Articles tagged Health

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Best Of: antibacterial surfaces for pandemic-proof spaces

Technically advanced product options from Caimi Brevetti, Cleaf, Fiandre and more offer one means of boosting hygiene and safety. 

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Designers create phygital interiors to upend the traditional spa experience in China

Danyang, China – For Jiyu Spa, Shanghai Hip-Pop Design Team took an abstract yet fully sensorial – and award-winning – approach to the meditation and spa experience.

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How COVID-19 could impact workplace design: from open plan to open air

Why brands need to create workspaces that improve, rather than simply protect, employee health. 

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Best Of: sanitary and hygienic design products for health-focused spaces

COVID-19 heightens our attention to the need for spaces designed with wellness in mind. We gathered eight products that can help in creating them.

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The kicker with this luxury health club in London? It’s family friendly

London – Third Space Islington, devised by Universal Design Studio, is the first of the company’s clubs to offer a dedicated area for children.

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Want your office to be as convivial as a town square? Then design it like one

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. 

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This Beijing gym addresses the need for user-unique training paths

Beijing – For M-Fit, Ramoprimo designed a two-storey space that allows exercisers to creatively choose their own circuits.

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Immersive spaces can help you work out harder, shows these Denver climbing studios

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 …

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We’ve finally found the perfect chair for people who work from home

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. 

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This Vancouver facial bar looks nothing like your regular dermatologist’s office

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.

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There is no such thing as too Instagrammable, says Frame Awards jury Joe Cheng

Hong Kong – In this interview, Frame Awards 2020 jury member Joe Cheng sheds some light on the breakneck evolution of the Chinese hospitality market.

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A sports equipment store inspired by Jeff Koons does some heavy lifting

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?

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