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These seating options from Andreu World, Vitra, Normann Copenhagen and more can help give a new look to reopened dining interiors.
Here are four houses from Amsterdam to Tokyo that use spatial design to help different generations live together long term.
Tokyo – Our Multi-Brand Store of the Year, Tokyo’s Kashiyama Daikanyama, gives consumers a balance of ‘gallery-like’ retail and ‘glitzy’ hospitality spaces.
Tokyo – Nendo’s Stairway House in Japan highlights how one spatial element can act as a literal and metaphorical bridge between generations.
Bangkok – The Nendo-designed retail complex Siam Discovery: The Exploratorium gets a creative add-on to appeal to consumers desiring exclusive products and experiences.
Tokyo – Japanese firm Nendo designs glass partitions with binary-code graphics for a Tokyo-based office.
Tokyo – In the 11-storey Yokohama Ekimae Building in Tokyo, nendo integrates a series of terraces that can turn into biophillic private rooms.
Kuwait City – An amphitheatre-like seating system inside % Arabica Abu Al Hasaniya gives visitors an open view outdoors and a chance to socialize with other coffee-drinkers.
Milan – From lunar tributes to design sins, here is our list of installations and exhibitions to add to your must-visit list during this year’s Milan Design Week.
MILAN – Showing a collection is no longer enough – an emotional response must be provoked. Frame looks back at the most meaningful experiences of the week.
Milan – In just a few days, the entire design world will be attending and contributing to the vibrant city-wide phenomenon. With so much to do and see, don’t miss our editors’ …
TRENDS – Frame investigates the ways that contemporary sanitaryware is incorporating the role of nature and the outdoors in our health and wellbeing.
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