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Hannover – Products and brand spaces at this year's edition of the German flooring fair emphasized wellness, health and sustainability.
The beauty market’s exponential growth has seen it dramatically expand its customers base, and with it the need for new types of spaces that speak to an increasingly diverse audience.
Amsterdam – Baranowitz + Kronenberg repurpose former 20th century Dutch landmarks - a concrete bank and a telephone service building - into the W Hotel's Away Spa in Amsterdam.
New Jersey – Brent Capron and Joan Blumenfeld of Perkins+Will explain how social spaces can form part of an integrated approach to workplace wellness.
Hannover – This January, Domotex 2020's theme Atmysphere will focus on products that address wellness and wellbeing, including inventive outdoor products.
Brussels – Fosbury & Sons’ third location Albert ‘offers the flexibility and stability businesses need’ to provide users with wellness-driven workspaces.
Lermoos, Austria – Tyrol hotel Mohr Life Resort gives itself a new edge with a nature-lover’s dream spa and outdoor area designed by Noa.
Hannover – Domotex 2020's theme this year is Atmysphere, which invites exhibitors to present organic and sustainable flooring products that promote not just wellness, but wellbeing.
Beijing – For M-Fit, Ramoprimo designed a two-storey space that allows exercisers to creatively choose their own circuits.
New York City – Cactus develops a modular, reproducible presence for NYC cosmetic dermatology clinic Ever/Body by letting the architecture inform the branding.
Ruili, China – Beauty and wellness spaces don’t need to be neutral to be calming, illustrates Parallect Design with Beauty Club on the National Border.
Denver – Experiential design studio Cactus developed an interactive lighting system for two Rise Nation locations, giving way to a nightclub-like atmosphere for high intensity …
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