the ultimate integration of work, health and home.

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Post-pandemic workplaces will be decentralized, and empower employees, say #FrameLive panellists

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.

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Social distancing at the playground? Inventors come up with a way to keep children safe

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.

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Did these designers in Beijing predict a period of ‘social isolation’ dining lay ahead?

Beijing – Noodles for one, please. DTZW designed Beijing’s 23-Seat Restaurant as an ‘inclusive dining environment for the solitary eater’.

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#FrameLive: watch our post-pandemic hospitality design talk – can conviviality keep its distance?

Join Concrete, Baranowitz + Kronenberg and House of Caro to discuss the roadblocks and challenges lying ahead for hospitality design.

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How LiveRamp’s San Francisco headquarters usher in a new era for the growing tech company

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.

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Box offices are suffering because of COVID-19. How will the cinema adapt to the times?

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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