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In our Frame 130 issue, Axis Mundi examines the impact a more holistic attitude to health will leave on these spaces.
Technically advanced product options from Caimi Brevetti, Cleaf, Fiandre and more offer one means of boosting hygiene and safety.
Corradi’s self-sufficient structure Imago allows users to introduce wellness spaces, kitchens and bedrooms to their outdoor environments.
Beijing – Studio Jun Murata designed a minimal, all-white meditation tunnel with views to the outdoors, nestled within the Beijing Songzhuan art colony.
Danyang, China – For Jiyu Spa, Shanghai Hip-Pop Design Team took an abstract yet fully sensorial – and award-winning – approach to the meditation and spa experience.
Why brands need to create workspaces that improve, rather than simply protect, employee health.
COVID-19 heightens our attention to the need for spaces designed with wellness in mind. We gathered eight products that can help in creating them.
Beijing – The jury called Exhibition of Frozen by Waterfrom Design a ‘great combination of architecture and design’, traditional and contemporary.
Reykjavik – To design a flagship for the Icelandic biotech skincare brand Bioeffect, Basalt Architects looked to organic origin of its offerings.
The current emphasis on at-home exercise is transforming not just how keep fit, but also how (and where) we take part in competitive sport.
Bangkok – Thai designers combine digital modelling with traditional construction techniques to produce a curving interior for Vikasa.
London – Third Space Islington, devised by Universal Design Studio, is the first of the company’s clubs to offer a dedicated area for children.
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