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Sustainable meal kits that come with an incentive system by PriestmanGoode

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In the past months, we couldn’t dine out or have dinner parties, and food consumption was very much reduced to in-house cooking, with one exception - meal kits.       Zero, designed by PriestmanGoode will be presented at the 2021 Salone del Mobile in collaboration with For Wallpaper* Re-Made.  The concept encourages consumers to use and return bioplastic containers to takeaway restaurants. The containers …

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Cornucopia: a tactile, fun, and striking vase collection

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After many months of virtual collection overload, it is wonderful to see new design objects; or more specifically, a tactile, fun, and striking vase collection that is actually photographed on a real set such as at La Glace, the oldest patisserie in Copenhagen. Two Danish design studios have teamed up to offer their skills in one pr¡oject. Design duo Röd Studio specializes …

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Eclectic Cabin Aesthetics In Downtown Manhattan

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In our Space of Mind article, we described how much cabin aesthetics were rising to find peace and a warm surrounding. This woodwork apartment was a raw white canvas when textile designer Emily Adams Bode and Aaron Aujla first moved in with no walls, designated rooms, or electrical installations. The idea of making it look lived and full of history …

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Satori Harbour | A library in the spirit of contemplation

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Chinese e-commerce company Vipshop has included in its headquarters a library turned into a sanctuary that embodies the spirit of contemplation. Satori Harbour represents an abstract harbor city where employees can wander through literature and experience satori - a state of transcendental being in the practice of Taoism, as the morning light shining across the entire earth. Architecture firm Wutopia lab, located in Shanghai, …

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Humanizing Public Design in Foster& Partners Hospital Project In Cairo

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Our home is our safe harbor, and we do not want to compromise on that feeling when stepping outdoors. Public spaces such as hospitals, airports, education facilities, or convention centers will undergo a long-due makeover offering a homely, more meaningful, and less anonymous layout. Humanizing public design needs to be on private and public agendas, and a thoughtful example of …

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Hybrid living: A room within a room

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We see our home as our temple of comfort and safe harbor. But also, our dwelling has turned into a hybrid living space blending personal life and work. The idea of coming home to disconnect after work is shifting.  Consequently, the idea of an open floor plan living, popular in recent years, closes again in need of privacy. The idea of a room …

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