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Car brands like Toyota are innovating the way interiors relate to their audience in more intimate and emotive ways.
New York City – The New York-based architect explains how the hospitality industry can use design to become more resilient.
Unable to host their usual end-of-year finales, art and design schools have invented new and challenging forms of digital exhibition space.
The pandemic has changed retailers’ outlook on a range of technologies – from ‘nice to have’ to ‘need to have’.
The pandemic has accelerated the adoption of technologies that will bring the experience of TV and live sports audiences closer, to the benefit of both.
Pedestrianizing urban centres doesn’t go far enough – we need to create green corridors that make cities livable for both people and wildlife.
Many urbanists hope that temporary solutions for widening sidewalks will translate into a permanent revival of street life.
Consumer desire for convenience means that store facades will remain central to product discovery and purchasing post-pandemic.
The pandemic has underlined how access to personal outdoor space is central to creating truly livable urban homes.
Putting vertical farms front of house offers brands manifold benefits, providing transparency of production alongside a significant sustainability advantage.
As the pandemic recasts the way many feel about their cities, we explore how urban design can bring more of our indoor life out into the open.
Our #FrameLive panel discussed why the media has to promote new role models, the power of BAME entrepreneurship and the need to make more noise with Bhavin Taylor and Stephen Burks.
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