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Brighton-based Oliver Heath explains the link between biophilic design and workplace wellness.
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.
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