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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 …
Vancouver – Further example of the changing face of clinical spaces, Fig – advertised as the world’s first clean skincare bar – was designed by Scott & Scott Architects.
Amsterdam – Fokkema & Partners Architecten created a tailored office – one that doesn’t look or feel like a workspace – for Edge Technologies’ new home base in the Dutch …
Guangzhou – Meow Restaurant, a new cat café in Guangzhou, was designed by E Studio with attention to human and feline welfare.
Toulon – Victoria Ayayi and Gabriel Vuillemin, the winners of our Eyes on Talents x St-W mention at this Design Parade Toulon, know how much effort it takes to do nothing.
Copenhagen – In Denmark, Briq turned the recent redesign of the Muuto headquarters into an example of what thoughtful workspace design can do to retain employees.
Shenzhen – A new clubhouse in Shenzhen includes a networking café, a yoga room and a spinning room – but also a throwback pool and a piano room. Why?
Beijing – In aesthetics and menu, Green Option Food Court designed by Ramoprimo caters to wellness-savvy diners in pursuit of a relaxing experience.
Amsterdam – Studio Lonk presented an intriguing co-working space for senior citizens, meant for the generation currently four decades too young to use it.
Asunción – How can designers promote fundamental dignity in the workspace? The Earthbox project by Equipo de Arquitectura has a St-W-award-winning answer.
Paris – For their first store in Saint-Germain, cosmetic company EN had Archiee design a space referencing French and Japanese beverage culture.
Copenhagen – From a more affordable version of the soundproof booth to textile paneling, here are three tweaks that open-plan workspaces can borrow.
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