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Maastricht, the Netherlands – Attached to The Student Hotel, restaurant The Commons is designed for functional fluidity and the changing nature of work and travel.
Montreal – In today’s fast-paced world of flexible design, David Chipperfield makes online retailer Ssense commit to concrete and stainless steel.
BILLUND, DENMARK – BIG’s Lego House translates the language of Lego bricks to full scale building.
Blackburn, England – Where’s the rainbow, Liz West? The artist known for her work with light and colour creates an installation with an optical illusion that invites exchange.
Five designers answer the Frame 119 Challenge with designs to de-stress: Allison Crank turns VR into virtual recovery.
Montreal – ACDF Architecture delivers a space saturated with context and culture, but is the hyper-local hospitality trend actually important to the visitor experience?
Five interiors show the direction of hair salons as the spatial expression of the luxury end of the service economy.
New York City – Typically penthouse-only perks are democratized in 100 Norfolk as ODA turns a limitation into a USP and architectural convention on its head.
NAGOYA, Japan – Designed by Archicept City, Toyota’s Drive to Go concept plays to the growing experience economy and removes investment barriers to adventures on the road.
ZURICH – Celebrating 25 years of partnership with Art Basel, UBS presents an exhibition of work by 94-year-old Carlos Cruz-Diez in the UBS Lounge.
Five designers answer the Frame 119 Challenge with designs to de-stress: Carolien Niebling suggests all-natural chewables to release tension.
Ghent, Belgium – Didier Faustino transforms a turn-of-the-century building into a lounge for intellectual dialogue and spatial sensuality.
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