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London – Third Space Islington, devised by Universal Design Studio, is the first of the company’s clubs to offer a dedicated area for children.
New Jersey – Brent Capron and Joan Blumenfeld of Perkins and Will explain how social spaces can form part of an integrated approach to workplace wellness.
Beijing – For M-Fit, Ramoprimo designed a two-storey space that allows exercisers to creatively choose their own circuits.
Denver – Experiential design studio Cactus developed an interactive lighting system for two Rise Nation locations, giving way to a nightclub-like atmosphere for high intensity …
Copenhagen – Muuto’s new Doze lounge chair and ottoman are a living-room combo option. In reality, they could be a boon to remote workers with limited space at home.
Vancouver – Further example of the changing face of clinical spaces, Fig – advertised as the world’s first clean skincare bar – was designed by Scott & Scott Architects.
Hong Kong – In this interview, Frame Awards 2020 jury member Joe Cheng sheds some light on the breakneck evolution of the Chinese hospitality market.
Hangzhou – In Hangzhou, Sò Studio designed one of the most sensually alluring retail stores we’ve seen in a while. The client? Peu à Peu, a sports equipment brand. What?
Chengdu – In Chengdu, a Traditional Chinese Medicine clinic created by FAN Art and Design shows how a smart visual strategy can help attract millennials to the millenary.
Amsterdam – Studio Lonk presented an intriguing co-working space for senior citizens, meant for the generation currently four decades too young to use it.
New York City – Cactus unveils Lab100, the preventive clinic of the future – driven by AI. That being said, how can machine learning transform the patient experience?
Kiev – At the new Kiev offices of Grammarly, a tech company, Balbek Bureau included a series of surprising upgrades – namely, some nap stations.
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