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Last 48 Hours Of Current Trend Reports

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New trend investigations are coming up. Current trend reports are leaving.As announced in our newsletter Wednesday Journal a few weeks back, we are about to upload a new generation of trend reports.  They come in a different layout, and we have this time an umbrella collection with three topics belonging to the Macro Trends of Health & Wellbeing, Nature & …

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Ceramicist of the month: Alice Walton

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Hong Kong-based Ting-Ying Gallery brings a dynamic and highly influential mission to the world of contemporary craft by stimulating ongoing dialogues between East and West, tradition and innovation, function and aesthetics. For a recent show collaboration, British ceramic artist Alice Walton contributed with her hypnotizing porcelain labyrinths. According to the gallery, despite featuring intensely textured surfaces and complex colors, Walton’s work is also …

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It’s Trending: How To Rock (Ebook)

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We are back with another article of our It's Trending series: How To Rock is one of the themes you might want to consider as part of upcoming design aesthetics within Lifestyle Trends 2021/22. Rocks are entering the design scene. There are two reasons why we see an incremented activity and expression:   1// LONGING FOR STABLE VALUES In times of crisis, we seek stability and …

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Domed Buildings As A Driver For Community Power

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200 colored domed buildings constructions contain holiday homes and facilities on the island of Hormuz overlooking the Persian Gulf. Iranian practice ZAV Architects wanted to encourage tourists to visit the forgotten island and help increase the local GDO (gross domestic product) while being an alternative to standard high-rise holiday apartments. We are used to seeing high-rise hotel structures on shores; these …

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Home Of The Future: Self-Sufficient City Model

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Architect Vicente Guallart has won the international competition promoted in the new area of Xiong'an, near Beijing, with a project that defines a new standard for residential buildings and a self-sufficient city model in the post-Covid-19 era. The good news is, it can be applied worldwide. "We can no longer continue designing cities and buildings as if nothing had happened. In …

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What would be the perfect self-service store for online consumers?

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Posti, Finland’s leading postal and logistics company, asked what would be the perfect self-service store be like for online-shopping customers. And how could a row of parcel lockers look appealing and focus on human-centered design? Also, which is the retail future? I have learned a great deal during the past months about how brands miss opportunities and offer a service that only …

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