Articles tagged Spatial Design

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Japanese architect Toru Shimokawa demonstrates how biophilic design can benefit retail spaces

Hita, Japan – Toru Shimokawa’s Oharasando building in Hita, a multi-brand fashion flagship, is designed to harmonize with the outdoors.

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Four workspaces in the Netherlands built with a focus on sustainable, circular design

These Dutch office buildings are strong examples of environmentally ethical design philosophies literally at work. 

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Materials brands are starting to use their spaces to not just propose what they can do, but to prove it

Kiev – Kovalska is one of a number of businesses questioning the presentation-focused format. Rather than simply displaying their products, they’re fully integrating them into their …

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Turning street structures into art, Niiiz Design Lab refreshes Acmé De La Vie’s Seoul flagship

Seoul – The high-contrast Gangnam store’s main merchandising tool is an electric utility pole, installed beneath white-lit architectural models.

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Fixed space, flexible function: workers can adapt this office without moving anything around

Shizuoka, Japan – For Suzuyo’s head office, Shuhei Goto Architects didn’t create a space that changes to fulfil various functions, but a multiuse office landscape that can be …

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Workspace. Laboratory. Showroom. Event Space. How Deferrari+Modesti designed Targetti’s headquarters to do it all

Florence – Marking 90 years for the Florence-based lighting company, the new spatial direction is all about interaction and a dynamic atmosphere.

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Why designers took inspiration from the movie Her for this Beijing office space

Beijing – Creating a workspace for the furniture-design brand Fnji, designer Xiaoxi Xiong and a team of collaborators aimed to ‘build up the connection between the space and the …

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WGNB adds to its retail portfolio with another shop for a premier residential complex in Seoul

Seoul – Chapter One is yet another impressive store located at Nine One Hannam, one of South Korea’s most luxurious living complexes.

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David Rockwell on helping restaurants recover from COVID-19

New York City – The New York-based architect explains how the hospitality industry can use design to become more resilient. 

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Noisy workspace getting you (or your employees) down? Here are nine acoustic solutions

These noise-reducing products boost acoustic comfort in the workspace – no matter where that is.

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COVID-19 has taught us we need more public spaces. Just prior, Hawkins\Brown completed a London hub

London – Newly reopened, developing The Plumstead Centre was the firm’s opportunity to turn an ‘underused community asset’ into a comprehensive cultural, leisure and library …

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The Japanese-inspired staircase of this Barcelona home was essential to its renovation. Here’s why

Barcelona – Mas-aqui turned a two-storey semi-basement house in a 1924 building near Park Güell into a unique modern residence, joining its sections with a sculptural central …

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