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In the first of our Zoom workshops for the Frame x Orgatec design challenge, Soft Bodies explored the role of materiality in virtual space.
Toronto – Once the most hotly anticipated urban development in the world, how should we reflect on Sidewalk Labs’ failure to realize a ‘smart’ future for Toronto with its …
Traffic-management systems will make queuing a formalized part of the shopping process, reviving the store façade as a vital touchpoint once more.
Why brands need to create workspaces that improve, rather than simply protect, employee health.
Reducing density in offices alone won’t be enough: buildings, furniture and people will need to learn how to move in harmony.
While sharing tables and crowded lobbies are out, refocusing on the solo economy and the in-room offer can keep guests booking.
Forced to develop delivery versions of their brands – and media strategies to bring them to life – hospitality business will emerge from the crisis with a more fluid idea of what they offer.
Why brands should develop a post-ownership mindset that repositions them as a partner to customers, rather than producer.
Why brands should be thinking digital first when it comes to the way they create their products and curate their talent.
With the industry’s key channels silenced and consumer behaviour destined to evolve post-lockdown, we set out our tactics for future relevance.
History has already shown us quite how drastic an effect disease can have on spatial design. COVID-19 will undoubtedly impact how we create space.
The current crisis will likely renew interest in automated retail technologies that minimize interaction and maximize inventory management.
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