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Five interiors show the direction of hair salons as the spatial expression of the luxury end of the service economy.
BANGKOK – Rising consumer demand for health-focused services means that the design infrastructure must adapt accordingly, as demonstrated by Space Popular for Infinity Spa.
AMSTERDAM – Parenthesis ( ) by Zu Studio is a unique rethinking of the body’s everyday positions. Discover this and other innovative designs at Frame Lab on 21 -22 February.
AMSTERDAM – One of the international industry leaders speaking at Frame Lab, Jos Stuyfzand addresses a key theme of improving wellbeing through design.
MILAN – Supporting a total lifestyle through nutrition and exercise, Storage Associati’s restoration of Dsquared2’s headquarters includes a restaurant, gym and spa.
Seoul – Vonsung combines spa-like aesthetics with a multifunctional workout facility in Pilates the Balance to encourage health and wellbeing.
DAEGU – Get those smartphones up on drones for the newest Instagram-friendly architecture.
BEIJING – The delicate white-lace walls by Archstudio make getting a manicure at Lily Nails Salon feel like being inside a manicure.
OLDHAM, England – Built like a treehouse, constructed with cross-laminated hardwood, Maggie’s Oldham offers a community space that’s open-concept in more ways than one.
SHANGHAI – Physical fitness centre uses sharp angles and colour and material contrasts to demarcate areas according to activity.
SHANGHAI – Merging the best of online and offline retail experiences in Runner Camp, Tomohiro Katsuki of Prism Design explains the latest retail concept in China.
TRENDS – In our July/August issue we discuss how more and more industries – including hospitality – are tapping into the wellness sector.
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